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Kebun Baru Food Centre

Top 10 Best Eats at Kebun Baru Food Centre

Kebun Baru, which was at the first block to be developed in Ang Mo Kio, is the first location in town. The residential blocks in this town from R213 to R216 were completed that were initialized at the end of 1975. This is the area s initial market and hawker center (R226), opened up in 1976. Here’s a tip, most of the stalls are only opened for breakfast and lunch, so be sure to go there early! Here’s our suggested top 10 stalls to try if you are in the vicinity.

 Kebun Baru Food Centre

#1 – Seletar Sheng Mian and Mian Fen Guo

Introduction: There are two Seletar Sheng Mian. Mian Fen Guo in Singapore. The elder brother runs the one in Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Food Centre. The other by the younger brother is at Kebun Bahru Food Centre. The bowl of Sheng Mian Soup ($3.50) comes with egg, ikan bilis, fried shallots, vegetable, prawn, minced pork and lean pork. Having tried the elder’s brother cooking, I thought the noodle had a lesser alkaline taste, and the soup was not as rich.

Menu Items:

  • Sheng Mian ($3)
  • Dry Mee Hoon Kueh ($3)
  • Mee Hoon Kueh Soup ($3)
  • Handmade Noodle (Soup) ($3)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-07, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Sat – Thurs 6am – 2.30pm (Fri off)

Website: Website Link Here

#2 – Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup & Laksa

Introduction: This dish contains the typical suspects: thick bean noodle soup and beef pieces, covered in a savory, gloopy sauce. I drove beef broth and lime into the noodles, which made for a delicious mash-up. Though the bowl was overflowing with the dark viscous sauce, the tartness of the lime cut through the savoury flavour and blended the whole dish together.

Menu Items:

  • Beef Noodle Dry/Soup ($5//$6/$7++)
  • Mixed Beef Soup ($5/$6/$7++)
  • Fresh Cockles Laksa ($4/$5++)
  • Miixed Beef Laksa ($6/$7++)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-16, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Tues – Sun 7.30am – 3.30pm (Mon off)

Website: Website Link Here

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#3 – Teck Kee Cooked Food

Introduction: Only three items are on the menu: pork noodles dry, pork noodle soup, and pork porridge. The waiting time is also quite long as it occupied about 20 minutes to get us the food. The Pork Porridge and Pork Liver is one bowl that really taste very homecooked, very little MSG and lots of fresh ingredients. The stock used is flavorsome but without overly so, and the key here is the extremely gorgeous pork livers!

Menu Items:

  • Pork Noodles Dry ($4)
  • Pork Noodle Soup ($4)
  • Pork Porridge ($4)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-23, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Fri – Wed 6am – 1pm (Thurs off)

Website: Website Link Here


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#4 – Huang Fu Duck Rice

Introduction: Even though they had stopped serving their Kway chap, their braised duck itself was worth a visit. Their braised sauce was rather savory and totally penetrated the duck meat. The part I loved about their duck was that it wasn’t too fatty and the spiced used didn’t overpowered the duck natural flavor. I wanted to try their duck congee but it was sold out so I had settled with Kway teow soup. The soup was lacking in taste so I added the braised sauce. (Peter Wong from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Duck Rice ($3)
  • Duck Noodles ($3)
  • Duck Porridge ($3)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-20, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Mon to Sat 7am-2pm

Website: Website Link Here

#5 – Huang Jin You Tiao

Introduction: If you want to eat you tiao from this stall, the best time is during weekday because the queue is simply too long and confusing during the weekends. All the you tiao, ham chi peng and butterfly is handmade by the owner every day. They uses clean oil so the fried you tiao appears really golden brown and crispy. They also sell homemade soya milk and beancurd. 2 types of sugar option: you can choose to add the normal sugar water or the brown sugar water. You Tiao / Ham Chi Peng / Butterfly $0.70, Soya Milk / Beancurd $0.60 or $0.80.

Menu Items:

  • You Tiao ($0.70)
  • Ham Chi Peng ($0.70)
  • Butterfly ($0.70)
  • Soya Milk / Beancurd ($0.60 or $0.80)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-18, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Tues to Sun 7am-2pm (Mon off)

Website: Website Link Here


#6 – Pin’s Kitchen

Introduction: Head to Pin Kitchen for that zi char meal that you and all your friends have been longing to have. Their signature Curry Fish Head (seasonal investment) is a vast pot of fiery gravy that struggles to contain the ingredients swimming vigorously inside. A whole fish head comes with onions, eggplant, long beans and fried tau kee in this appetizing meal.

Menu Items:

  • Curry Fish Head
  • Cereal Prawn
  • Herbal Chicken

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-26, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Wed to Mon 11:30am-10pm (Tues off)

Website: Website Link Here

#7 – Chye Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice

Introduction: Tender, succulent, and flavorful are the three essential things they look for when they find themselves hankering for chicken rice. Of course, there is more to this dish than simply chicken, but what they look for most is whether the chicken strikes them right off the bat. Over at Chye Kee Goldhill Roasted Chicken Rice, the display counter comprises rows and rows of gorgeously roasted chicken, char siew, pork belly and duck. This is one meat lover’s heaven that often sees a long line leading outside even before lunchtime.

Menu Items:

  • Roasted Chicken Rice ($3.50)
  • Steamed Chicken Rice ($3.50)
  • Char Siew Rice ($3.50)
  • Roasted Meat Rice ($3.50)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-10, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Tue to Sun 8am-7pm (Mon off)

Website: Website Link Here

#8 – Guangdong Claypot Rice

Introduction: While rice been cooked in the Claypot, the heat forced the fatty Chinese bacon to drip its fat onto the rice. The ribs were soft and well season. Pretty good place for comfort food. Do give their stewed soup a try. (Peter Wong from Burple)

Menu Items:

  • Claypot Sausages Bacon Chicken Rice ($5.30)
  • Claypot Sausages Bacon Rice ($5.30)
  • Claypot Pork Ribs Rice ($4.30)
  • Claypot Chicken Rice ($4.30)

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-29, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: Thu to Tue 12pm – 7:30pm (Wed off)

Website: Website Link Here

#9 – Rulai Vegetarian Food

Introduction: Must try- crispy buttered frog legs, sizzling hot plate tofu with eggs and chilli! Consistent standards and amazing choices! Serves economic rice in the afternoon.

Pros: Vegan options available. Value for money , Many seating places at night. Serves fast!, Nearby to vegan ice cream place!

Cons: Limited parking space, Only white rice available, Expensive drinks from coffee shop (Colin Chew from Happy Cow)

Menu Items:

  • Buttered Frog Legs
  • Slizzling Hot Plate Tofu with Eggs
  • Kway Teow

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-29, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: 9am-9pm (Fri & Mon closed)

Website: Website Link Here

#10 – Gao Yuan Dessert

Introduction: From the food stalls at any hawker centre, one stall sells good ol treats like ice kachang and red bean soup, and Gao Yuan Dessert is Kebun Baru Market & Food Centre s. Food prices are kept low here, and you can snag Ice Kachang for $1.50! In addition to desserts, you can also grab a drink like Sour Plum Drink, Ice Lemon Tea , and Soursop Drink from here.

Menu Items:

  • Ice Kachang
  • Red Bean Soup
  • Sour Plum Drink
  • Ice Lemon Tea
  • Soursop Drink

Location: 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-14, Singapore 568226

Opening Hour: 11:30am-8:30pm (Daily)

Website: Website Link Here


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