20 Stalls to Eat From at Ayer Rajah Food Centre

Built in 1979, Ayer Rajah Food Centre has been serving residents around the West Coast area and students from the nearby NUS. It recently underwent extensive renovations, reopening in August 2022. The popular food haunt is known to have extensive Halal offerings including some of the top Indian-Muslim food joints in Singapore! From Indian Rojak to Mee Goreng, BBQ Seafood and Kambing Soup, here are the best eats to check out at Ayer Rajah Food Centre.

#1 Power Rojak Bandung

Power Rojak Bandung puts its own spin on the traditional Chinese-style rojak. Unlike the usual fruits, youtiao and tau pok-laden fare, the rojak at this family-run store includes cuttlefish, kangkong, beehoon. Kind of like satay beehoon, just with a rich, sweet chilli sauce and crushed peanuts. Great for days when you’re feeling like you want something more filling!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-63, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 10 am–10 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#2 Hong Kong Yummy Soup

For comforting and nutritious bowls of Cantonese soups, join the queue at Hong Kong Yummy Soup. Every bowl of soup is cooked from scratch, and then slowly boiled to extract maximum nutrition and flavour. Take your pick from options such as Spareribs Soup with Lotus Root, Peanut Chicken Feet Soup, Spareribs Soup with Mushrooms, and the Cordyceps Flowers Soup with Chicken that is strong, herby, and nourishing. Popular picks always sell out early so try to get here before the crowd!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-06, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11 am–7:30 pm Mon, Wed & Fri. Closed Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun

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#3 Allauddin’s Briyani

For some halal Southern Indian-style briyani, head over to Allauddin’s Briyani. Their signature Nasi Briyani is made with fluffy, long-grained high-quality basmati rice. Take your pick from Mutton, Chicken or Fish Biryani with egg and papadum or without, and you can also choose top up with Chicken Sambal, Fried Chicken, Fried Fish and more!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-29, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm daily

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#4 Banana Leaf Nasi Lemak & Economical Bee Hoon

While Banana Leaf Nasi Lemak & Economical Bee Hoon isn’t Michelin standard, it is homely and comforting, drawing a queue in the morning with their typical Singaporean breakfast fare. Their nasi lemak is fragrant, fluffy and coconutty. And a special shoutout goes to their chicken wings which are so good, you’ll often find people there just for it!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-38, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#5 Zoul’s Corner

Find some of the most appetizing Ayam Penyet at Zoul’s Corner! The stall initially began as a humble Nasi Padang business that was run by the owner’s mother for over 30 years. Finding that a Nasi Padang stall was a tricky business to run, Mr Azhar Zoul focused on cutting it down to niche items that will represent Zoul’s Corner, and that’s how their speciality Nasi Ayam Penyet and spicy sambal came about. Apart from Ayam Penyet, they also have Nasi Goreng Kampung, Nasi Goreng Seafood and many more

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-25, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#6 Mr Dum Biriyani

Mr Dum Biriyani at Ayer Rajah Food Centre is another popular stall for a biryani fix. They have three types of dum biryani available on the menu: Mutton, Chicken, and Mix Combo, the latter of which feeds four with a combination of both chicken and mutton. The use of spice here is generous, and the rice is wonderfully fragrant and aromatic.

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-78, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11 am–3 pm Tues to Fri. Closed Sat to Mon

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#7 Adam A Rojak

Another popular rojak stall within Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Adam A Rojak boasts of a 4.9-star rating on Google! They have a good variety of ingredients here, from eggs to hotdogs, tempeh and fish fillets. Apart from the yummy Indian rojak, many also come back again for the hospitable and friendly service from the staff here!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-79, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 9 am–10 pm Mon, 10 am–10:30 pm Tues, 6:30 am–10:30 pm Wed to Sun

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#8 Adam Chicken

A hidden gem at Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Adam Chicken is one of the more popular Muslim stalls at the hawker centre, drawing long lines during lunch hour. Serving two main dishes – Roasted Chicken Rice and Ayam Penyet, you can pair your chicken with Nasi Goreng instead of the usual rice served! Their Ayam Penyet is a must-try. Fried to crispy perfection, it is sinful yet delightfully indulgent.

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-28, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 9 am–5 pm Mon, Wed to Fri. 9 am–3 pm Sat & Sun. Closed on Tues

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#9 Satay Power 6

There’s nothing better than some tender and juicy satay, and with a slogan that goes “better than the best, better than the rest”, you know you’re in for a treat. You might know the brand as Stall 6 at the iconic Lau Pa Sat Satay Street, but they also have an offshoot at Ayer Rajah Food Centre. You’ll find the same selection of freshly grilled satay here, from chicken to mutton, beef, prawns and even duck.

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-23, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11 am–7:30 pm Mon, Wed & Fri. Closed Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun

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  1. This satay isnt from Lau Pa Sat no.6. Lot of people confuse. This is actually from Stall 65, Taman Selera West Coast. There are 3 satay stall at Ayer Rajah Foos Centre. Stall 65;doesn’t sell satay Mee Rebus. It seems that whenever there’s in satay,admin. will post on satay from Stall 65. It’s not fair and customers get confused.
    Thank you.

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#10 Putri Hana

Putri Hana is a halal chicken rice stall with many variations to the dish, with different chicken or sambal. Try their Ayam Geprek Sambal Terasi, an Indonesian crispy battered fried chicken crushed and mixed with hot and spicy sambal made with shrimp paste. The rice is very flavourful with the crispy boneless chicken thigh, and it will be a plate of chicken rice you want to have again. Not feeling chicken rice? You can give their Nasi Goreng Kampong a try!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-69, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11 am–7:30 pm Mon, Wed & Fri. Closed Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun

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#11 Joo Chiat Prawn Mee

Joo Chiat Prawn Mee has a long history and is part of the Lee family prawn mee empire, sharing ancestry with other big names such as Blanco Court Prawn Mee, Beach Road Prawn Mee, Blanco Prawn Noodle House, and Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee. After a five-year hiatus, the stall has reopened, this time in Ayer Rajah Food Centre where it continues to serve hearty bowls of Prawn Noodles with its signature chilli powder. The broth here is rich, sweet and umami-laden, while the dry version is cooked with shallot oil and tossed in a savoury sauce. The prawns are fresh and sweet, with the head still attached so you can suck out their juicy goodness!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-04, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 7:30 am–2 pm Wed to Mon. Closed on Tues

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#12 West Coast BBQ Seafood

Another good bet to get your BBQ seafood fix is the halal-certified West Coast BBQ Seafood. From Sambal Stingray to Cereal Prawns, Gong Gong and Hotplate Tofu, the extensive menu will leave you more than satisfied. Their Sambal Stingray comes highly lauded with the fresh fish that peels away easily, served with an aromatic sambal.

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-24, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm daily

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#13 Firdaus Prata & Briyani House

Another stall that has earned itself a loyal following is Firdaus Prata & Briyani House. You will find lots of people queueing for their Briyani during lunchtime, and the sheer size of this dish explains it all. A heaping of yellow long-grain rice is doused in curry gravy, alongside a sizeable chicken thigh to accompany you to the very last grain of rice. The dish also comes with a hard-boiled egg, achar, and a small bowl of gravy – a balanced plate of deliciousness that will satisfy even the biggest appetite!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-50, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 9 am–9 pm Mon to Fri, 8 am–10:30 pm Sat, 9 am–11 pm Sun

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#14 A Rashid Khan Kambing Soup

On a rainy day there’s nothing better than a piping hot bowl of kambing soup, and not many does it as well as A Rashid Khan. Inside this spicy broth are chunks of mutton, garnished with coriander and leek. The soup also comes with sliced french loaf so your tummy will surely be satisfied! If you are feeling adventurous, try the mutton soup with brains – it’s even been mentioned in the Michelin Guide! They also serve Indian-style mee siam, which is a rare dish today, once enjoyed in the olden days of Singapore.

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-58, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 8 am–11 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#15 Habib’s Rojak

The other famous Indian rojak stall at Ayer Rajah Food Centre is Habib’s Rojak. They also pride themselves on having three different types of prawn fritters, and other great items to try include the fish fillet, coconut fritter, and the potato. Everything is handmade fresh daily, and the sauce is made less spicy but it goes well with all the items!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-68, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–9:30 pm daily

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#16 Ah Hua Teochew Fish Ball Noodle

Not to be confused with Ah Hua Eating House at Pandan Gardens, Ah Hua Teochew Fish Ball Noodle has a very extensive menu and has been serving up delicious bowls of noodles for over 10 years. Their generous serving and affordable prices provide incredible value for money. You won’t go wrong with the Teochew Fishball Noodles with handmade fishballs, minced meat, meatballs, fish dumplings and fishcake slices. Go easy with the sambal chilli as it’s pretty spicy!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-43, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 8 am–3 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#17 N M Abdul Rahim Mee Goreng

Another long-time favourite at Ayer Rajah Food Centre is N M Abdul Rahim Mee Goreng! For over 35 years, they’ve been serving up plate after plate of their beloved mee goreng. Even though it is cooked only with simple ingredients such as peas, eggs, and cucumbers, the plate of bright red noodles is packed with flavour and a deliciously charred smoky wok hei. Customers also rave about their secret sambal recipe, which adds a depth of spicy savouriness!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-60, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–12 am daily

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#18 Uncle Noodle

Previously known as Jurong Wanton Noodles, everything else has stayed the same about the Wanton Noodles at Uncle Noodle. They are served with a tasty secret sauce that makes their fans come back for more! The generous servings of flavourful dumplings, tender char siew and QQ noodles are another reason to get out of bed early for a taste. Another recommended dish is the Chicken Feet Noodles, which are lauded as a great portion of comfort food!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-04, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 5:30 am–2:30 pm daily

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#19 Abdhus Salam Rojak

Now run by a Gen-Y hawker who’s taken over the reins from his father, Abdhus Salam Rojak is one of the famous Indian rojak stalls at Ayer Rajah Food Centre. The amount of ingredients on selection may be a bit overwhelming, but you can’t go wrong with options such as the prawn fritter, coconut fritter, beef lung, and the lentil fritters. The rojak here is fried to a crisp and paired with a sauce that is spicier than some of the other rojak sauce here, so fans who love some heat and spice will surely enjoy this!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-73, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 11 am–10 pm daily

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#20 Tokyo BBQ Stingray

Not related to the Japanese capital at all, the BBQ Stingray here is touted to be one of the best in Singapore. It is thicker than usual, but no less juicy or flavourful, peeling nicely from the cartilage. The sides are nicely charred and the flesh has a generous coating of the sambal paste adding a fiery kick to each mouthful. Together with the chinchalok and chilli achar, the stingray delivers a zesty aftertaste too. Simply perfect with some white rice. Other dishes you can try are their Oyster Omelette and White Lala!

Address: 503 W Coast Dr, #01-07, Singapore 120503
Opening Hours: 6–11:30 pm daily

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