@ Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer (30 Raffles Avenue, #01-09/12 Singapore Flyer, 039803)
The hawker centre at the Singapore Flyer is known as the Singapore Food Trail. It’s one of few places in the city area to get hawker food (the others are Newton Circus Food Centre, Makansutra Gluttons Bay next to the Esplanade and Lau Pat Sat.) What sets the Singapore Food Trail apart is the ambience. The place is set in 1960s Singapore, complete with then-hip 1960s music played in the background – without the smelly drains, litter, heat……….. you get the idea.
Because of its (tourist) location, the food is priced slightly higher. Instead of the regular $3 for a bowl of Jess’ favourite wanton noodles at a residential heartland hawker centre, it costs $5 here. If you don’t have much time to explore all of Singapore’s food and you happen to be taking a ride on the Singapore Flyer, then having a meal here is great. Having some friends with you would give you more food options! We love to share food here in Singapore, the more people you have with you, the more food variety you can order and try. 🙂 Yay!
As what our friends commented, the bak chor mee (minced pork noodles) was pretty good. Having eaten tons of wonton meen (noodles) in Singapore, Jess would give the wonton meen she tried here 2.8/5. *high standards*. The Hainanese Chicken Rice which a group of tourists were queuing for was just so-so according to our friends. Other items which we had in the video you can try too:
Satay Bee Hoon: Vermicelli with cuttlefish, kang kong (a type of vegetable) in peanut sauce
Char kway tiao: Noodles fried with sweet black sauce, Chinese sausage and cockles
Oyster omelette (aka orh luak): Tapioca starch fried with eggs and oysters
Prawn noodles: Noodles, prawns and fishcake in a broth boiled for hours with prawn and pork ribs
Desserts: Cheng teng, Chendol, Ice kacang
Other foods in Singapore to try: