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Hawker Centres

Hawker Centres Directory

The hawker centre is the genuine Singaporean foodie experience - a large, sheltered but fairly open venue with ceiling or wall fans for ventilation. Food here is cheap and good - if it isn't, stalls go out of business very quickly. Be prepared to be spoilt for choice - a wide variety of local cuisines are offered at any of the hawker centres situated around the island.

The atmosphere at hawker centres is casual and generally raucous - find a place to sit, choose which stall(s) you want to patronise, order your food (from as many stalls as you like), and indicate your table number. For stalls with a self-service policy, you will have to wait for your dishes to be prepared before picking them up yourself. Payment is done when the food is served. Either way, you will end up with a feast before you to tantalise your tastebuds.

Find a list of the most popular hawker centres below.


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Albert Centre Market and Foodcourt
Albert Centre Market and Foodcourt
270 Queen Street, Blk 270 S180270
Strategically located near places of interests like the famous Guan Yin Temple and Bugis Village, the hawker centre is popular with both locals and tourists alike. A wide array of good local cuisines is served by well-known stalls operating at the hawker centre. The hawker centre is also famous for dried seafood items and textiles, sold at the lock-up stalls withiin the market section.
Amoy Street Food Centre
Amoy Street Food Centre
7 Maxwell Road S069111
Located in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District (CBD), Amoy Street Food Centre offers a wide variety of hawker delights, and is frequented regularly by office workers - especially during lunch hours on weekdays. Despite its obvious worn down facade, this food centre contains famous stalls that are extremely popular with Singaporeans and visitors.