4 Hip Hawker Stalls In Singapore That Are WORTH The Extra Calories
You'll want to save space for these mouth-watering foodie finds
09 October 2018
These modern hawker stalls are worth the queue.
Plum & Rice
The rice at this
hawker stall has a rosy pink hue, as it’s cooked with pureed umeboshi, or Japanese preserved plums. Each set (from $4) comes with braised pork belly or pork shoulder and free-flow soup.
Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap
After 34 years, this
Singapore hawker stall‘s second-generation owner has jazzed up the menu with braised duck bento Japanese lunch box ($6), served on a lacquered platter with a cup of hot soup.
The Burning Oak
hawker stall’s big draws: The Combo ($16) rice bowl with an onsen (soft-cooked) egg, slices of wagyu rump cap and Iberico pork cheek; and at night, Angus short rib skewers ($6).
Fish & Chicks
hawker stall’s Best Of Both Worlds set ($13.80) features two pieces of battered fish: one slathered in salted egg sauce; the other with a sweet-spicy gravy.
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