Monday, 2 December 2013

Whampoa Food Centre

Stopped by Whampoa Food Centre for dinner after catching a movie at Shaw Plaza. Heard there are a lot of nice food there, similar to our popular Changi Village Market & Food Centre. It wasn't part of the plan, hence we just randomly ordered some food to stomach our hunger, and overall it was quite satisfying :)

We had the Chicken Claypot rice ($6.00) which is big enough to be shared among 2 pax. It is hard to spot such hawkers preparing the food directly with the claypot, as most just cooked it from a wok, and dished it out onto a claypot to make it look nice. What's special is that they have included salted egg at the bottom, which is sufficient to enhance the taste. As I am a disliker for salted fish, I felt that this is not necessary.

Stir well, guys :)

Ordered a small plate of Ngo Hiang (五香) ($5.20) consisting of five items. It used to be my favorite when I was still in primary school, till I started on the Indian Rojak, which I felt as much yummy and nicer than the Chinese version. And I still stick to my preference :P

Two barbequed chicken wings ($2.40). Squeeze out the lime juice, and nothing should stop you from putting it into your mouth!

Accessible through a small slip road down a slope, entering Whampoa Drive by Balestier Road. It may not be easy to spot by the main road, so do keep a lookout if you are just nearby :)

Whampoa Food Centre

90 Whampoa Drive
Singapore 320090


  1. the satay beehoon and cuttlefish kang kong stall at whampoa food centre is also a worthy visit if you visit again!

    1. Hi cy, thanks for your recommendation :) Know there are lots of good food in whampoa, but didnt did any research as it was an impromptu. Haha.

  2. The hokkien mee is famous too, if you're going back there for a 2nd time!