4 Recommended Amoy Street Food Centre Stalls that you must try!
Below is the list of must-try Amoy Street Food Centre stalls that will satisfy your belly without burning a hole in your pocket.
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The four recommended stalls for you to try when you are at Amoy Street Food Centre:
Amoy Street Food Centre is just 5 mins walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT station and 5 mins walk from Telok Ayer MRT Station. (Google Map Direction)
1. Spice & Rice
Spice & Rice offers 3 different sets of Nasi Lemak ranging from classic fried chicken (S$7.9), butter chicken (S$7.9) and sambal petai prawns (S$9.9). Their latest special addition to the menu is Beef Rendang Nasi Lemak (S$9.9). Their Nasi Lemak is different from the Nasi Lemak that we always know. They use basmati coconut rice instead of the traditional white coconut rice. Another fun fact: they do not use MSG in their food. Come and give them a try! Spice & Rice is your healthier option for Nasi Lemak.
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Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, #01-15 Singapore 069111
(Mon - Fri) 11.00 am – 02.30 pm
(Sat) 10.00 am – 02.30 pm
(Sun) Closed or Special Event
2. Pepper Bowl
Pepper Bowl offers three main proteins ranging from beef, pork and chicken. You can choose between black pepper flavour or spring onion flavour. The stall also provides either rice or Hor Fun to complete your dish! Top up your meal with onsen egg for just S$0.60. Pepper Bowl’s signature dish is the black pepper beef hor fun for S$ 5.50. My favourite is Black Pepper Beef Rice (S$5.50) with Onsen Egg! It really tastes like home!
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Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, #02-102 Singapore 069111
(Mon - Fri) 11.00 am – 03.00 pm
Closed on Weekends
Facebook: Pepperbowl @AmoyStreetFoodCentre
3. A Noodle Story
A Singapore-created dish that presents you a fusion of Japanese ramen and Hong Kong wonton noodles in one bowl of happiness. It claims to be the first and only Singapore-style ramen in town. Since its establishment in 2013, it has made numerous Michelin Bib Gourmand lists! One bowl of Singapore-style Ramen consists of Hong Kong style prawn wontons, soy-flavoured onsen egg, two slices of tender cha-su, crispy potato-wrapped prawn, freshly sliced scallions and red pepper on top of its thin and springy noodles. Starting at S$9 a bowl!
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Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, #01-39 Singapore 069111
(Mon - Fri) 11.15 am – 01.30 pm | 05.15 pm – 07.00 pm
(Sat) 11.00 am – 01.15 pm
(Sun, PH) Closed
Website: A Noodle Story
4. Coffee Break
Coffee Break offers you a modern twist to your traditional Kopi & Teh! Some flavours you can choose to pair up with your traditional milk coffee or milk tea will be Black Sesame, Masala Chai, Melon Milk, Peppermint, Sea Salt Caramel, and Taro Milk. You can also pair up your latte/mocha/chocolate with various flavours like Hazelnut, Sea Salt Caramel, Sea Salt Mint, Butter Pecan, Caramel, etc. So many options to choose from and their fancy coffee flavours will make you feel as if you were at a cafe and not a hawker centre.
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Address: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, #02-78 Singapore 069111
(Mon - Fri) 07.30 am – 14.30 pm
(Sat) 09.30 am – 02.30 pm
Website: Coffee Break
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