Hawking in Singapore

Fotor1103232047Hawker centers are all over Singapore. They are lively, colorful food courts selling a variety of cheap food, from local to exotic dishes with various Asian and Western influences. It is because there are so many of them that most locals prefer to eat out than cook at home. These places are clean, food is good and inexpensive with lots of choices and it is hassle free!

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Indian Hawker Center at Tekka Market
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Indian Hawker Center at Tekka Market
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Makansutra Gluttons Bay hawker center at the Esplanade waterfront
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Makansutra Gluttons Bay hawker center at the Esplanade waterfront
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Ang Mo Kio Central Market and Food Center
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Ang Mo Kio Central Market and Food Center

Don’t forget the Philippines!

Filipino cuisine is also slowly finding its way here. I have seen at least 4 or 5 hawker stalls  (Jollibee not included) in the areas where I’ve eaten. It’s not surprising with a population of approximately 170,000 Filipinos living and working in Singapore, Filipino food is something a Pinoy would surely miss!

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The ubiquitous Gerry’s Grill
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Found this at Lau Pa Sat hawker center in the Central Business District
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Lau Pa Sat hawker center

Now if the food choices are too many, don’t even get confused with the drinks. They come in buckets of choices!

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See what I mean?

Happy eating (and drinking)!!!

6 thoughts on “Hawking in Singapore

  1. Oh my goodness…. I can see your problem now, this looks like a dream, so much food choice, I might have to live there for a couple of weeks! Some of those drinks look absolutely intriguing too.

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