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18 Steamed Food & Claypot Rice

18 Steamed Food & Claypot Rice is the stall you head to when you have a hunger to satiate yet feel the need for clean eating. Here, you will find a range of healthy steamed items and authentic claypot rice, chockful of wholesome ingredients. 

You also stand to win awesome prizes in our Jalanhuat giveaway here! From 15 March to 25 April, weekly draw prizes including a $150 Tuck Shop app credit that may be redeemed for purchases at Yishun Park Hawker Centre; $30 voucher from Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and zero waste grocery bulk food store, Unpackt; and many more will be up for grabs. The grand draw comprising three top prizes will be open to all participants for the duration of the campaign period and winners will be announced on 1 May 2021. Winners of the second and third prize in the Grand Draw will receive an Apple Watch Series 3 and $188 Grab voucher respectively; while a staycation at Wanderlust hotel and heritage trail of Jalan Besar awaits for the top prize winner. Excited? Simply head down and scan the Jalanjalan QR code displayed at the stall to win big!

 

33 Vegetarian Food

Craving for a fragrant plate of chicken rice on Meatless Monday? Well, you can chow down on a version cooked by a chicken-rice-hawker-turned-vegetarian. On the menu are western-style items such as “chicken” burger and nuggets, but the star here is the Healthy Chicken Rice Set: a commendable replica of the real deal in terms of how it looks. Artfully plated in geometric porcelain dishes, the set comes with mock chicken slices, a mound of fluffy rice, homemade sauces and dips, blanched greens, and a comforting bowl of soup. While the “roast chicken” is made with fried beancurd skin, much effort must have been put to create a mock version of steamed chicken – complete with silky “skin”. Regulars also give a thumbs-up for their fragrant rice and chilli sauce.

4 Hands Cooking

Headed by S-League and national football player, Juma’at Bin Jantan, 4 Hands Cooking is a family-run business bringing home-cooked traditional Malay cuisine to Yishun Park Hawker Centre. Their recipes have been passed down from generations and improved through the years. Traditional favourites like mee rebus, nasi lemak ayam, sotong nasi sambal goreng are available and they even have a signature soto kentang ball (minced meat covered in mashed potato shaped into a ball) which is a popular dish in Indonesia.

You also stand to win awesome prizes in our Jalanhuat giveaway here! From 15 March to 25 April, weekly draw prizes including a $150 Tuck Shop app credit that may be redeemed for purchases at Yishun Park Hawker Centre; $30 voucher from Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and zero waste grocery bulk food store, Unpackt; and many more will be up for grabs. The grand draw comprising three top prizes will be open to all participants for the duration of the campaign period and winners will be announced on 1 May 2021. Winners of the second and third prize in the Grand Draw will receive an Apple Watch Series 3 and $188 Grab voucher respectively; while a staycation at Wanderlust hotel and heritage trail of Jalan Besar awaits for the top prize winner. Excited? Simply head down and scan the Jalanjalan QR code displayed at the stall to win big!

 

51 Noodle House 51面屋

Get your regular bak cor mee amped up with a creamy onsen egg and Japanese style chaw siew at 51 Noodle House 51面屋. This creative take on the local classic is the brainchild of young hawkers Darren Teo and Henry Yap (incidentally, co-owners of Seafood Pirates, also located in Yishun Park Hawker Centre). The inventive duo have wowed not just hungry diners, but also industry folk: they were invited to cook at events such as Sky High Hawker held at Marina Bay Sand's Ce La Vi, and will be taking their wares to Fullerton Hotel in April 2021. While you are visiting the stall, try their Ipoh curry noodles too, which have also garnered some rave reviews.

You also stand to win awesome prizes in our Jalanhuat giveaway here! From 15 March to 25 April, we have loads of prizes up for grabs in our weekly draws: think $150 Tuck Shop app credit that may be redeemed for purchases at Yishun Park Hawker Centre; $30 voucher from Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake. For the grand draw open to all participants for the duration of the campaign period, three participants will receive an Apple Watch Series 3, a $188 Grab voucher and a staycation at Wanderlust hotel respectively. Excited? Simply head down and scan the Jalanjalan QR code displayed at the stall to win big!

 

 

68 Spinach & Yong Tou Foo

When you are on a low-carb diet and cannot decide between spinach soup or yong tau foo: why not have both? From this stall comes your usual yong tau foo favourites such as the tomyum and curry variations. On the menu, you will also find spinach soup with minced meat, and the three-egg spinach soup, which makes a perfect clean-eating option for your meat-free days. 

You also stand to win awesome prizes in our Jalanhuat giveaway here! From 15 March to 25 April, we have loads of prizes up for grabs in our weekly draws: think $150 Tuck Shop app credit that may be redeemed for purchases at Yishun Park Hawker Centre; $30 voucher from Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake. For the grand draw open to all participants for the duration of the campaign period, three participants will receive an Apple Watch Series 3, a $188 Grab voucher and a staycation at Wanderlust hotel respectively. Excited? Simply head down and scan the Jalanjalan QR code displayed at the stall to win big!

A Poh Kitchen

Set in a sleepy quarter of Clementi Avenue 2, A Poh Kitchen is anything but quiet. This Halal-certified restaurant has held fort here since 2009 and draws a crowd in with their sizeable menu of zichar favourites and Thai-Chinese dishes. With signatures such as claypot golden chicken, crab meat vermicelli and fish heads cooked up with assam, curry or black bean and bittergourd sauces, the flavour profile here tends towards the sweet and sour – rather than going big on spice – so it's easy to see why this has become a firm family-friendly favourite.

Ah Hoe Mee Pok

Clementi's two well-loved meepok stalls famed for their umami-packed bowls of minced meat noodles with prawns, abalone and a satisfying clam soup, Ah Hoe and Ah Li, have a bit of shared history. The former was started by Mr Eric Chian, who has been in the noodle business for more than three decades. His stall was taken over by his apprentice in 2017, but he went on to open another stall on West Coast Drive. A few bouts of name shuffling later, Chian currently owns the trademark to the Ah Hoe name ('the one and only,' says its website, while offering a bit of a backstory).

Ah Li Mee Pok

Japanese expat Mr Naoji Kuribara took over Ah Hoe Mee Pok in 2017 after apprenticing under Mr Eric Chian for six months. Today, he operates under the Ah Li Mee Pok banner and served up bowls with a touch of Japanese influence. Here, he adds miso, shoyu and chashu atop flat noodle strands to differentiate his offerings from that of his former teacher. Whatever transpired between the two though, has eventually worked out for the best as Clementi now has two awesome meepok stalls to call its own.

Ah Lock Tofu

A graduate of Timbre’s incubator programme, first-time F&B entrepreneur Lee Lock Teng serves up classics injected with a lot of creativity: think a signature dish of Hakka tofu rice bowl, which combines his grandma’s decades-old Hakka yong tau foo recipe and elements from Hakka lei cha (thunder tea rice) to be reimagined as a donburi. In his creation, tofu and taupok are stuffed with minced pork belly, deep fried, and then served on warm Japanese short-grain rice. They are accompanied by manicai (sweet leaf) and long beans, two of the key vegetal ingredients in a traditional lei cha dish. This is finished by a soy-based sauce drizzled over the top. Preparation for this dish takes long hours, but for the engineering undergraduate at Nanyang Technological University, who took a semester break from school to tend to his business round the clock, the labour is an expression of his passion for cooking. 

Apart from getting a taste of our young hawker's creations, here, you also stand to win awesome prizes in our Jalanhuat giveaway! From 15 March to 25 April, we have loads of prizes up for grabs in our weekly draws: think $150 Tuck Shop app credit that may be redeemed for purchases at Yishun Park Hawker Centre; $30 voucher from Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake. For the grand draw open to all participants for the duration of the campaign period, three participants will receive an Apple Watch Series 3, a $188 Grab voucher and a staycation at Wanderlust hotel respectively. Excited? Simply head down and scan the Jalanjalan QR code displayed at the stall to win big!

 

Ah Tan Wings

Tan Wee Yang loved har cheong gai so much, that he decided to make the ultimate version himself. It took a long time of testing and tasting to achieve perfection – in fact, the young hawker spent more than a year developing the super crisp har cheong gai coating, and experimented with some 800 variations of the recipe before finally arriving at a version that “is something special”. Despite the superbly long time it took for the wings to well, take flight, we are sure you will demolish his crisp-yet-succulent wings – marinated for two whole days before being cloaked in a special house-made batter and deep-fried  – all within minutes. 

Apart from getting a taste of our young hawker's creations, here, you also stand to win awesome prizes in our Jalanhuat giveaway! From 15 March to 25 April, we have loads of prizes up for grabs in our weekly draws: think $150 Tuck Shop app credit that may be redeemed for purchases at Yishun Park Hawker Centre; $30 voucher from Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake. For the grand draw open to all participants for the duration of the campaign period, three participants will receive an Apple Watch Series 3, a $188 Grab voucher and a staycation at Wanderlust hotel respectively. Excited? Simply head down and scan the Jalanjalan QR code displayed at the stall to win big!