20 Stalls You Should Try at Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre

Established in 2017, Kampung Admiralty Hood Centre is one of the newer food centres in Singapore. It is part of an 11-storey all-in-one integrated modern kampung development, which also combines 100 flats for the elderly with a two-storey medical centre, childcare centre, and commercial and retail outlets. All these facilities offer a wide range of amenities for both young and old in the neighbourhood. As for the food, this young hawker centre has many promising stalls and here are 20 that are totally worth checking out.

#1 Uncle Penyet

Despite its shop name, this stall’s signature dish isn’t actually ayam penyet. Instead, Uncle Penyet is known for its ayam panggang, aka grilled chicken! The dish consists of a mound of fluffy white rice drizzled with curry sauce and topped with a freshly grilled chicken thigh. The plump, juicy and tender chicken is well-marinated with spices and sweet soy sauce, creating a perfect blend of savoury-sweet-spicy delight.

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-41, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 9 AM–10 PM daily

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#2 Ah Ma Mee Sua

With a seemingly neverending queue, Ah Ma Mee Suah is impossible to miss. This Chinese stall sells simple yet delicious noodle soups such as Ah Ma Mee Sua and Ma Ma Sheng Mian. Their signature mee sua is served in a bowl brimming with broth, mee sua, egg, minced pork, mushroom, and pig’s innards. The soup has a robust flavour and is cooked without MSG. The noodles are smooth and silky and soak up the broth beautifully!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-21, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 9:30 AM–3 PM, 4:30–9 PM Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#3 Yassin Kampung Seafood

Opened by veteran Chinese Muslim chef Yassin Ng, this stall brings together everything Singaporeans love under one roof – seafood, spice, and the kampung spirit. The menu here features a range of famous local dishes such as Chilli Crab and Fish Head Curry, and some with a contemporary twist – like the Buttermilk Salted Egg Yolk Chicken. The Grilled Tiger Prawn is another crowd favourite. Whole prawns are grilled in-shell with oil and spices to tender perfection. The flesh of the prawn is buttery, and simply perfect with a serving of jasmine rice.

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #01-03, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 9:30 AM–3 PM, 4:30–9 PM Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#4 San Yi Xuan

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Unlike many other stalls with multiple woks and big fires, San Yi Xuan prepares their rice sets in bamboo tubes that are placed into a gigantic steamer. The highlight here is their Mushroom Chicken Rice.. The rice itself and aromatic and great on its own, tasting much like a combination of claypot rice and yam rice. When you factor in the flavorful mushrooms and juicy chicken, you get an umami bomb that you keep you wanting more. The stall also has Vegetarian Rice as well as Spicy Grilled Fish for mala lovers!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-24, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 11 AM–9 PM daily

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#5 Yew Kee Braised Duck

Yew Kee Braised Duck’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 Kampung Admiralty 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: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-15, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 11 AM–8:30 PM daily

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#6 Jia Le Yong Tau Foo

Jia Le Yong Tau Foo is another popular stall that always seems to have a perpetual queue. Unlike many other YTF stalls, Jia Le does not display all their ingredients for you to pick, instead, you can only select from their menu and choose the type of noodles you prefer. Their signature Happiness Bowl is filled with tau pok, tau kee, fish balls, brinjal, meatball, and bitter gourd. Each piece of ingredients is packed with fish paste which is bouncy and chewy. And instead of having clear soup, you can have YTF served in a curry broth.

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-04, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 11 AM–9 PM daily

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#7 Father & Son

Originally called Mother & Daughter, this stall is now Father & Son. The father-son duo serves both Black and White Fried Carrot Cake. You can even have the best of both worlds with their Mixed Carrot Cake. With a balanced proportion of eggs and kway, garnished with a generous serving of chye poh for just the right amount of saltiness, this dish is well worth the calories. Should you prefer something else, you can opt for their Fried Kway Teow with Cockles!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-18, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 6 AM–2 PM, 4:30–8 PM Fri to Wed. Closed on Thurs

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#8 Guru Nasi Goreng

Guru Nasi Goreng is actually owned by the well-known seafood spot Kim’s Place Seafood Restaurant. This outlet serves egg fried rice with a variety of proteins such as chicken cutlet, minced chicken and fish fillet. We also hear that they do a pretty mean plate of carrot cake!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-40, Singapore 730620
Opening Hours: 8 AM–9 PM daily

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#9 Xi Wang Bak Kut Teh

Does anyone remember the case of a man who broke his Stay Home Notice (SHN) for Xi Wang Bak Kut Teh during the height of Covid-19? The bak kut teh here is fragrant with the aroma of pepper, garlic and pork ribs. Served piping hot, the clear broth is peppery and creates a pleasantly warm sensation as it goes down. The pork ribs are tender enough to come off the bone easily and tasty in its simplicity. Apart from bak kut teh, the stall also serves other pig parts, braised duck parts, and noodles.

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-19, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–10 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#10 Yuan He Mee Jian Kueh

Looking for a snack? Yuan He Mee Jian Kueh specialises in the thinner variant of Min Jiang Kueh. Now run by two brothers, the owners consider the perfect Min Jiang Kueh to be one that is crispy on the outside, and soft on the inside. You won’t go wrong with their best seller, coconut filling combined with the good ol’ orange sand sugar and made by the owners’ mother. At this point, surely you are craving for Mee Jiang Kueh already?

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-22, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 6:30 AM–3 PM Thurs to Tues. Closed on Wed

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#11 Chinese Cuisine Sichuan

Chinese Cuisine Sichuan offers quality Sichuan dishes at affordable pricing. The stall is popular for their spicy dishes like Mala Noodles, Spicy Red Oil Dumpling, Chong Qing Grilled Fish and more. You’ll find a wide variety of noodle dishes, tasty dumplings and side dishes. The fried Guo Tie are smooth, plump and gently fried till light golden brown. The meat is well-marinated and juicy, and it goes with just about anything!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-26, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 9 AM–9 PM daily

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#12 The Original Vadai

The Original Vadai was originally started during the late 80s, selling prawn vadai at the yearly Geylang Ramadan Bazaar. Fast forward to today, they now have more than 10 permanent stalls islandwide. Other than the OG Prawn Vadai you have other fried doughy goods to choose from such as Ikan Bilis Vadai, Chocolate Vadai and even Cheese Vadai. There are also other snacks like Chicken Wing and Chicken Skin!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-29, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 9 AM–9 PM Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#13 Ah Choon Traditional Lor Mee Prawn Noodle Laksa

Ah Choon Traditional Lor Mee Prawn Noodle Laksa is another popular stall at Kampung Admiralty Food Centre drawing in long queues during peak hours. Their signature Lor Mee comes with lots of ingredients including fried battered fish, halved prawns, braised eggs, ngoh hiang, braised pork belly slices and topped with fried batter bits and sambal chili. The noodle was nicely soaked in a light, starchy and flavorful gravy, while the battered fried fish remained crisp and crunchy even after soaking in the gravy for quite some time. Remember to add minced garlic and some black vinegar for extra goodness!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-20, Singapore 732676

Opening Hours: 6 AM–9 PM Wed to Mon. Closed on Tues

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#14 Best Zaika

If you’re looking for authentic North Indian food, then Best Zaika should be on your list. This isn’t your typical mee goreng or sup tulang affair, but instead, you’ll find the likes of Chappati Keema, Butter Chicken Naan, Dum Chicken Rice and Tandoori Chicken Tikka. Perhaps you’d like to challenge your taste buds by trying more exotic items such as the Chana Batura Set and Kashmiri Naan. You can even get Indian dessert in the form of Gulab Jamun!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-36, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 10 AM–9 PM daily

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#15 Siamkia Thai Cuisine

Siamkia Thai Cuisine serves a wide variety of Thai cuisines such as Minced Pork Omelette, Pad Thai, Pineapple Fried Rice, Olive Fried Rice, Tom Yam Fried Rice, Tom Yam Soup, Papaya Salad and more. A must-try is their signature Pineapple Fried Rice which is generously filled with ingredients like pineapple slices, cashew nuts, prawns, onions slices, cucumber slices, raisins, and garnished with pork floss. The rice is aromatic, flavorful and tasty, and makes for a delightful meal.

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-09, Singapore 732676

Opening Hours: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM, 5–8:30 PM Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#16 Saamsudeen

Saamsudeen serves up Pratas, Murtabak, Roti John, Putu Mayam, and Briyani. The stall is very popular in the morning for their roti prata which is both chewy and crisp. Besides the popular prata, their signature Mutton Biryani is also a favourite pick for lunch and dinner. Filled with a generous amount of basmati rice, pickled vegetables and succulent curry mutton, the entire dish is incredibly hearty and flavourful

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-36, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 7:30 AM–10 PM daily

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#17 The Western House

The Western House is a relatively new stall offering various meat grills like Chicken Cutlet, Lamb Chop, Chicken Wings, Pasta dishes and more. The Chicken Chop at this place is a must-try. The skin is crispy and drenched with black pepper sauce, while the meat itself is soft and juicy. Perfectly completed by their crispy fries and coleslaw!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-13, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 10 AM–9 PM daily

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#18 KZ Bakery

KZ Bakery is founded by an engineering degree graduate who picked up the trade while working part-time in a bakery shop. Everything is handmade here and preparation begins as early as 4 am! The bakery offers eggs tarts, biscuits, breads, cakes and many more. A must-try is their signature egg tart. The crust is flaky, while the custard is silky, smooth and not too sweet!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-30, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 9 AM–9:30 PM daily

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#19 Xi De Li

Xi De Li is one of the pioneers of the youtiao and dough food industry in Singapore, starting out as a pushcart stall along Chin Swee Road in the 1920s. Today, they have over 60 outlets in Singapore, including one in Kampung Admiralty Food Centre. Get your fix of fried dough fritters such as Ham Chim Peng and Butterfly Bun here, alongside classic snacks like Goreng Pisang, Curry Puff, Spring Roll and Carrot Cake too!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-30, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 11 AM–8:30 PM daily

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#20 Like Pudding

Like Pudding has your sweet tooth covered. Be it hot or cold, the stall has nearly all kinds of local desserts. Take your pick from hot dessert options like Tang Yuan with Red Bean Soup, Ginkgo Nut Beancurd Soup and Green Bean Soup. Or go for cold options like Chendol and Mixed Fruit with Ice Jelly, or Red Bean Ice with Milk!

Address: 676 Woodlands Drive 71, #02-02, Singapore 732676
Opening Hours: 10:30 AM–10 PM daily

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