20 Stalls to Satisfy Your Hunger Pangs at Senja Hawker Centre

One of the newest hawker centres in Singapore which opened its doors last year, Senja Hawker Centre is home to 28 stalls including heritage hawkers, Michelin-recommended stalls and exciting new entrants. From lor mee to nasi lemak, min jiang kueh and Japanese rice bowls, here are best eats to explore at Senja Hawker Centre!

#1 Heng Gi Goose and Duck Rice

This Tekka Market stalwart boasts a Michelin Plate mention and has a history of over 60 years. Despite ‘Goose’ being in its name, only Teochew-style braised duck is served here, but you can expect tender and succulent meat. Take your pick from a variety of dishes, such as Braised Duck Rice, Braised Duck Porridge, Braised Duck Noodles and Braised Duck With Kway Chap.

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-07, Singapore 677632

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#2 Shi Nian

Hailing from Chong Pang Market, Shi Nian is famous for its pig trotters, which are delicious, 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: 2 Senja Cl, #02-11, Singapore 677632

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#3 Amoy Street Lor Mee

The stall originated from the hawker’s father who used to sell lor mee behind Jit Poh Building during the ‘60s, and has now expanded to several outlets islandwide They serve their lor mee with batang fish, fried fish, pork belly and ngoh hiang, and you can opt to add on a lava egg too. A queue commanding stall, expect to wait for your food, but you will be rewarded with a satisfying bowl of thick yellow noodles with a velvety and flavourful gravy!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-01, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 9:30 am–5:45 pm Sun to Fri, 9:30 am–5 pm Sat

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#4 Pin Wei Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun

You’ll easily spot the Michelin Plate stall from the long queue, its patient customers all pandering for a taste of their silky and smooth rice rolls that’s made fresh-to-order. Cooked using a custom-built steamer, the Hong Kong-style chee cheong fun come stuffed with either char siu, prawn, or scallop. Make sure to complete each mouthful with their sambal belacan, which is made fresh daily with sweet soy sauce!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-27

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#5 Warong Rice Garden

Warong Rice Garden is a Halal-friendly concept that was founded to provide affordable meals. Enjoy Nasi Campur from as low as $2! Side dishes include hearty proteins in curry, Assam gravy and dark sweet sauce, alongside egg and various vegetables. The stall also has nasi kuning with mutton, sotong and prawn, plus other items including mee siam and mee rebus.

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-20

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#6 97 Nasi Lemak

Hailing from Old Airport Road Food Centre, 97 Nasi Lemak is where you can enjoy a homely plate of Chinese-style nasi lemak. Enjoy your fragrant coconut rice, with sides such as fried chicken wing, fried egg, luncheon meat, fish cake, hash brown, long bean, fish fillet and many more. The dish is also served with cucumber slices, roasted peanuts, ikan bilis and a dollop of spicy-sweet sambal!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-03, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 6 am–2 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#7 Onigirazu Don

Run by a young couple, Onigirazu Don is where you can get your fix of affordable Japanese rice bowls and bite-sized onigiri sandwiches. Enjoy a variety of oyakodon and Japanese curry rice, which offers the option to swap out the rice for udon instead. Also try the onigirazu that’s made with ingredients such as spam, cheese, smoked duck and fish fillet, all wrapped in Japanese rice and crispy seaweed.

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-04, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 11 am–3 pm, 5–8:30 pm daily

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#8 Jiao Cai Seafood

For your BBQ stingray fix, go for the BBQ Hotplate Stingray from Jiao Cai Seafood. Served on a sizzling hot pan, a fresh, thick piece of stingray is slathered with rich sambal chilli that’s made in-house based off a 40-year-old recipe. The dish is moist, smoky, fresh and well-marinated. Other dishes include the Stir Fried Kang Kong as well as the BBQ Squid which is just as satisfying as the Stingray!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-14, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 5–9:30 pm Mon to Thurs. Closed Fri to Sun

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#9 Project Penyek

Project Penyek is a great Ayam Penyet stall to add to your lineup. Their Ayam Penyet comes with a mound of rice, soup and a healthy dollop of their homemade chilli. A sizeable piece of chicken is generously showered with golden bits, while the batter is well-seasoned and satisfyingly crunchy. The chicken is moist and tender on the inside, which always gains extra points in our books!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-17, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 10:30 am–8 pm Mon to Sat. Closed on Sun

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#10 China Whampoa Home Made Noodle

For some indulgent ban mian, China Whampoa Home Made Noodles is well known for their signature Dry Home Made Noodles with Prawns as well as luxurious offerings such as the Abalone Mee Hoon Kway. The hearty noodles here are on the denser and thicker side, which pairs nicely with the sweet and umami soup. Not to fret if ban mian and mee hoon kway aren’t your favourite noodles – the stall has 12 different types of noodles for you to choose from which includes mee sua, Hong Kong noodles, instant noodles and more!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-05, Singapore 677632

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#11 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: 2 Senja Cl, #02-23, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 8 am–8:30 pm daily

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#12 Mohamed Ayaan Rojak

Mohamed Ayaan Rojak is a second-generation hawker with a 50-year-old rojak recipe, as well as other items such as nasi briyani, prata and thosai. Prata fans will be glad to have an extensive selection to choose from here, which includes classics like egg, cheese and onion, or more fun flavours like hot dog and chocolate prata. 

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-19, Singapore 677632

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#13 @Wok 26

For some wok fried delights, @Wok 26 is the stall to hit up. Here you’ll find both white and black carrot cake, Hokkien mee, fried oyster and char kway teow. Each dish is a harmonious blend of flavours and textures, for example, the white carrot cake has a nice crispy crust and the char kway teow is adequately wet for maximum slurpability!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-06, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 9 am–8:30 pm Fri to Wed. Closed on Tues

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#14 Feng Xiang

Specialising in Klang-style bak kut teh, the broth here is brewed with quality herbs and ingredients, lovingly stewed for hours to give an authentic flavour. The stall also has dry BKT that’s served with an umami sauce, alongside chunks of pork ribs and ladyfinger. Another Malaysian fave to try without needing to cross the border is the Fried Porridge! There are six different fried porridge options, all simmered in a special broth before it is fried in a wok to give a ‘wok hei’ flavour. 

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-26, Singapore 677632
Opening Hours: 10 am–3 pm, 4:30–8:30 pm Mon to Wed & Fri, 9:30 am–3 pm, 4:30–8:30 pm Sat & Sun

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#15 Haji Subuhani Family Stall

Haji Subuhani Family Stall is an Indian-Muslim eatery offering nasi goreng, mee goreng, and kambing soup. The Sup Kambing is an underdog with flavourful but not gamey meat, and the soup is spiced just right so that you can slurp up the whole bowl easily. The meat is tender and the tendons are pleasantly gelatinous. 

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-18, Singapore 677632

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#16 Hup Cheong Roasted Delights

Hup Cheong Roasted Delights is a roasted food specialist with over 20 years of experience serving up glossy char siew and succulent roasted pork. Pair your choice of roasted meats with rice or noodles for a simple but delightful meal!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-13, Singapore 677632

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#17 Yong Feng Ji Chicken Rice

Chicken rice is a classic Singaporean dish that holds a special place in the hearts and stomachs of locals. Yong Feng Ji Chicken Rice serves up a mean plate of this beloved dish. Their succulent chicken is poached to perfection, with tender meat that is sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate. Paired with fragrant rice, chilli sauce and refreshing cucumber slices, this is a great meal to have on any day. 

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-02
Opening Hours: 11 am–8 pm Thurs to Tues. Closed on Wed

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#18 AMK 711 Hainan Western

Calling all meat lovers, head over to AMK 711 Hainan Western for some mouth-watering chicken chop paired with salted egg yolk sauce, as well as some juicy, tender chicken cutlets. Served with fries, coleslaw and baked beans, the stall dishes out nostalgic Western goodies that will have us reminiscing our childhoods.

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-09, Singapore 677632

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#19 Heng Heng Noodle House

For hearty bowls of bak chor mee, laksa and fishball noodles, look to Heng Heng Noodle House. Run by an elderly couple, you can expect hearty bowls of noodles that are well-cooked with decent ingredients such as minced pork, slices of fish cake and fishballs. While it might not be on the list of the best BCM in Singapore, it is sure to satisfy any hunger pangs!

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-08

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#20 Yu Wei Ju Quan

For the days when you don’t feel like having anything heavy, some Sliced Fish Soup is just perfect. Yu Wei Ju Quan serves an assortment of fish for you to enjoy with noodles or rice. Besides the usual thick bee hoon, the stall also has thin bee hoon, mee sua and ee mee. And apart from the usual white sliced fish, the stall also served fried fish and you can also get fish porridge here. 

Address: 2 Senja Cl, #02-25

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