13 Stalls to Check Out at Seah Im Food Centre

Seah Im Food Centre is back in business as it reopened on Mar 13 2023 after six months of renovations. Its history dates back to the 1980s when it was built alongside the present-day Harbourfront Bus Interchange across World Trade Centre Singapore. The food centre remains an affordable eating spot for visitors to Sentosa, nearby residents, and white-collared workers from nearby offices. A diverse food spread awaits, from boneless duck rice to epok-epok, chicken rice and Indian rojak. Here’s a list of stalls to explore if you can’t decide what to go for!

#1 Shi Ji Noodle Stall

A crowd favourite at Seah Im Food Centre is Shi Ji Noodle Stall, thanks to delicious dishes like Lor Mee, Duck Noodles, and Prawn Noodles. The lor mee is the undisputed star here as it tends to sell out before lunchtime! Their starchy Braised Duck Lor Mee is served with a variety of ingredients such as sliced duck meat, fishcake, ngoh hiang, braised egg and more. You can choose their flat yellow noodles or even kway teow–bee hoon combination to go with the thick and savoury gravy, and add in vinegar if you’d like more tang.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-56, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 10 am–6 pm Sun to Fri. Closed on Sat

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#2 Aspirasi

Muslim-owned eatery Aspirasi is famous for its tasty variations on chicken rice. Their bestselling Chicken Rice (Penyet) comes with rice, deep-fried battered chicken, house-made sambal, cucumber, and a bowl of soup. Customers can also help themselves to free-flow crispy crumbs that’s fried to golden brown! If you like prefer your chicken rice with some sauce, opt for the fried chicken rice with black pepper, lemon or sweet-sour gravy.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-45, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 9 am–7 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#3 Thaksin Beef Noodle

In case you’re wondering, no, the stall isn’t related to Thailand’s ex-prime minister. This halal-certified Thai stall specialises in Beef Noodles. Each bowl is served with piping hot beef broth, flat white noodles, and chunks of beef. Enjoy the silky noodles and fork-tender beef with the herby and savoury broth. Otherwise, the Beef Pad Thai is a popular pick as well, featuring rice noodles stir-fried in high heat to achieve a smoky wok hei.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-45, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 9 am–7 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#4 #MakanBoleh

Epok-epok is also known as curry puff, and it makes for a great snack at any time of the day. MakanBoleh delivers a delish version of the all-time favourite classic curry potato puff, and the sardine version is just as appealing. Another deep-fried delight to try is the sweet jemput-jemput, aka fried banana balls. If you’re really hungry, the Muslim eatery also offers a rotating menu of cooked mains like Nasi Lemak, Lontong, Nasi Campur and Laksa!

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-36, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 6 am–9 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#5 Farasha Muslim Stall

This humble at Seah Im Food Centre has won over the hearts of many with its lip-smacking offerings. The popular Nasi Goreng Ayam features a huge piece of fried chicken drumstick sitting atop a bed of fragrant fried rice. You can also choose maggi mee if you like, such as the tomyam maggi version paired with the fried chicken. They have a pretty extensive menu, so you will certainly find something that suits your palate!

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-31, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 10 am–8 pm daily

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#6 Tian Ji Niang Dou Fu

If it’s late and you’re looking for a bite, Tian Ji Niang Dou Fu is one of those stalls that operate all the way till nighttime after most of the stalls have closed. They also serve their bowls of YTF with fixed ingredients so you don’t have to fret about what to choose! Choose from a wide range of noodle choices from the usual bee hoon, kway teow, mee pok, mee kia, bee tai bak, mee sua to even ee mian. In addition to soup and dry versions, diners can also select a coconut-infused laksa broth base too!

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-52, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 8 am–9 pm daily

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#7 Kheng Nam Lee Curry Rice

Highly raved about by foodies and netizens, Kheng Nam Lee Curry Rice is famous for its Hainanese curry rice. The curry gravy is sweet and mildly spicy, and pairs perfectly with white rice and the ingredients they offer. A must-try dish is their Assam fish, a thick and tender slab that offers a perfect combination of savoury, tangy and umami flavours. But do drop by early, as this is often the first thing to sell out!

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-53, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 9 am–3 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#8 Cheng Ji Chao Xia Mian Hao Jian

If you like a wetter version of Hokkien Mee, make sure to check out this stall. Thick yellow and white noodles are fried with a mixture of eggs, beansprouts, sliced squid and juicy prawns. Give it a squeeze of lime and you’re good to go. The sambal has a spicy kick which goes well with the dish. They are also known for their Oyster Omelette, which comes with crispy charred bits and fresh oysters that are a joy to wolf down.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-59, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 1–5 pm Mon to Fri, 11 am–8:30 pm Sat. Closed on Sun

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#9 Mohamed Arafat Muslim Food

Unlike Chinese rojak, you get to customise your Indian rojak and pick out your favourite ingredients. Everything is freshly made here at Mohamed Arafat Muslim Food and the stall was even voted 10 Best Indian Rojak by Shin Min Daily News! There is a wide selection of ingredients here, such as coconut fritters, egg fritters, potatoes, fish cakes and sotong. The sauce also does not fall short, with a good balance of sweet and spicy.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-48, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 7 am–10 pm daily

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#10 Daliman’s Korner

This Malay stall has been featured in the Straits Times as one of the best eats in the South of Singapore! A special dish here is the Mee Rebus Satay, starring char-grilled satay with yellow noodles, bean sprouts and tofu blanketed in a spicy gravy. You can also order their satay separately! Another favourite on their menu is the Gado Gado which consists of bean sprouts, boiled egg, tempeh and more, drenched in a sweet peanut gravy. Other signature items include Tahu Goreng, Lontong, Soto Ayam, and Mee Soto.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-32, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 9 am–8:30 pm Mon, Tues & Thurs. 9 am–8:30 pm Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun

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#11 Cai Ji Boneless Duck Rice Porridge

Cai Ji is known amongst regulars for its yummy and affordable Boneless Braised Duck Rice, which you can choose to have with either fragrant yam rice or white rice. The duck meat is tender, moist, and flavourful, and comes drenched in its rich braising sauce. Those who prefer a heartier plate can add on ingredients like braised pig skin, pork belly, pig’s ears, and innards to create your very own platter.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-58, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 11 am–7 pm Sun to Fri. Closed on Sat

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#12 Fried Kuay Teaw Mee

Named one of Singapore’s Best Foods by Best Foody SG in 2021, try their bestselling dish, Fried Kway Teow Mee, which is packed with wok hei. Unlike many other char kway teow stalls this one doesn’t come with Chinese sausage, but the cockles and beansprouts are more than satisfying. Apart from Fried Kway Teow, the stall also sells a wide range of wok-fried dishes from Fried Carrot Cake, Fried Hokkien Mee, Kway Teow Goreng, Bee Hoon Goreng, to Mee Goreng.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-26, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 7:30 am–8:30 pm daily

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#13 Kowloon Wanton Mee

Find items such as Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles, Wanton Noodles, Mushroom Hor Fun, and Chicken Feet Noodles, made with a special egg noodles recipe to make it thicker, chewier and more slurpable. Tossed in a savoury soy sauce, the Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles is served with moist and smooth chicken meat and comes served with a small bowl of soup. If you’re craving some old-school flavours, you won’t go wrong with the simple but satisfying Wanton Noodles.

Address: 2 Seah Im Rd, #01-50, Singapore 099114
Opening Hours: 6 am–2 pm daily

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