It’s one heck of a meal over at Rayyan’s Waroeng Upnormal with a supersized plate of Indonesian smashed fried chicken. This hawker stall prides itself on Balinese-Japanese fusion fare, all the while offering classic dishes like ayam penyet (from $5.50) and more unique ones like the tempura pollock fish ($6.50). They also have rice bowls like Balinese Gyudon ($6.50) and Eggbowl Cheesesteak ($8).
Over at Amoy Street Food Centre, there is good food aplenty. We would know: the Time Out Singapore office is right around the corner. But with piping hot bowls of fish soup and massive plates of ayam penyet, it’s the epitome of choice paralysis and we struggle with “what to eat” on the regular. Now, there’s no need to waste valuable time pondering long and hard over lunch time plans – these 10 best hawker stalls at Amoy Street Food Centre are what you should be trying next.
Everyone has their own hawker favourites, but hey, we’re just speaking as hungry folks who’ve braved the Amoy Street crowds during the dreaded lunch hour. We’ve even lined up for what’s touted as the longest queue at this popular hawker centre (hint: second on our list).