Not to be confused with Teck Ghee Court Market, Teck Ghee Market & Food Centre is also known as 409 AMK Market & Food Centre. The locale is a popular haunt for nearby resident with its variety of yummy and affordable eats. From mee siam to fish soup, wanton mee and char kway teow, here at 10 yummy eats at Teck Ghee Market & Food Centre.
Shi Xian has been drawing long queues consistently for over 40 years for its assam-rich mee siam and housemade chilli. While the plate looks simple in presentation, it was anything but. The flavoursome gravy is incredibly rich and fragrant, and the bee hoon soaks up all the yummy goodness.
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-24, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 7 am–12:30 pm Wed to Sun. Closed Mon & Tues
The Char Kway Teow at this popular stall is served with your classic mix of yellow noodles and kway teow, with an array of ingredients – lup cheong, egg, fishcake, cockles, beansprouts, and pork lard. The char kway teow here is a wetter version and the noodles have a slightly mushier texture. In terms of flavour, it leans towards the sweeter side while still having a pleasant savouriness to it. Tying the flavours together is an amazing wok hei, which is much more prominent than other stalls.
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-13, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 10:30 AM–5 PM Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
Long Kee specialises in only one dish and it draws in a queue consistently, with most of them being regular customers. Serving up only white carrot cake, what’s different here is that unlike most stalls cooking them with an egg crust, here the carrot cake is stir-fried much like black carrot cake. Fried with a concoction of sauces that include black bean sauce and fish sauce, the dish is incredibly fragrant with a mouthwatering aroma.
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-19, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 8 AM–12 PM daily
The owners of Eng Ho are relatives of Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee and Ah Hock Fried Hokkien Noodles. Similarly, they also use thin bee hoon in their hokkien mee, which soaks up all the broth’s goodness. Ingredients-wise, it comes with the usual trimmings of egg, prawns, squid and sliced pork. If you prefer the wetter variety of hokkien mee, this will definitely suit your taste buds. And if you love spice, their belachan chilli is a must-try!
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-34, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 4–10:30 PM Wed to Sun. Closed Mon & Tues
Head over to Han Jiang Fish Soup for a portion of comfort food. Here, you’ll be able to get bowls of soul-warming fish soup with batang fish or red snapper. While the soup looks light, it is actually a complex blend of savoury and sweet. Other ingredients include tomatoes, bitter gourd, parsley, tofu, lettuce, dried seaweed, tee po (dried sole fish), and ikan bilis.
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-15, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 12–2 PM, 5:30–9 PM Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
The wanton mee here is tossed in a savoury and spicy sauce, and the noodles are cooked al dente. While the char siew is pretty normal, the dish also comes with fried wantons and soup wantons. The fried ones are sinfully delightful, and wantons are plump and filled with ingredients. The stall also does a Signature Wanton Noodle, which comes with added chicken feet and braised pork ribs!
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-14, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 4–11:30 AM Tues & Wed, Sat & Sun
As its shop name suggests, the specialty here is actually dry style kway teow mee. The highlight of the dish is the fragrant sauce mix made with pork lard oil, fried shallots and a spicy homemade sambal. The dish comes served with fishballs, fishcake, sliced meat and minced meat. It also comes with a side of soup which is loaded with natural sweetness from long hours of boiling pork bones.
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-37, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 7 AM–2 PM Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon
There are a myriad of items on the menu, but the most popular item at 33 Vegetarian is the Healthy Vegetarian Chicken Rice Set. The owners actually used to sell real chicken rice before they became vegetarians! The set comes with both steamed and roasted “chicken”, alongside achar, veggies, rice and soup. The rice is fragrant and not overly oily, and while mock chicken can’t ever really taste like real chicken, the dish is still yummy and satisfying while being healthy!
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-33, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 12:30–8 PM Thurs to Mon. Closed Tues & Wed
Here in a group or with family for a meal? Xin Yun serves up no-frills fish head steamboat with fresh and thick chunks of fish alongside usual suspects such as fried yam, lettuce and seaweed. Expect a bit of a waiting time especially on weekends as the uncle is the only one cooking at the stall. Apart from fish head steamboat, the stall also serves a variety of tze char dishes.
Address: 409A Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-01, Singapore 561409
Opening Hours: 11 AM–10 PM daily
Yummy Western serves simple, classic Western food. Dishes like Black Pepper Chicken Chop, Pork Cutlet and Fish & Chips will no doubt remind you of your childhood. Served with sides of fries, beans, and toast, it will leave you very satisfied especially if you’re looking for something other than the typical Asian fare!
Address: 409 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-29/30, Singapore 560409
Opening Hours: 3–10 PM Tues to Sun. Closed on Mon