16 Stalls to Eat From at Jurong West Hawker Centre

After its closure in 2020, Jurong West Hawker Centre has finally reopened recently. The new hawker center isn’t just a place to satiate your hunger; it’s a melting pot of cultures, aromas, and tastes that define the diverse culinary scene of Singaporean cuisine. From famous pig trotters to fishhead steamboat, dumplings and bubble tea, here are 16 stalls to check out at Jurong West Hawker Centre.

#1 Shi Nian

Hailing from Chong Pang Market, Shi Nian now has another offshore in Jurong West Hawker Centre. They are famous for their pig trotters which are gelatinous, ultra soft and melt-in-your-mouth. The bestseller is the Pig Trotter Rice, which is drizzled with their specially made braising liquid and topped with braised pig trotter. The dish also comes with a slice of prawn cake and salted vegetables to cut through any greasiness!

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-05, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–9 pm daily

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#2 Chye Lye Ah Ma Mee Sua

For some nostalgia-inducing comfort food, Chye Lye Ah Ma Mee Sua has a small menu consisting of items like mee hoon kway, mee sua, sheng mian and the less commonly found tou chiam (bean noodles). Try the signature Ah Ma Mee Sua which included an abundance of ingredients, including liver pieces, stewed mushrooms, sliced pork, and meatballs. Or, the Ah Gong Tou Chiam which comes with silky noodles, meatballs, sliced pork, braised mushrooms and an egg topped with finely sliced fried ginger and chives.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #01-09, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 9 am–3 pm, 5–8:30 pm daily

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#3 Yew Kee Duck Rice

Yew Kee Duck Rice’s has a history that dates back in 1961, when it was a pushcart stall selling braised duck rice in Nee Soon. Today, they have multiple outlets islandwide, including one at Jurong West Hawker Centre. The braised sauce is made according to a recipe handed down by the founder’s father and uses over 10 different type of herbs, spices and ingredients. You won’t go wrong with rice or noodles version that’s served with tender braised duck. And don’t forget their special homemade chilli!

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #01-10, Singapore 648202

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#4 Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodle

One of the best wanton noodles in Singapore, the plate of wanton noodles might not look like much, but appearance isn’t everything when it comes to hawker food. Scattered with char siew, some veggies and a fried wanton, the plate of noodles make for a simple but satisfying meal. The stall also has Chicken Feet Noodle and Shredded Chicken Hor Fun/Noodle if you’d like to have something different!

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-15, Singapore 648202

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#5 Day & Night Herbal Soup

Searching for some more healthy options? Day & Night Herbal Soup has wholesome dishes like Ginseng Chicken Soup, Carrot Pork Ribs Soup, Fungus & Lotus Seed with Chicken Soup, or Sweet Corn with Pork Ribs Soup that will feel like a warm hug from the inside out.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-14, Singapore 648202

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#6 Muhammad Aizan

Your go-to mamak stall, Muhammad Aizan has everything from mutton soup to maggi goreng. You can also create your own Indian rojak dish by selecting from a wide range of options, such as tempeh, tau kwa, dough fritters with egg, prawn and potato, all served with an accompanying sweet peanut sauce.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #01-14, Singapore 648202

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#7 Stove Fire Chinese Cuisine

For some fiery Chinese cuisine, head over to Stove Fire. You can enjoy Sichuan Boiled Meat with your choice of veggies, beef or chicken. A secret spice blend that is beautifully complex with peppery notes creates a pleasant, nose-puckering wok hei with every sip. Alternatively, try the Shanghainese Noodles, which is similar to Zha Jiang Mian  but with a sweeter sauce and scallions as a garnish.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #01-15, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 11 am–9 pm Thurs to Tues. Closed on Wed

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#8 Nam Wah Heng Fish Head Steamboat

For over 90 years, Nan Hwa Fish Head Steamboat has been serving up authentic steamboat meals and has amassed a devoted following over the years. They are best known for their Pomfret Steamboat. There are almost a dozen different herbs and seasonings in this broth, alongside veggies and fresh fish slices.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-01, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 11:30 am–2:30 pm, 4:30–9:30 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#9 Rasa Sayang

Rasa Sayang is one of the few halal stalls at Jurong West Hawker Centre and they offer reasonably priced Western food. The bestseller here item is the Chicken Chop which comes with fries, coleslaw, baked beans, and either a black pepper or mushroom sauce. Diners also like the Aglio Olio which they can order with fried fish, chicken chop, ham and mushroom, or salmon and lamb chop.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-11, Singapore 648202

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#10 Al Nadhira Indian Muslim Food

For your prata and briyani fix, head on over to Al Nadhira Indian Muslim Food. The Mutton Briyani is a standout, bursting with aromatic spices and tender meat, creating a perfect blend of flavours. The Prata is also hot and flaky, pairing wonderfully with the rich mutton curry, which is a savoury delight.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-08, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–10 pm daily

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#11 Viet Food

Known only as Viet Food, this modest stall offers a selection of authentic, reasonably priced Vietnamese food, which is simply prepared but surprisingly delicious. The Vietnamese Grilled Meatballs Set includes a bowl of vermicelli and vegetables and is infused with a smoky char that permeates the sweet broth. There’s also Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Beef Pho, Lemongrass Chicken Rice and Vietnam Mee that will be sure to satiate your appetite.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-23, Singapore 648202

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#12 West’s Bros Western Food Stall

West’s Bros dishes out affordable Western dishes which is served with coleslaw, baked beans, and your selection of carbs (fries, rice, or spaghetti) with every main course. What’s special here is the Prawn Paste Chicken Cutlet, which has a crispy crust covering a succulent piece of meat. If you’re a fan of Har Cheong Gai, definitely give this a try!

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #01-07, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 11 am–2 pm, 5–8 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#13 Munchi Pancakes

Loooking for a midday snack or a quick bite for breakfast? Munchi Pancakes specialises in min jian kueh with a modern twist. Apart from traditional fillings such as peanut, coconut and red bean, you can also expect exciting flavours like Black Sesame, Biscoff, Charcoal and Green Tea.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #01-13, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 8 am–8:30 pm daily

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#14 Xiangyu Pan-Fried Bun

Fans of pau and dumplings alike will enjoy the menu at XiangYu Pan-Fried Bun. The Xiao Long Bao and Chives and Pork Dumplings are undoubtedly popular dishes, while the Pan-fried Pork Buns and Pan-fried Prawn Buns are certainly worth trying too! Be warned that these are seriously juicy and will squirt, so don’t burn yourself!

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-18, Singapore 648202

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#15 GoPizza

GoPizza was born out of the frustration of being unable to enjoy a suitable and affordable portion of pizza for one. Once a small food truck in Korea, today the brand has made its way onto Singapore shores. Unlike other pizza chains here, GoPizza serves on-the-go, single-pax fire-baked pizza. Every order is made fresh, thanks to their specially patented oven that is able to churn out six pizzas in less than five minutes. Try their Korean Bulgogi Pizza, or the Bacon Potato Pizza which sounds like the ultimate comfort food. Besides pizzas, there are also pasta and sides dishes such as tteokbokki and fried chicken on the menu.

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-20, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 11 am–9 pm daily

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#16 T-Bar

A bubble tea stall in a hawker centre? Yes please. The menu at T-Bar focuses more on fruit teas instead of the usual milk tea variations. The No.1 Fruit Tea combines passionfruit, lime, watermelon, and pineapple. Milk tea fans can go for the Brown Sugar Pearl Milk Tea as well as Peppermint Milk Tea with White Pearl, or the stall also has avocado drinks like the Honey Avocado Shake and Mango Avocado Shake!

Address: 50 Jurong West Street 61, #02-21, Singapore 648202
Opening Hours: 10 am–9:40 pm daily

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