A small hawker centre situated in Bishan, Shunfu Mart Food Centre was opened in 2000 and recently renovated in 2022. From yummy muffins to halal dishes and traditional Hakka delights, the food centre is home to many hidden gems that are worth checking out if you are in the area. Here are 15 stalls to check out!
Mei Zhen Hakka Delicacies is run by three sisters and they have been in business since the 1980s. A must-try is their traditional abacus seeds which feature chewy yam discs with mushrooms and topped with crispy shallots and spring onions. Other items on their menu include yam porridge, yam balls, soon kueh, glutinous rice, chee cheong fun and more.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-26, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–1 pm Wed to Fri, 6:30 am–2:30 pm Sat & Sun. Closed on Mon & Tues
For a satisfying serving of old-school chicken rice, head over to Leong Hainanese Chicken Rice. The fluffy rice is cooked in a ginger and chicken stock and has an appetising aroma without being overly oily. The meat is succulent and tender with glistening skin, and it is dressed in sesame oil and soy sauce. Your order also comes with a small bowl of soup, and don’t forget the chilli sauce, ginger dip and dark sauce!
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-22, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 10 am–7 pm Wed to Sun. Closed Mon & Tues
It’s not common for a stall to serve both fishball noodles and popiah together, but that’s what you’ll get at Heng Heng Bao Bing. Their popiah comes especially highly raved, all thanks to a combination of tasty turnip filling, fresh beansprouts, crushed peanuts, sweet sauce and chilli sauce, all encased in a thin and slightly chewy skin.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-05, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 10 am–6 pm Sat to Thurs, 9:30 am–7 pm Fri
With a history that dates back to post WWII and now into its fourth generation, Lai Heng Fried Kuay Teow & Cooked Food is arguably the most popular stall at Shunfu Mart Food Centre. The wok hei here robust and the plate comes smoky, moist but not too oily. Each slippery strand of rice noodles is well coated in their sweet sauce mix and is further complemented by ingredients such as Chinese sausage and cockles.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-20, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 9:30 am–4 pm Tues to Sat, 10:30 am–4 pm Sun. Closed on Mon
This humble stall delivers traditional Malaysian-style wanton noodles with a nostalgic taste that will hit all the right spots. The noodles are thoroughly coated with a rich and savoury dark soy sauce. The char siew is tender and well-roasted, and the meaty wontons are generously stuffed.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-04, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 9:30 am–2 pm Mon, 8 am–3 pm Tues to Sat. Closed on Sun
Marsiling Teochew Fish Soup draws in a long queue and it is especially popular with office workers in the vicinity for its Sliced Fish Soup and Fried Fish Soup. Served with Batang fish slices and plenty of greens, there are many carb options that you can choose from including kway teow, thick bee hoon, mee sua, ee mian and Koka noodles. The soup is clean-tasting but leans towards the lighter end, so those who prefer stronger flavours should check out other items such as the Tom Yam Seafood Soup instead!
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-04, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 8 am–7 pm Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
Another popular stall, Quan Ann Prawn Mee serves up piping hot bowls of prawn noodles. With sweet prawns and an umami broth, the soup version is perfect for a cold day. That’s not to say that the dry version is lacklustre, you’ll still enjoy springy noodles tossed with piquant chilli and fresh prawns to complement it!
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-11, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 6 am–3 pm daily
Wak Limah Stall’s owner has been in the F&B scene for over 50 years offering comforting and straightforward Malay food. You’ll find classics here, including Nasi Lemak, Gado Gado, Mee Soto, Mee Siam and Mee Rebus. The crowd-favourite Mee Rebus has a luscious and aromatic gravy, and comes with thick yellow noodles, a boiled egg and fresh beansprouts, green chilli slices and herbs to cut through the richness of the dish.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-15, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–1:30 pm Sat to Thurs. Closed on Fri
Chocolat N’ Spice’s recipe to success is good ol’ muffins. They come out freshly baked at around 8 am and it’s best to be here before 12 pm to select from the full range of flavours. They come in classic choices such as chocolate chip, cranberry, banana walnut and blueberry to more unique options including cheese, mocha, and coconut.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-12, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 7:30 am–2:30 pm Tues to Sat. Closed on Sun & Mon
Start your day right by fueling yourself up with some bee hoon at this stall, which you can get with ingredients fish fillet, fried chicken, otah, fried egg, assorted vegetables and more. The stall also has nasi lemak sets that come with luncheon meat or a chicken wing, fried egg, ikan bilis, peanuts and a helping of sambal.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-30, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 6:30 am–2 pm daily
For some delicious roasted meat, head to Lian Kee Roasted Chicken Duck Rice. They serve roast duck, along with steamed and roasted chicken, as well as roasted pork, char siew and an array of Chinese soups such as herbal chicken, watercress, and lotus root.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-10, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 11 am–7:30 pm Fri to Wed. Closed on Thurs
Prawn mee fans will be glad to know that this food centre offers not just one, but two prawn noodle stalls. Huat Heng Fried Prawn Mee & Prawn Mee Soup offers hearty bowls like the Big Prawn Noodles. There is also Hokkien mee here too for those who prefer some wok hei goodness!
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-09, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 6 am–1:30 pm Sat to Wed. Closed Thurs & Fri
Next to Lai Heng Fried Kuay Teow and owned by the same owner, the bak chor mee here packs a vinegary punch with springy and well-cooked noodles, along with a generous amount of tender minced meat and pork slices. The stall also serves laksa if you’re not feeling BCM.
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-21, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 8 am–5 pm Sat to Wed. Closed Thurs & Fri
Tucked away in a corner at Shunfu Mart Food Centre is a humble-looking stall Dapur Asiah prepares wholesome, one-dish meals like Mee Siam, Lontong, Gado Gado, Nasi Lemak, Soto Ayam and Mee Rebus. Their mee siam is on the sweeter side but mixed well with the other ingredients to create a well-balanced, flavourful dish. And the best part? Everything goes for just $2.50! Try to get here early if you’re planning to get a taste their mee siam, as they usually sell out by 2 pm!
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-29, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 7.30 am–2 pm daily
While most flock to the popular Chocolat N’ Spice for their muffins, BakeFresh by Tina Sim also serves up delightful bakes like Swiss rolls, biscuits and egg tarts. The Swiss rolls come in many flavours like pandan, blueberry, strawberry, chocolate and more. And if you’re celebrating a special occasion, Tina also takes in special orders for cakes!
Address: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-27, Singapore 570320
Opening Hours: 7 am–4 pm Wed to Sun