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Snippets: Where and What to Eat in Serangoon Gardens Market & Food Centre | Best Hawker Stalls to Try at the Gardens!

SingaporeAs one of the most famous hawker centres in Singapore, Serangoon Gardens Market & Food Centre has good ventilation, varied mix of stalls and generally high quality of options. Here are some of our top picks in this food centre, which include the likes of Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle and Garden Street Kway Chap!


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Seng Kee Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle
This stall is one of the most popular in Serangoon Gardens. Famous for its Fish Maw Noodle and Fish Maw Soup, Seng Kee sure does not come cheap at S$10 or S$12 by hawker fare standards. Go for the signature fish maw soup which comes with pretty generous fish maw, though the best part is really the taste of the luscious soup itself. (Read more here…)
Where: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-36, Singapore 555945

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Garden Street Kway Chap
With a history as far back as 1950s, this stall is my childhood Kway Chap memories since its early days at Blanco Court, which is the present site of Raffles Hospital. It shifted to Hougang for a few years after Blanco Court, before being at Serangoon Gardens today. The stall is helmed by owner Mr Koh’s son today, who was a qualified pilot before deciding to take over the stall. The Kway Chap and ingredients are fresh here, especially the pork meat which is very tender.
Where: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-21, Singapore 555945

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Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery
This old school bakery is an old time favourite, with buns averaging S$1. There are many flavours such as curry, kaya, cheese for the bread, and it also sells cakes like walnut and banana. Cheap and good, that’s what makes it still a relevant stall today.
Where: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-45, Singapore 555945

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Siang Hee Seafood (双喜菜馆)
One of the most popular Zi Char stall in Serangoon, Siang Hee Seafood serves affordable Zi Char fares with signatures such as its salted egg pork ribs. The menu is extensive, which makes it a good option to head to if you have a big group.
Where: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-36, Singapore 555945

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Soon Huat Pig’s Organ Soup (顺发猪杂汤)
Another popular store here at Serangoon Gardens Market & Food Centre. You can usually find the store here just be spotting its snaking queue. Light pork broth which the kitchen generous top-up at request, this is a must-have a this hawker centre. The store also serve up other braised items, included pig innards.
Where: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-42, Singapore 555945

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Ah Seng Braised Duck
This Teochew-style braised duck has been a mainstay at the hawker centre, even before the renovation. Always getting long queues, diners join in to wait for the tender and soft duck meats. Make sure you order other sides too, including the Braised Pork and Pepper Soup.
Where: 49A Serangoon Garden Way, #01-44, Singapore 555945

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2 Comments on Snippets: Where and What to Eat in Serangoon Gardens Market & Food Centre | Best Hawker Stalls to Try at the Gardens!

  1. Alson Siew // June 15, 2019 at 13:44 // Reply

    The Bossi Ban Mian is extraordinary yummie😋

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