7 Must Try Dishes At The New Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre

Because you were Pokemon hunting over the weekend, you’d be forgiven for not knowing that the Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre and Market (BPHC) was officially opened!  Although only in operation for a few months before the official launch, some of the food stalls have already gained recognition, both in terms of taste as well as affordable pricing. Here are the 7 Must Try Dishes At The New Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre.


Managed by NTUC Foodfare with the aim of meeting residents’ needs for quality, tasty and affordable food, the Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre in NTUC Secretary-General Chan Chun Sing’s words is an example of how “NTUC social enterprises are widening their social footprint to provide relevant, accessible and affordable services to our working people.”

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Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre has price caps on two basic meals per stall in place to meet the needs of the budget conscious and needy. In addition, Comcare cardholders would be able to purchase a full meal consisting of 2 vegetables and 1 meat dish at a concession rate of $1.50 from Rice Garden, a social outreach programme initiated by NTUC Foodfare in 2009. Rice Garden currently has 27 outlets in Singapore and NTUC Foodfare aims to raise this number to 40 by end this year.

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7 Must Try Items of Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre

1. Like Pudding

Specialising in Taiwan-style flavoured dessert puddings with toppings made from scratch, Like Pudding has affordable options as well as local delights such as tau suan and cheng tng at $1.20!

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2. Lor Mee from Zai Lai Prawn Noodle

At $2.70 a bowl, it’s a great deal for the amount of ingredients (comprising egg, ngoh hiang, fish, pork etc) that come along with the tasty gravy and noodles.

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3. 169 May Fish Soup

Fresh and thick slices of fish with a generous serving, we hear this one is popular for health junkies. If clear soup is not your thing, indulge in the Tom Yum soup base.

4. Father & Son’s Fried (Carrot Cake And Char Kway Teow)

At $2.70 a plate of char kway teow, this is one local delight not to be missed. Craving for carrot cake instead, they’re just $2.50 or $3 a plate. Great taste and a great price – what more could you ask!

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5. Xin Ban Mian

Comfort food for many Singaporeans, Xin Ban Mian offers a hearty bowl brimming with ingredients at $3.50. We hear the soup is flavourful yet not salty which makes for a perfect meal… especially on rainy days! Mmmm!

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6. You Xiang Teochew Noodles

With over 30 years of experience, you can be sure you’re getting the real deal at You Xiang Teochew Noodles! The noodles have a chewy bounce to it and at $2.70, you won’t be disappointed with the ingredients it comes with.

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7. Beauty World Hakka Handmade Yong Tau Fu

This outlet was previously from the Beauty World food court and shifted over. The owner hand makes the yong tau foo daily so you can be guaranteed of its freshness!

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Of course, do not forget to end off your meal with delicious local desserts!

We hope you enjoyed our selection of 7 Must Try Items At The New Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre. Share with us your favourite store in the comments below too!

2 Comments on this Post

  1. BP 卤肉饭is expensive and portion is small. Only suitable for tea break. just fyi

  2. Wow… They look so Yummy… make me feel hungry…


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