Food gems in Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre
Ask me for the most famous food stalls in Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre and the first few names that come to mind include the famed Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle and Garden Street Kway Chap. However, if you’re a Serangoon-er like me who tried every stall there, you will know that the food centre offers way more than those names.
Here are 15 food stalls at Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre that are lesser-known but serve food that will not lose out to the big names!
1. Hokee Wo Lai Ye
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Hokkee Wo Lai Ye is one of the latest additions to Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre, but definitely not a new name in the hawker trade. Started in 1970 by Madam Sau, the stall was popular for offering generous portions of rice and free soup to workers who were struggling to pay for meals.
Today, the stall is run by Madam Sau’s son and they continue to serve their affordable Soy Sauce Chicken Rice ($3). If you are hooked on their tender and well-marinated Soy Sauce Chicken, you can order the whole chicken at $14 or half of it at $7. Like the old days, you can also help yourself to their free-flow soup that is filled with chicken feet, black fungus, and white cabbage.
Stall number: 1
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 8:30pm
2. Bossi Ban Mian
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If you are looking for a satisfying bowl of hot soup, you will be spoilt for choice at this food centre. But for one that tops the rest in its shiok factor, it’ll be Bossi Ban Mian. Priced