15 Stalls to Try at Market Street Hawker Centre

Previously known as Golden Shoe Food Centre with a history dating back to 1984, the new Market Street Hawker Centre is now housed in the CBD in CapitaSpring. Occupying the second and third floors of the building, the space houses 56 stalls connected via escalators located in the middle of the spacious food centre. As it caters primarily to the CBD crowd, the crowd starts to pile in by 11:30 am or so, with long queues forming at many of the popular stalls. Just in case you haven’t figured out what’s for lunch, here are 16 stalls you should definitely try!

#1 Tiong Bahru Roasted Noodle House

Tiong Bahru Roasted Noodle House commands a long queue during lunch hours from hungry patrons eager to have their roast chicken, roast pork or char siew along with springy noodles or rice. Prices are affordable for how generous they are with their servings! Be sure to not confuse them with Tiong Bahru Wanton Mee, which is also housed within the same food centre. 

Address: 86 Market St, #02-19, Singapore 048947

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#2 Hock Gooi Hainanese Curry Rice

You can never go wrong with a plate of Hainanese curry rice, and Hock Gooi Hainanese Curry Rice certainly delivers with their offerings of rice sets that come with Braised Pork, Hainanese Char Siew, Hainanese Pork Chop or Curry Chicken Wing. Feel free to add on ingredients such as egg, vegetables, meat and curry chicken to make it an even more hearty meal!

Address: 86 Market St, #02-03, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 6 am–3 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#3 Yummy Nyonya Peranakan

Bored of the usual cai png? Visit Yummy Nyonya Peranakan, where you’ll be able to get yummy Beef Rendang, and a wide variety of other Nyonya dishes such as Ayam Buah Keluak, Chap Chye and Sambal Goreng. Run by a Peranakan family, the food is authentic, affordable and delicious. Simply no reason not to check them out!

Address: 88 Market Street, #02-22, Singapore 048948
Opening Hours: 10 am–2  pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#4 Yi En Vegetarian

Yi En is one of two vegetarian stalls at Market Street Hawker Centre. They sell side dishes much like the usual economic rice, but customers can also order vegetarian Hor Fun, Lontong, Chee Cheong Fun, Ban Mian, Olive Fried Rice and many more!

Address: 88 Market Street, #02-22, Singapore 048948
Opening Hours: 10 am–2 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#5 Golden Nur

While Golden Nur sells a range of delicious Indian-Muslim food such as Mee Goreng, Murtabak and Roti Prata, what they are best known for is their Fried Chicken Nasi Briyani. Fried to golden perfection, the dish will definitely hit the spot for all fried chicken lovers. If you’d like a taste be sure to try to head down early – the biryani sells out fast!

Address: 86 Market St, #03-11/12, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–8 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#6 Tian Ci Traditional Prawn Noodle

An old-school prawn noodle stall that has followed Market Street Hawker Centre since its days at Golden Shoe, find dishes such as Pork Ribs Prawn Noodles, Prawn Noodles, Intestine Prawn Noodles and Pig Tail Prawn Noodle. Make sure to savour its hearty broth that’s boiled for hours from pork bone and prawn stock, which goes perfectly with its dry noodles, which are coated in a savoury and spicy sauce.

Address: 86 Market St, #03-18, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 6 am–2 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#7 Heng’s Authentic Teochew Mee Pok

Established in 1960 and previously known as Say Seng Dry Mee Pok, Heng’s Authentic Teochew Mee Pok has been perfecting its Teochew-style noodles for over 60 years. Its Mee Pok is a simple, satisfying and straightforward, tossed in a mixture of chilli flakes, vinegar, soy sauce and sesame oil. Each bowl comes with fried garlic and lard which are fried in-house from 4am every morning! You also have the option of adding ingredients such as prawns, sliced pork, meat balls, fish cake, and fish balls.

Address: 88 Market Street, #02-20, Singapore 048948
Opening Hours: 7:30 am–2:30 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#8 Wan Zai

Wan Zai is where you can get your fill of Taiwanese dishes in the CBD. Go for their Braised Pork Rice Set which comes with a side of Salted Crispy Chicken! White pearly grains are topped with generous amounts of braised pork that has the perfect contrast between firm meat and soft, indulgent fats. If you’re craving something soupy, the Beef Shank Noodles features la mian in a fragrant broth, further topped with hefty slices of beef shank. They also have classic Taiwanese snacks which include the likes of Fried Chicken Cutlet and Fried Mushroom.

Address: 86 Market St, #03-28, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 10 am–7 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#9 Sunrise Traditional Coffee & Toast

Get your coffee fix from Sunrise Traditional Coffee & Toast, a popular kopi stall known for its smooth and aromatic kopi. In fact, its coffee powder is freshly ground in-house and you can even order some of its high-grade coffee powder on Shopee! Open from early morning, you can get your breakfast fix with items such as the Kaya Toast Set and Soft Bun Set. All its bread sets come complete with two soft-boiled eggs and your choice of kopi or teh! 

Address: 88 Market Street, #02-15, Singapore 048948
Opening Hours: 6 am–4 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#10 Teochew Kway Teow Mee

This stall serves up Teochew-style noodles and is now run by the third generation. Its Minced Meat Fishball Noodles feature springy noodles and come with pork dumplings, fishballs, slices of pork, minced meat, as well as fishcakes and braised mushroom. The bowl of soup that comes with it is light and flavourful, and absolutely delicious when consumed hot! Other items on the menu include Dumpling Noodles and Dumpling Soup

Address: 88 Market Street, #02-17, Singapore 048948

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#11 Ah Liang Ipoh Hor Fun

Ah Liang Ipoh Hor Fun draws in some of the longest queues at Market Street Hawker Centre, thanks to their super silky strands of flat noodles, as well as the herbal hor fun gravy that sets it apart from other hor fun stalls. You’ll have different varieties of the dish to choose from, such as Shredded Chicken Hor Fun, Crab Meat Hor Fun, Seafood Hor Fun, Fried Fish Dumpling Seafood Hor Fun, Fried Wanton Hor Fun and many more!

Address: 86 Market St, #02-04, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 10 am–7:30 pm Mon to Thurs, 10 am–4 pm Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#12 Bee Kee Wanton Noodle

For wanton mee with a modern twist, Bee Kee Wanton Noodle is best known for its Truffle Wanton Noodle that’s tossed with white truffle oil and soya sauce. It also comes with slices of char siew and both soup-style and deep-fried wanton. Fret now if you’re a wanton mee purist, you’ll also be able to get the dish in the original version. Other items on the menu include Braised Pork Noodles, Chilli Vinegar Wantons and Wanton Soup.

Address: 86 Market St, #03-07, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 7 am–2:30 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#13 Tiong Bahru Wanton Mee

Another popular stall for wanton noodles in Market Street Hawker Centre is Tiong Bahru Wanton Mee. Go for their signature Wanton Mee which has a myriad of toppings – including two types of fried dumplings to go along with chunky pieces of char siew and soup wantons. The thick slices of home-roasted char siew comes with a good amount of fats, creating a juicy bite. Alternatively, you can go for their Shredded Chicken Hor Fun or Roasted Pork Noodle!

Address: 86 Market St, #02-19, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 8 am–3 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#14 Salad Co.Sg

Salads and healthy food in the CBD are often not the most wallet-friendly, so Salad Co.Sg is a welcome breath of fresh air with its wide array of healthy and guilt-free eats. You’ll be spoilt for choice with yummy toppings such as beetroot, broccoli, cabbage and even less common ones like aloe vera, smoked duck and feta cheese. Another great thing is that they accept Whatsapp orders, so you don’t even have to queue!

Address: 86 Market St, #03-30, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 10 am–3 pm Mon to Fri. Closed Sat & Sun

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#15 Market Street Nasi Lemak

Market Street Nasi Lemak serves nasi lemak with green-tinted pandan coconut rice and a selection of sides. You can also get them in sets that come with chicken drumstick ($4.30), chicken wings or fried fish. The rice is very fragrant and fluffy, while ingredients like the fried chicken are well-executed – pleasantly crispy on the outside, moist and meaty on the inside. 

Address: 86 Market St, #03-22, Singapore 048947
Opening Hours: 11 am–2:30 pm Sun & Mon, 8 am–8 pm Tues to Fri, 8 am–3 pm Sat

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