Best Shunfu Mart Food Centre stalls
After undergoing renovations last year, Shunfu Mart Food Centre is back and better than ever. The revamped hawker centre along Shunfu Road is now more spacious and clean, while still having many of the same delicious eats as before. If you’re thinking of dropping by to try the fare, then keep reading, for we’ll introduce you to 10 Shunfu Mart stalls worth checking out.
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- Best Shunfu Mart Food Centre stalls
- What to eat at Shunfu Mart Food Centre
1. Leong Hainanese Chicken Rice
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As a stall that’s received many plaudits from news outlets, Leong Hainanese Chicken Rice is a must-visit for anyone searching for the best chicken rice in Singapore. Although a plate here starts from just $3.80, you’ll get relatively generous portions of tender and juicy chicken with highly fragrant rice. Since there’s often a long queue for this stall, make sure you get there early to beat the crowd!
Unit number: #02-22
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am to 7pm
Tel: 8319 6173
Leong Hainanese Chicken Rice is not a halal-certified eatery.
2. Dong Nan Wanton Noodles
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For some scrumptious mee, check out Dong Nan Wanton Noodles. The stall serves up Malaysian-style wonton mee—that means each noodle strand is thoroughly coated with a rich and savoury dark soy sauce. The char siew here is said to be tender and well-roasted, and the meaty wontons are no slouches, either. A plate here starts from $3.50.
To introduce some variety to your meal, you can also get the Shredded Chicken Hor Fun ($3.50) from this stall.
Unit number: #02-04
Opening hours: Mon 9:30am to 2pm, Tue-Sat 8am to 3pm
Dong Nan Wanton Noodles is not a halal-certified eatery.
3. Chocolat N’ Spice
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Chocolat N’ Spice is well-known for its affordable muffins that have consistently remained of high quality. Recommended picks here include the Blueberry Muffin ($2), which is said to possess a nice fruity flavour and a fluffy, dense interior, and the aromatic and nutty Coffee Walnut Muffin ($1.50).
They also sell plenty of cakes, cookies, brownies, and everything is baked fresh on-site, so do drop by the stall to check out all its offerings.
Unit number: #02-12
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 7:30am to 2:30pm
Tel: 9383 0413
Chocolat N’ Spice is not a halal-certified eatery.
4. Lai Heng Fried Kuay Teow & Cooked Food
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Lai Heng Fried Kway Teow & Cooked Food, located at Shunfu Mart Food Centre, is a highly popular stall that often attracts snaking queues. It’s known for its Fried Kway Teow (from $3), which is said to be particularly silky and full of wok hei. Many have also noted that this rendition is soupier than your usual dry kway teow. Don’t forget to get an Otah ($1.20), too, as it is meaty and wonderfully spicy.
Unit number: #02-20
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 9:30am to 4pm, Sun 10:30am to 4pm
Tel: 9183 1684
Lai Heng Fried Kuay Teow & Cooked Food is not a halal-certified eatery.
5. Marsiling Teochew Fish Soup
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For fish soup that’ll warm the soul, try Marsiling Teochew Fish Soup. Like most stalls of its ilk, you have the Sliced Fish Soup (from $5.50) option, which gets you fresh slices of fish in a delicious broth, and also Fried Fish Soup (from $5.50), a version with crispy fried fish. If you’d like bolder flavours, the Tom Yam Seafood Soup ($6) is worth a shot, too—it also comes with ingredients other than just fish, such as chunky prawns.
Unit number: #02-07
Opening hours: Thurs-Tue 8am to 7pm
Tel: 8116 4339
Marsiling Teochew Fish Soup is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Wak Limah Stall
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Wak Limah Stall offers comforting, no-frills Malay food. You’ve got all the classics here, including Nasi Lemak ($4), Mee Siam ($4), and Mee Rebus ($4). The mee siam in particular is said to have a balanced sweet and sour taste, while also featuring a generous amount of ingredients. Wak Limah opens really early in the morning, so if you’re looking for a breakfast fix, this is a good place to drop by.
Unit number: #02-15
Opening hours: Sat-Thurs 6:30am to 1:30pm
Wak Limah Stall is a Muslim-owned eatery.
7. Quan Ann Prawn Mee
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With a bowl starting from just $4, Quan Ann Prawn Mee offers affordable renditions of old-school hae mee. With fresh prawns and moreish umami broth, the soup version of the dish is perfect for a cold day. But if you’re there on a hot day, then the dry version of the dish may be better. You’ll be able to enjoy springy noodles tossed with piquant chilli and sweet prawns to complement it.
Unit number: #02-11
Opening hours: Daily 6am to 3pm
Quan Ann Prawn Mee is not a halal-certified eatery.
8. Mei Zhen Hakka Delicacies
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Mei Zhen Hakka Delicacies is known for its many yam-based treats. The Taro Skin Turnip Dumpling ($1.20 per piece), for instance, has sweet turnip stuffed inside a smooth and earthy taro wrapping. Another fun dish to try is the Abacus Yam Balls (from $5), which gets you chewy and QQ balls of sweet and nutty taste. For something more comforting, the Yam Porridge (from $3) is a good shout.
Unit number: #02-26
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 6:30am to 1pm, Sat-Sun 6:30am to 2:30pm
Tel: 9799 0397
Mei Zhen Hakka Delicacies is not a halal-certified eatery.
9. Huat Heng Fried Prawn Mee & Prawn Mee Soup
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Hae mee fans will love Shunfu Mart, as it offers not just one, but two prawn noodle stalls. The other one is Huat Heng Fried Prawn Mee & Prawn Mee Soup, which offers bowls starting from $4. If you like your prawns chunky, then you can get Big Prawn Noodles ($7) instead. There are also Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles (from $5) here too for those who prefer the wok hei goodness of fried hokkien mee.
Unit number: #02-09
Opening hours: Sat-Wed 6am to 1:30pm
Huat Heng Fried Prawn Mee & Prawn Mee Soup is not a halal-certified eatery.
10. Heng Heng Bao Bing
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Heng Heng Bao Bing is a fascinating stall, as it’s known for two dishes that are an unlikely pair: fishball noodles and popiah. It’s not uncommon to see patrons order both of these together for a particularly hearty meal. A solid bowl of Fishball Noodles starts from $3.50 here, while a piece of Popiah goes for $1.70. Word is that the popiah here is packed with flavourful ingredients, with thin yet chewy popiah skin.
Unit number: #02-05
Opening hours: Sat-Thurs 10am to 6pm, Fri 9:30am to 7pm
Heng Heng Bao Bing is not a halal-certified eatery.
What to eat at Shunfu Mart Food Centre
These were 10 great stalls to try out at Shunfu Mart Food Centre. Getting there is relatively easy, as it’s a seven-minute walk away from Upper Thomson MRT Station.
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Feature image adapted from Isaac Basil, @jas_raine, @kopitehc, @nadidr, @pineapple.petcorn.eats, and @preference_of_a_gourmand.
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