Found at 85 Bedok North Street 4, Bedok Food Centre and Market (or Fengshan Food Centre and Market) is affectionately known as Bedok 85. When asked where to find the tastiest Bak Chor Mee, many Singaporeans — no matter where they live — will point to this beloved neighbourhood haunt. With most stalls only opening in the evening, Bedok 85 is a perennially popular supper spot for catching up with your long-lost friends after a day of hard work.
Another hidden gem at Bedok 85 is Bedok 511 BBQ Chicken Wing! This stall offers not just crispy Chicken Wings ($1.50 each) roasted in a sweet dark sauce, but also tender Satay ($0.80 each) sticks, with a choice of Chicken, Pork, or Mutton, perfect for enjoying with your closest family and friends! They also sell Ketupat ($0.80 each), a filling Javanese rice cake to eat together alongside the satays! Although this stall barbeques their food on the spot, that also means you will have to wait around 10 - 15 minutes for your BBQ yummies! They are open daily from 4 PM till 12 AM!
As its name suggest, Chong Pang Huat Chicken Wing hail from the legendary Chong Pang Food Market and has set up shop at Bedok 85. Customers (or even some non-customers) who have patronized this stall can see its roaring BBQ spit in full view while queueing, emanating a heavenly charred smell that will leave you salivating for some Chicken Wings ($1.30 each), Satays ($0.60 each), with a choice of tender chicken, pork, or mutton! They also sell Ketupat ($0.60), and a whole BBQ Spring Chicken ($9) to share with your loved ones!
With almost 60 stores islandwide, Delisnacks is a chain bakery store that sells delicious and affordable classic Chinese dough fritters. From everyone’s favourite You Tiao, sweet Butterfly Bun, yummy Red Bean Buns, Peanut Sesame Balls, Carrot Cakes, and many more, there’s a fritter for everyone! Open from 5 AM to 1 PM, Delisnacks is the perfect stall for early birds to catch a delicious fried and crispy breakfast before starting their day!
Another competitor in the Hokkien Prawn Noodles stage at Bedok 85 is Gu Zao Wei Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee. Selling their delicious, smooth, and savoury dish, Gu Zao Wei only offers one item on their menu - and that is Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles! With varying sizes of different prices ($4/$6/$8/$10), the delicious plate of Hokkien Noodles can be enjoyed by yourself, or with loved ones easily without burning a hole in your wallet!
Another contestant at Bedok 85’s Bak Chor Mee stage, Seng Hiang’s Bak Chor Mee Soup ($2.50/$3) is served in an aromatic pork broth made from pork bones, pork lard, marinated minced meat, garlic oil, and a generous amount of fried garlic. They also offer Dry Bak Chor Mee ($3.50), which is tossed in their handmade chilli paste and served with a bowl of meatball soup. However, watch out for the timings because Seng Hiang is only open from 3:30 PM till 12 AM, and is closed on Wednesdays!
One of the most popular stores at Bedok 85 that keep customers rushing back is Chomp Chomp BBQ. As its name suggests, this stall, which originates from Chomp Chomp Food Centre at Serangoon, serves delicious and fiery classic BBQ dishes for those who love the smokey melt-in-your-mouth seafood like their signature Hotplate BBQ Stingray ($12/$15/$20), delicious Oyster Omelette ($8/$10) and scrumptious Gong Gongs ($12/$15/$20)! Deeply marinated with hot sambal and other seasonings, this dish will keep you and your loved ones coming back for more. However, do take note that this is a hugely popular stall, and you will probably have to wait at least 20 minutes or more during peak hours! They are open from 5 PM till 12:30 AM daily!
Occupying two stalls, Bedok 85 North Fried Oyster is one of the busiest stalls at Fengshan Food Centre. They begin their business day at 4 PM and close at 2 AM daily, which makes it popular among night owls and supper-goers. Their “Orh Luak” ($5, $8) is served with plump, juicy oysters and fried eggs. They also dish up savoury White and Black Carrot Cakes ($2.50/$3), Fresh Cockles Kway Teow ($3/$4), and Fried Hokkien Mee ($3.50/$4/$5).
Known for their springy Wanton Noodles, Swatow Wanton Noodle offers a range of classical Singaporean Chinese noodle dishes. Their signature Wanton Noodles ($3.50/$4.50/$5.50) can be taken either dry or with soup, the former of which is bathed in a smooth black sauce, and the latter of which is soaked in a refreshing soup broth. They also serve Dumpling Noodles and Mushroom Chicken Feet Noodles at the same prices and servings sizes as their Wanton Noodles. And who can forget their wildly popular Laksa ($4/$5) too! However, please beware of the long queues during peak hours!
Sin Bedok North BBQ Chicken Wings boasts the perfect menu for your greasy midnight cravings: Other than their signature BBQ Chicken Wings ($1.40 each, with a minimum order of 2 pieces), they also serve Fish Meat Otah ($0.60), Pandang Otah ($1.10), and Nasi Lemak ($1.30). Their chicken wings are well-marinated and have a gorgeously charred finish, accompanied by a hint of smokiness. With its popularity, do make sure to make your visit during non-peak hours to avoid the long waiting time! They are open from 3 PM to 12 AM daily – except Mondays.
From humble beginnings dating back to more than 70 years ago, 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup serve glutinous rice balls in various flavours swimming in the soup of your choice. With flavours such as Peanut, Sesame, Red Bean, Yam Paste or Green Tea, you will also have a choice of Peanut, Ginger, or Almond Milk Soup! Their prices go at $2.20 for 3 pieces, $2.40 for 4 pieces, $2.80 for 5 pieces and $3.20 for 6 pieces - all of which come with complimentary soup! Due to its affordability and fame, this stall always has queues snaking - so prepare to queue for your bowl of Rice Balls! They are open from 11:30 AM daily and close at 10:30 PM (Sun – Thu)/11:30 PM (Fri-Sat).
Known for their signature Big Prawn Noodles ($5/$7/$9), the stall is known for its rich umami broth topped with fried shallots. They also serve Pork Ribs Prawn Noodles ($5/$7/$9), Abalone Prawn Noodles ($8/$10), and XL Big Prawn Noodles ($13.80). You can also choose to spice up your bowl with extra toppings like pork ribs, pig’s intestines, abalone, pig’s skin, and sliced pork, for an additional $1 to $3.
Serving traditional Oyster Cakes to a long-standing customer base since 1982, Fu Zhou Oyster Cake has mastered its craft with this classic dish. Their Oyster Cake is freshly fried when you order it, and the stall boasts a wide range of ingredients and tasty combinations that include the seafood special, salmon and pork, and scallop and pork. You can also opt for an extra crunch by adding peanuts and ikan bilis. They stand as one of the few remaining stalls in Singapore to serve Oyster Cakes, so do give them a try!
This unique vegetarian stall only serves one item, which is noodles that come with a standard selection of toppings. However, you do get to select your noodle preference, such as Mee Hoon or Mee. Priced at $2 and $2.50, their flavourful Bee Hoon has a strong sesame fragrance, accompanied by Fried Cabbage, Mock Duck, Mock Char Siew, and Beancurd Skin. This stall is a good option for those looking for an economic and healthier lunch – but watch out for their timings – as they are only opened from 4:30 AM to 1:30 PM, except for their off-day on Mondays.
Who can resist a good plate of Satays at a supper gathering? Li Yuan Satays grills their meat on the spot to ensure freshness, and they do it well — their Satays glisten with a golden finish, with bits of charred meat adding a light, smoky fragrance. They sell chicken, pork, and mutton Satays at $0.70 per stick, with a minimum order of ten sticks. Ketupak rice also costs $0.70 for each piece, which complements the Satay perfectly with peanut sauce! They are open from 4:30 PM till 2 AM daily – but are off on Mondays!
When you are at 85 Ngoh Hiang Hei Biar, you will find yourself spoilt for choice. With a huge range of various fried bite-sized snacks, this stall offers a traditional Hokkien and Teochew gastronomic experience for customers! Together with their signature Crispy Prawn Cracker ($2), they also serve Sotong You Tiao ($2), Beancurd ($1), Yam Rolls ($2), Taiwanese Sausage ($2), Ngoh Hiang Roll ($2), Century Egg ($1), Fishballs ($1.50), Fish Fillet ($1.50), and many more savoury and crispy delights!
Offering some of the best western food you can find at Bedok 85, 85 Western serves delicious western food that we promise will not break the bank. Their most popular dishes are the Chicken Chop, Pork Chop, and Fish & Chips - all of which go at $6.50 - come with crispy fries, refreshing coleslaw and hearty baked beans! They also offer a side of Popcorn Chicken ($5) and Fried Chicken Wings ($1.50), among others, to share with your family and friends.
If you’re craving a light and nostalgic breakfast to start your day, pop by Siang Siang Chwee Kueh for some delicious Chwee Kueh. Topped with savoury diced radish and chilli sauce, this classic dish is a delight to eat any day, any time. The stall is run by an elderly couple who hand make and serve a limited quantity each day, so make sure you drop by earlier to enjoy a fresh batch!
At Ming Ji Shu Shi, they only serve one dish, and they serve it extremely well! Their signature dish is… Drum roll… Fried Carrot Cake! Although they only serve one dish, it's technically two - that’s because they make both fluffy White and sweet caramelised Black Carrot Cake. And what’s more, is that their prices are very hard to beat - $2.50 for a small plate and $3 for a big one! This is also one of the reasons why this stall is so popular and is often sold out by noon. So be sure to head on down early to Ming Ji to avoid any disappointments!
A hidden but remarkable gem at 85 Bedok is Xiang Chun Gu Zhao Hao Jian! They serve your classic Hokkien dishes like mouthwatering Hokkien Prawn Noodles, crispy and scrummy Oyster Omelette, Fried Penang Kway Teow, and Fried Black Carrot Cake! They also serve refreshing Minced Meat & Meatball Noodles, with or without soup, and Wu Xiang Prawn Cracker!
Run by a middle-aged couple, Zao Chang Ban Mee & Fish Soup is often patronized by diners who are looking for an affordable fix for their fish or seafood cravings! Their signature dish is a refreshing bowl of Fish Soup ($4) - served with fresh fish slices, tomatoes, and vegetables. They also serve their fiery Tomyum Seafood Soup ($4), scrumptious Fried Fish Meat Bee Hoon ($4), yummy Fish Porridge ($4) and of course, Ban Mee ($3)!