34 Food Stalls In Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre You Must Try

Famous for being a treasure trove of good food in Singapore, Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre is housed within a five-story car park. There is a wet market on the first floor, while the hawker stalls are located on the second and third floors. The stalls here have become household names all across Singapore, where you can find delicious renditions of beloved local delicacies such as Hokkien Mee, Fried Kway Teow, and Biryani, served at some of the most affordable prices in the country. If you’re looking for some great eats on a lower budget, Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre would definitely be worth a visit! List Thumbnail: Source

#1 De Ji Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle

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When it comes to the Hong Kong-style soy sauce chicken in Singapore, De Ji definitely holds its own. Tender, moist and succulent poached chicken is infused with savoury soy sauce flavours. Other items on the menu includes roast duck, roast pork and char siew, which can be had with your choice of rice, noodles or hor fun.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #02-85, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 6.30am – 2.30pm, Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon

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#2 Rong Sheng Fish Head Bee Hoon

With dishes cooked by a chef hailing down from Hong Kong, Rong Sheng Fish Head Bee Hoon offers patrons aromatic and refreshing bowls of Fish Noodles that are hard to match! Their menu includes their signature dish: the Fish Head Bee Hoon ($3.50/$4), alongside the classic Fried Fish Bee Hoon ($3.50/$4)! If you don’t feel like Bee Hoon, you could also go for their Sliced Fish Porrdge ($3.50/$4), Sliced Fish Soup ($3.50/$4), or Tom Yam Soup ($4.50) paired with a bowl of fragrant white rice ($0.50).

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#3 Empress Pot Mookata & Fried Carrot Cake

A great place to hold a lunch gathering, expect to spend $5-10 per pax at Empress Pot Mookata & Fried Carrot Cake. From 7 AM to 8 PM, their menu includes a warm delicious plate of White Carrot Cake ($3), refreshing Fried Oyster ($4/$6), and delectable Oyster Omelette ($6/$8), among other Thai Delicacies too! From 4 PM to 10 PM, their Mookata Menu begins, where they offer the classic selection of Mookata dishes like Pork Belly, Pork Collar, Cheese Tofu, Hot Dogs, and many more! However, do watch out for their odd timings as they are only open from 7 AM to 2:30 PM, and again from 5 PM to 8 PM, and are closed on Mondays!

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#4 Tai Seng Fish Soup

If you’re in need of a warm bowl of comfort food on a rainy day, Tai Seng Fish Soup is an excellent choice. Not to be confused with Thai Seng Fish Soup along Ubi Road, the stall is located on Level 3 of Taman Jurong Food Centre. Their menu includes standard fish soup dishes like Sliced Fish Soup ($5/6/7), Fried Fish Soup ($5/6/7), Mixed Fish Soup ($5/6/8), and Fish Head Soup ($5/6/7). The fish soup can be paired with rice, thick bee hoon, thin bee hoon, ee mee, mee sua or porridge — which comes with no additional charges! You can also choose to spice up your bowl with add-ons like fried egg floss ($0.50), egg ($0.50), and fish roe/fish milt ($1)!

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#5 Leng Huat Fishball Noodle and Laksa

Craving for a hearty, warm bowl of noodles to satisfy your night-time cravings? Consider heading over to Leng Huat Fishball Noodle and Laksa, an old-school fishball noodle stall nestled on the second floor of Taman Food Centre, to get your late-night supper fix. Their fishball noodles come in small ($3) and large ($4) sizes, and you can go with either soup or dry. As you might have guessed, they also serve our Singaporean favourite laksa, which comes in small ($3), medium ($3.50), and large ($4) bowls. If you’re looking for a satisfying, nostalgic bowl of fishball noodles, look no further!

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#6 Kiat Seng Coffee Stall

Usually operated by a sweet elderly auntie, Kiat Seng Coffee Stall is the go-to drink stall for many diners patronising Taman Jurong Food Centre. With their classic beverage selection of Kopi O and Teh Bing, Kiat Seng also offers its signature sweet Honey Lime Juice, Home-made Barley Drink, and Home-made Ice Lemon Tea. Patrons have also fallen in love with their outstanding brews of Kopi and Teh that triumph over a sea of beverage stalls.

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#7 Hup Soon Rice and Porridge

Owned by an elderly couple, Hup Soon Rice and Porridge dishes up authentic, home-cooked dishes served with a plate of warm rice or sweet potato porridge. Although they showcase a simple menu that does not look as fancy as the modern stalls at Taman Jurong Food Centre, this is still a popular stall that garners long queues, especially during peak hours, so come early to enjoy Hup Soon’s nostalgic taste that transports you back to the homecooked meals of your childhood home.

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#8 Ng Kee Teochew Fish Ball Kuay Teow Mee

Located on the third floor of Taman Jurong Food Centre, Ng Kee Teochew Fish Ball Kuay Teow Mee is run by a trio of brothers. If old-school, greasy, slurpy noodles are your idea of comfort food, then you will most certainly enjoy this. However, this is a popular stall, so be prepared to wait during peak hours. Cooked perfectly with just the right amount of bite, the noodles are certainly the highlight of the dish. Each of the strands are nicely coated with the sauce, giving them a silky texture. The handmade fishballs are also bouncy with great elasticity in every bite! And along with the handmade fish dumplings, sliced fishcakes, pork liver and pork slices, it makes for a truly great meal.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #02-64, 618499

Opening Hours: 6am – 2pm, Tues to Fri. Closed Sat to Mon

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#9 58 Minced Meat Noodle

Established in 1973 and also located on the third floor, 58 Minced Meat Noodle sure has lots of loyal fans. The soft mee pok noodles are smothered in a robust and complex sauce that’s savoury, spicy, and tangy, and generously topped with minced pork, pork slices, pork liver, stewed mushrooms, and lard croutons. Served in porcelain bowls, they ooze of nostalgia and a must-try if you love a good bowl bak chor mee.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #03-150, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 8am – 2pm, Thurs to Mon. Closed Tues & Wed

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#10 Yong Kee Claypot Bak Kut Teh

Ranked as the 3rd best Bak Kut Teh in Singapore on Tatler Asia by local chefs, the well-known Yong Kee Claypot Bak Kut Teh is a family-run business that has stood for more than 30 years. Their Bak Kut Teh is served in a claypot, and you can choose between white pepper broth and herbal pork rib soup. Their menu includes tender ribs, tau kwa, pig’s tail, organ, premium loin ribs, and tenderloin. Each claypot dish starts from only $4.

 

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#11 JJ Sarawak Noodle

Previously a tenant at Hong Kah Point, JJ Sarawak Noodle serves up Sarawak Noodle and Sarawak Laksa, which uses spices different from the laksa that we usually see here in Singapore. It’s milder-tasting and more coconut-y – try it for yourself and see if you like it! The Sarawak Noodles have a delightful springiness to them that is a delight to slurp up, and it includes ingredients like slices of char siew, minced pork, and crispy fried wantons.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #03-127, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 7am – 6pm daily

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#12 Sikkander’s Briyani

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Make sure not to miss out on Sikkander’s Briyani when you’re at Taman Jurong Food Centre. The Chicken Briyani comes with fragrant spiced basmati rice, fried chicken, archar (pickled vegetables), and a small bowl of curry. The aromatic rice and flavourful curry somehow work together to create a perfect harmony, and you only have to try it to know what the hype is all about.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #02-100, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm, Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun. 9.30am – 8pm, Mon & Thurs

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#13 ​​Rong Xing Hakka Yong Tau Fu

Originally a stall in Tanjong Pagar Food Centre run by two sisters, a family feud saw the stall splitting into two, with one of the sisters moving to Taman Jurong Food Centre. The soup is wonderfully umami thanks to the addition of ikan bilis, and there’s a decent array of ingredients that were all fresh and tasty. The combination of soup, variety of ingredients and yummy sauces make this a very satisfying meal. No wonder they’re regarded as one of the best YTF in Singapore!

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #03-120, Singapore 618499

9am – 2.30pm, Wed & Thurs, Sat to Mon. Closed on Tues & Fri

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#14 Xin Sheng Gor Hiong Prawn Cracker

Now run by the second-generation, Xin Sheng Gor Hiong Prawn Cracker sells handmade ngoh hiang items such as prawn cracker, fried chicken wing, squid, century egg, fried beancurd, fish cakes and more. Pick and choose your favourite ingredients and you can also opt to have them with bee hoon to make it a complete meal. With the many media features and accolades, the stall has definitely come a long way since its pushcart beginnings. 

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Road, #03-163, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 11.30am – 9pm daily

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#15 Tom’s Kitchen

Tom’s Kitchen dishes out quality Western food in generous portions at affordable prices. Everything is under $10 and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth here! Run by an ex-hotel chef, the most popular items here are the grilled sirloin steak and grilled chicken chop which comes with a savoury mushroom sauce. Other yummy options include grilled salmon grilled pork chop, grilled lamb chop and pork cutlet.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #03-130, Singapore 618499
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5pm – 8.30pm, Mon to Wed, Fri & Sat. Closed on Thurs & Sun

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#16 Tian Lai Rice Stall

A roast meat stall famous for their delicious char siew, Tian Lai Rice Stall is so popular customers even start queueing before they are open! The char siew here is melt-in-your-mouth and beautifully charred. Together with the smokiness and sweet marinade, it’s not hard to see why fans regard it as some of the best char siew in Singapore. The roast pork with its crackly skin is delicious too, as is the roast duck that is flavourful and has no gamey odour at all!

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #02-66, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 9:30am – 1pm, Sun to Fri. Closed on Sat

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#17 Feng Zhen Lor Mee

A Michelin Plate stall, there are several Feng Zhen Lor Mee run by children and grandchildren of the matriarch. However, this stall at Taman Jurong is the grandmother’s stall and it’s been around for nearly 50 years. The sumptuous bowl of Lor Mee comes with generous toppings of pork belly, fish cakes, fried pork balls, and braised egg. And instead of the usual doughy fish nuggets, Feng Zhen gives hand pulled shreds of fried fish instead. The sauce is thick and luscious and perfect for slurping down. 

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Rd, #03-146, Singapore 618499

Opening Hours: 5:30am – 2pm, Tues to Sat. Closed Sun & Mon

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#18 Oriental Rojak

Rojak is a dish close to the hearts of Singaporeans — what’s not to love about this delicious concoction of fruits, vegetables, and dough fritters covered in sweet black sauce and chopped peanuts? Specialising in Rojak, this stall boasts nothing but that on their menu, and they serve this classic favourite especially well (at only $2.50, $3, $4, or $5 per plate). Oriental Rojak toasts their Tau Pok and You Tiao before serving them, and you can also choose to add dried cuttlefish, at an additional charge.

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#19 Yong Sheng

Yong Sheng offers classic fried hawker fare like their signature Fried Kway Teow and Fried Oyster Omelette — a good treat once in a while if you’re craving something greasy. Their widely popular White and Black Carrot Cake also has patrons joining long queues during peak hours, but it is definitely worth the wait to give this a taste!

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#20 Yang Jia Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

Helmed by a young couple, Yang Jia Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee serves smooth and generous plates of Fried Hokkien Noodles ($4, $5, $6, $7) in Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre. Although a relatively new hawker stall, they are extremely popular among patrons, so beware of the long queues! However, if you can wait, you will be rewarded with a fragrant, steaming plate of Hokkien Noodles enveloped in Wok-Hei (a charred and smoky aroma) that would leave you craving for more.

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#21 B.B.Q. Seafood

One of the most popular stalls at Taman Jurong Food Centre, 7 B.B.Q. Seafood is touted for serving one of the best sambal stingray dishes in Singapore. Apart from their signature Sambal Stingray ($10/13), they also offer Sambal Crayfish (3 for $15), Sambal Sotong ($12), Prawns ($15), and a variety of Fish (white fish, rabbit fish, and red snapper). The vegetable dishes available include Sambal Kangkong ($7) and Sambal Petai ($7). This is the perfect place to bring the family or a large group of friends for a hearty BBQ meal, but be sure to expect a long queue during dinner time!

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#22 Ye Lai Xiang Fruit Juice

It can get a little difficult to find healthy food in a hawker centre, and many of us do not have the habit of eating fruits on a daily basis. Ye Lai Xiang Fruit Juice sells a simple selection of fruit juice to accompany your meal, and they also have whole coconuts that you can sip from, which are especially sweet and refreshing in Singapore’s sweltering heat.

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#23 7 TEA Cafe 台灣茶飲小舖

Where you can find smooth and refreshing Bubble Tea, 7 TEA Cafe features a wide selection of toothsome and thirst-quenching drinks, offering more than 40 items on the menu! They are well-known among patrons for their delicious and affordable bubble tea. Featured in their Top 10 menu are the classic Milk Tea ($2.20), flavourful Hazelnut Milk Tea ($2.50), and the sweet and explosive Passion Fruit Ai-Yu QQ ($2.50). With prices and tastes like this, who needs any of the famous bubble tea chains?

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#24 The Dessert House

The heat in Singapore can get unbearable at times. To combat the humid weather, the idea of relishing a cold Ice Kachang is simply too enticing to resist for many! The Dessert House boasts an impressive selection of traditional, Asian old-school desserts like Chendol, Grass Jelly, and Longan Jelly that some of us might find nostalgic. You can also request for a customised order to your liking, by adding ingredients that you prefer over what is showcased on the fixed menu!

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#25 滋补养生小火锅 (Nourishing Mini Hotpot)

Run by a single stall owner, Nourishing Mini Hotpot serves affordable and nutritious Hot Pot meals starting from just $5! With six different types of meat and seafood to choose from, this stall offers a wide range of not just dishes, but also fragrant soups — including the classic Chicken Soup, a tantalising Tom Yam Soup, and their nourishing Herbal Soup. A perfectly balanced meal with a meat choice and a variety of other ingredients like Cabbage, Hotdogs, and Enoki Mushrooms all under $7 is not just great for your wallet, but also for your body and soul. However, this stall is hugely popular so prepare to wait during peak hours!

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#26 Hougang Jing Jia Mutton Soup

Hougang Jing Jia Mutton Soup serves mutton soup in different ways and provides an interesting gastronomic experience for those who are slightly more adventurous: Their menu items include Mutton Tendon Soup, Mutton Meatball Soup, Mutton Rib Soup, and Mixed Soup, served in small ($4), medium ($5), and large ($6) bowls. The rich soup is brewed with an assortment of different herbs, giving it a unique and fragrant flavour!

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#27 Ang Moh Zi Char

Owned by a Eurasian of Portuguese, Indian, and Chinese descent, the stall serves a fusion of Asian and Western dishes (with no use of pork or lard). Apart from the unique twist of serving rosti with an assortment of toppings like chicken chop, he offers Portuguese Flavoured Rice as an alternative, which comes with the same topping options. On top of that, he also sells family-sized sharing plates for larger groups. Perfect for group outings, this is a great choice if you’d like to try something different from standard hawker fare.

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#28 Chicken Box

Fried chicken is a widely popular choice in Western cuisine, and Chicken Box sells big spring chickens and crispy cutlets for an affordable price. Their 24K Golden Crispy Chicken ($7.80) is covered with a golden sauce made with real salted egg, and their Whole Spring Chicken ($11.80) is huge and juicy, with golden skin fried to an oily crunch. If you’re craving for seafood, Fish is also available, like their Grilled Fish Black Pepper ($7.50).

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#29 Tien Lai Rice Stall

Awarded the Michelin Plate in 2021, the highly raved Tien Lai Rice Stall is often sold out by around 12.30 PM (it would be wise to come early to avoid disappointment). Their mouthwatering and generous plates of roast meat on rice are served at affordable costs, with their Char Siew Rice, Roast Pork Rice, and Soy Sauce Chicken Rice priced from $3.00. You can also order plates that feature a mix of different meats (from $3.50). Their signature dish, the BBQ Char Siew Pork, is prepared with a secret recipe that produces the perfect char and honeyed caramelisation — the perfect meal for anyone, anywhere.

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#30 Yi Pin Tang

Highly recommended by diners and suitable for the health-conscious, Yi Pin Tang showcases a good variety of soups with pork ribs, including lotus, watercress, peanut and black bean, and old cucumber soup. The concentrated broth has been charcoal-simmered with pork bones, giving it a strong smokey flavour. This stall will remind you of the soups your grandparents made for you when you were a child. So head on down to Yi Pin Tang – a nutritious and refreshing choice for patrons in Singapore’s blistering weather!

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#31 Chi Huo

Chi Huo’s menu mainly comprises braised dishes like Braised Chicken Feet, Braised Pork, and Braised Chicken Cutlet. Their delicious Braised Chicken Feet Rice ($4.70) is served with braised egg, and braised tau pok, on a generous bed of fragrant white rice. You can also get the braised chicken feet and tau pok as side dishes, along with peanuts and fish cakes to share with family and friends or gobble them down on your own!

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#32 Hong Man Tian

At Hong Man Tian, you can choose to enjoy their delectable roasts with either rice, noodles, or hor fun, accompanied by a bowl of complimentary ABC soup. The soup is even brewed with duck neck and bones, infusing it with a strong, gamey flavour for all meat-lovers! They serve generous portions of meat and rice (doused in a secret-recipe sweet sauce) at affordable prices — their regular plate of rice with roasted duck meat and char siew is only $4-5!

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#33 Meng Kee

Meng Kee serves an enticing variety of claypot dishes at an economical price of $5. They also dish up braised pig trotters, braised pork, sesame chicken, Bak Kut Teh, pig’s liver and ginger, and spring onion Batang sliced fish. Their curry dishes include curry chicken, curry spare ribs, curry mutton, curry sotong, curry fish, and curry vegetables. The stall is touted for its braised pig trotters, which come in a sizzling pot filled with an impressive serving of meat that is fall-off-the-bone tender.

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#34 Seafood Fish Soup

If you’re a seafood lover or struggling to find a healthy option at the hawker centre, you might want to give Seafood Fish Soup a try. However, as their name suggests, their price point is a little higher. They offer a wide selection of fish soups, from the classic Sliced Fish Soup and Fried Fish Soup with rice or dry noodles ($5/$7/$9) to their Batang Fish Head Soup ($7/$9) and Red Grouper Sliced Fish ($8/$12). However, the stall might still be temporarily closed, so be sure to have a backup plan!

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