Ping Kee Pohpiah is good stuff. The CKT + otah also. I don't usually order much else whenever I'm at Sembawang Hills, but I think I shall try the Red Sea Curry Rice the next I go there. Thanks for the recommendation!
I agree with Yapster. The fish soup (which i usually have that for breakfast 2 times a week) is not salty, so perhaps something went wrong that day ? I usu have it with maggi mee and add $1 more for extra slices of fish
I frequent this food centre almost every weekday (for breakfast and sometimes dinner) as i live about 5 mins drive away. Do note that only a few stalls are opened for dinner.
Wonder why no one mentioned the Char Kway Teow stall. Its operated by the son of the Lakeview Char Kway Teow (which is in Shunfu market) and its good. Not too oily and very well fried. Usually order the $1 otah as well.
Apart from the fish soup, others stalls i usually eat when i am there are :
a) Tat Poh Chicken Rice - not too bad, old school style with al dente rice and pretty nice soup. Been there for almost 20 years
b) Red Sea Curry Rice - Economical rice run by an old lady. She opens on weekdays only and open stall from 8am till about 1pm. usually sold out by then. Home cooked, great tasting food. Just looking at the displayed food makes u feel like ordering 5 items to go with rice for breakfast
c) Carrot cake. Not the best i had but i somehow like it cos it has a strong garlickly taste to it (black version).
d) Satay - opened in the evenings only (5pm - 730pm or when sold out) i think someone has mentioned this in another thread. The meat is really good, especially the pork ones.
e) Ping Kee popiah - been there for many years too. Nice for just $1.20
f) Fruits/Fruit juice - the one behind fish soup stall. Be prepared to wait for 10 mins for fruits as the brothers take pride in presenting them nicely on a platter. fruit juice comes in a nice tall beer-style glass. Opened only in the evening
g) Pasta & Grill - already mentioned. Good value
h) Zi Char stall - there is a zi char stall that opens for lunch and dinner (till about 830pm). Its a few stores to the left of Char Kay Teow. Not bad
i) Wanton mee - this stall is behind the Red Sea Curry, a corner stall. Dry wanton mee is black sauce type, so if you like that, can try.
hi big tummy, yes i think perhaps the uncle tried to impress but in e end, put too much salt, so reverse effect..
i had tried lakeview ckt before & thought nothing of it.. maybe e son did better??
i have been eating mee pok tar (chinese linguine) for breakfast at sembawang hills hawker centre stall 23 for many many weeks already. it's become a default breakfast food b4 sending hubby to work but we never seem to get sick of it. the dry noodle is crunchy (QQ bite-consistency) with only bean-sprouts. the other stuff like prawns, fish ball, sliced fish cake and sliced pork are swimming in a big bowl of piping hot soup. (drool drool...today had...tmr...yessss!!!)
Just tried Pasta & Grill...pasta marinara. Very generous serving with lots of ingredients...but I tend to think the pasta is a bit too watery and soft for my taste. On the whole, rather decent and value for money if u look at the ingredients they provided.
richmond: Go search for Citrus By The Pool (Western Food @ Woodlands Swimming Complex). Have tried their best selling western food Roast chicken with citrus sauce at $7.80 only with restaurant service. [br][br] Also must try their Signature Dish The Duck Confit!! Yummy! [br]
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