A humble hawker centre in the middle of Eunos, you’ll be surprised at the wide variety of local delights available at Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre. From char kway teow to briyani, chwee kueh and traditional pancakes, here are 20 must-try stalls at Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre that will make the long trip to the East absolutely worth it!
Another popular stall at Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre, Fu Chun Laksa & Lor Mee only has two items on the menu. No prizes for guessing what they are! The Lor Mee here comes with a generous amount of ingredients such as chunky fried fish nuggets, pork balls and stewed pork belly. The lor is the soul of this dish and it is thick, gooey and well balanced. Add on as much or as little of the raw garlic, chilli, cilantro, vinegar and sambal for more layers of flavour!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-25, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–1 pm Wed & Sat. 6:30–11:45 am Thurs, Fri & Sun. Closed Mon & Tues
Helmed by an uncle who’s been dishing out char kway teow for over 30 years, Fen Xiang Fried Kway Teow is easily the most well-known stall in Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre. The plate of char kway teow is filled with plenty of ingredients: a mix of rice noodles and yellow noodles, lup cheong, fresh cockles, beansprouts, and vegetables. The dish leans towards the sweeter end but you also get a spicy kick. Made with vegetable oil and without any pork lard, the dish is not overly oily and simply a pleasure to wolf down.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-21, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 9 am–12 pm Tues to Sat. Closed Sun & Mon
The stars of the show at Chao Yang Fish Ball Noodle are their fishballs and her kiao (fish dumplings). Completely handmade and with a history of over 20 years, it’s no wonder why they draw in long queues and are often sold out by 10.30 am. Take your pick of mee kia, mee pok, kway teow, yellow noodles and bee hoon. Tossed in a fragrant, spicy and slightly vinegary sauce, the noodles also come with a side of fish soup that is light and sweet.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-24, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 5:30 am–12:30 pm Sat to Tues. Closed Wed to Fri
This is one of the last few chwee kueh stalls left in Singapore that makes everything by hand. The resulting chwee kueh is soft and tender, while the stewed chye poh is fragrant, crunchy, savoury and sweet without being overly salty. Don’t forget some of the sambal chilli to tie the dish all together!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-40, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 8 am–8 pm Thurs to Tues. Closed on Wed
Another stall with a straightforward name, nothing beats a good bowl of handmade noodles. If you’re craving a bowl of ban mian, make sure to try their signature Handmade Noodle in Chicken or Pork. Or, go for the unique Beef Brisket Ban Mian if you’re craving something out of the ordinary! The stall also sells Guo Tie which are the perfect sides to the noodles.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-12, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 9 am–8 pm Sun to Fri, 9 am–2 pm Sat
A Middle Eastern dish eaten primarily as breakfast, Kacang Pool is a bean stew made of fava beans. Spices like coriander seeds, fennel and cumin are added to it to give a nice warmth and depth of flavour, and the one at Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre also comes topped with raw green chillies, onions and a freshly fried egg. Served with two slices of bread to mop up all that yumminess, every bite is oh-so-satisfying.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-03, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 7 am–9.30 pm Thurs to Tues. Closed on Wed
Helmed by Mr Mohammad Nazir Kassim and his mother, Mami Midah Briyani is famous for their healthier version of the briyani dish. Having been featured on many social media platforms, they substitute ingredients that are high in sodium and saturated fats with healthier alternatives. There are only two items on the menu: Chicken Briyani and Mutton Briyani. The mutton and chicken are well marinated and cooked perfectly, the basmati rice is soft and fluffy, and the plate also comes with dalcha and achar. If you want a briyani that’s less oily but still big on flavour, make sure to try Mami Midah Briyani.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-17, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 11 am–4 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
San Chao literally translates to “three fry” because it only serves three types of fried dishes: Carrot Cake, Fried Kway Teow and Oyster Omelette. Can’t decide what to get, go for the Yuan Yang that has both white and black carrot cake fried to perfection. The Oyster Omelette is fried until crispy with some chewy starchy parts, while the oysters are fresh and comes serves in a piquant chilli sauce. Last but not least, the Fried Kway Teow includes the usual mix of rice noodles and yellow noodles, as well as lup cheong, beansprouts, cockles and fish cake fried with black sauce.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-11, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 8 am–8 pm Thurs to Tues. Closed on Wed
Hai Xian Zhi Jia has earned plenty of fans thanks to their Sliced Fish Soup. Each bowl of clear soup comes swimming with fish slices, tofu, cabbage, and bitter gourd slices. The soup is seasoned well and packed with umami flavours from the fish bones, bitter gourd and fried garlic. The fish slices are really fresh and has a good bite. And other than the usual Fried Fish Soup and Double Fish Soup, the stall also has a variety of seafood soups, such as Red Grouper Fish Head Soup, Fish Head Bee Hoon, La La Bee Hoon Soup and Scallop Soup.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-38, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 9 am–9:30 pm daily
If you love old school min jiang kueh, then dive straight for Eunos Traditional Pancake. Each min jiang kueh is soft and fluffy with a generous layer of filling within, and you can pick from flavours such as peanut, coconut, red beach and cheese. Apart from min jiang kueh, the stall also sells Crispy Peanut Roll if you'd like something lighter and crispier!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-13, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 6 am–12:30 pm daily
Epok Epok Central serves up nasi lemak in the morning, and at 3pm daily, their food shelves are replaced with freshly-fried epok epok. Everything is handmade, including the dough of the curry puffs that are made fresh at the stall daily. Take your pick from Sardine, Potato, and Potato With Egg. While they’re smaller than the usual curry puff, their taste is guaranteed with a flaky yet crispy crust and a generous amount of filling.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-09, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 7 am–7 pm Tues, Thurs & Fri. 7 am–4 pm Sat & Sun. Closed Mon & Wed
Anak Bupak is a Muslim-owned hawker stall that serves beef bak kut teh and char kway teow! Served piping hot in a claypot, the BKT soup is made with the typical bak kut teh ingredients such as dang gui, wolfberry and garlic. The soup doesn’t differ much from the Chinese version, with a strong herbal flavour yet not overwhelming with a subtle beefy flavour. The chunks of beef are tender and fall-off-the-bone, and the dish is simply perfect with a bowl of white rice. Not feeling BKT? That’s alright, because their menu boasts more than 20 dishes!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-16, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 10 am–7 pm daily
Kukus means “steamed”, and Nasi Lemak Kukus differs from the usual nasi lemak stalls as they steam their coconut rice instead of boiling them in coconut milk and water. Even though it is labour-intensive, some will say that this is the old-school and traditional way of making nasi lemak! Be sure to have a taste of its authentic Nasi Lemak Chicken Set, which comes with fluffy coconut rice, fried chicken, otak, egg, crispy ikan bilis and housemade sambal belacan.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-26, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–5 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
If you also think that there’s nothing more comforting than having a plate of classic chicken rice, then make a beeline for San Xi Hainanese Chicken Rice, which is he only chicken rice stall in Eunos Crescent Market & Food Centre. The plate of chicken rice has everything you need – carbs, protein, and greens. It is known for its tender and juicy chicken meat. Plus, its rice is fragrant without being too oily and pairs well with its garlic chilli.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-41, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 9 am–7 pm Sat to Thurs. Closed on Fri
Alham sells an assortment of Malay food like Mee Soto, Mee Goreng, Lontong, Mee Rebus, Nasi Goreng Ayam and more. The family business is now helmed by two sisters who quit their day jobs to manage the food stall, and apart from mains the stall also sells traditional kuih like KeK Kukus (fruit cake) and Kueh Kosui.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-01, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 7 am–7 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun
Satay lovers should be sure to check Seri Satay, which offers grilled skewers of chicken, beef and mutton satay. The skewers are flavourful, tender, and perfectly charred on the outside. Apart from chicken, beef and mutton, the stall also sells babat (tripe) satay, as well as Tahu Goreng, Mee Soto, Mee Rebus and more!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-15, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 5–10:30 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun
This stall is a family-run business that has been dishing out comforting Indian-Muslim cuisine for the past 20 years, and all its dishes are based on family recipes that are at least three decades old! You can’t go wrong with their variety of pratas like Egg Prata, Coin Prata, or even the sweet variations like Chocolate Prata. If you need something more filling, go for the Maggi Goreng or Nasi Goreng, the latter of which comes in three varieties: Ikan Bilis, Mutton and Chicken.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-06, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 6 am–11 pm daily. Closes once every two weeks
Look no further to find your favourite local breakfast for a hearty fix. With a history dating back to 1993, Delisnacks does a variety of fried dough snacks like you tiao, ham chim peng, butterfly bun, goreng pisang and more. We can’t turn back time, but these fried fritters fondly savour the past. Best paired with a cup of kopi or soya bean!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-28, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 5:30 am– 2:30 pm daily
This stall makes its grass jelly and soya bean drinks from scratch, and it’s one of many outlets across Singapore. Quench your thirst with a cup of Soya Bean, or sit down for a bowl of Cold/Hot Beancurd. You might also prefer the Beancurd Grass Jelly, which combines both beancurd and grass jelly for a refreshing treat!
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-35, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 7 am– 9 pm daily
Keng Huat Cold & Hot Dessert is an iconic stall that is well-loved at Eunos Crescent Market & Food Centre because of its home-cooked desserts, such as its Cheng Tng, which includes the unique ingredient of sweet potato slices. It also has other traditional desserts such as Tadpole Ice Longan, Ice Jelly Cocktail and Bing Bing Mango Pudding! We can’t think of a better way to finish off your meal here.
Address: 4A Eunos Cres, #01-23, Singapore 402004
Opening Hours: 7:30 am– 6 pm daily