One of the earliest dedicated food centres built to house pushcart hawkers in Singapore was Yung Sheng Food Centre. Opened in July 1972, this food centre consisted of 60 stalls, which led to its popular moniker of “六十档” (Sixty stalls). Redeveloped to form today’s Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre in 2005, this food centre still has the old school appeal and affordability of its heydays. Standing at five storeys tall, the many levels can be intimidating. But today we’ve rounded up 10 stalls to try at Taman Jurong Food Centre that are not just delicious but friendly on the wallet!