Stall & Food Court
Nice curry rice with old school ambianceOne of the best curry rice place in Singapore . Rice come with curry long bean and cabbage by default . Wide selection to choose from they have Fish , chicken , lamb , fish head curry and many more selection.
Space are limited so come early if you want to sit down and have your meal. Tried the mutton curry rice , spice is just right and meat is tender with no overpowering Mutton smell or taste.Briyani available on Friday , sat ,sun.Encik Tan Signature NoodleReview: Encik Tan Signature Noodle @ Northpoint
Tried the Encik Tan Signature Noodle and found it to be surprisingly tasty. Right-size noodle portion served with a bowl of soup that has fish balls and more in it. All that for just $5. Its an enjoyable no fuss meal in a clean air-conditioned environment.Masala Thosai @ Al AzharReview: Masala Thosai @ 11 Cheong Chin Nam Road (Bukit Timah, opposite Beauty World)
Ordered masala thosai with ice lemon tea. The spices for the thosai are nice but the thosai itself is a disappointment. Not crispy at all. Too soft like soggy and the content is little. Perhaps because it is $3? I wouldnt come back for the thosai.CoffeeCoffee not bad
Good Ambience - it's an early morning 7 am. - cool - not crowded at Marsiling Hawker centre Teh Tarik CartelMy Quick Fix Tea time with curry puff Sgd2 for 3 or grrrr sgd1 for 1.
Tea is nice. Ambience hawker environment. No complaints. It get me by for the next meal..Yong Tau Foo @ Bagus Causeway PointReview: Yong Tau Foo @ Bagus Causeway Point
Its a must try when you are at Bagus, Causeway Point. The choices are quite extensive and a plate of minimum 7 pieces will just costs you $5.20 with 50 cents more if you ask for a bowl of rice or yellow mee. But do check as some of the items costs more (ie not part of the 7 choices for the standard price). The sambal is nice. Always a good choice when you are lost for choice.Mee Goreng Mama @ Marsiling MallReview: Mee Goreng Mama at Marsiling Mall
Ordered mixed mee goreng which cost $4/-. Short wait, reasonable portion and taste quite good. Not too and not too wet and the mee when prepared and served looks inviting. However, I don't see not taste much meat in it which you can normally find in a mee that price. Laksa @ Mukmin BedokA sudden craving for Laksa had me travelling quite a distance from my comfort zone in Chai Chee to Mukmin Restaurant at Blk 129 Bedok North Avenue 2. This nondescript stall tucked at a corner came highly recommended among the few Laksa sellers in Bedok. Truth be told it was a tad too salty for my liking. It could be better with more santan (coconut milk). The lack of enough santan brought out the fishiness of the gravy which rendered the dish overall salty. I reckon the stall is much better off with its Kacang Pool which quite a number of customers were ordering on this rainy day, Friday 8th January 2020. At $3, the Laksa was alright but the salty aftertaste lingered.Mee Rebus @ Blk 131 Marsiling RoadReview: Mee Rebus Nur Muslim Delight
This is probably the cheapest Mee Rebus. The reason why I said that is because this serving of Mee Rebus bowl can actually feed 2 pax and it is only $3 (add 50 cents if you want the Bagedil). The gravy is even nice to be eaten on its own, sambal is great, more than enough mee put in, egg and a good sprinkle of friend onions. Not the best I have tasted in Singapore and presentation could have been better but overall a really good Mee Rebus that if you are in Marsiling, you should not give it a miss.