Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow is probably one of the most popular stalls at Ghim Moh Food Centre. The stall also has the title King of Fried Kway Teow from a TV show many years back. The fried kway teow was neither too dry or wet with a nice consistency that came with juicy cockles and lots of pork lard!.
Fried Kway Teow 4/5
Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow, Stall #01-12
Opening Hours: 930am-230pm (Closed on Mon and Fri)
Beef Hor Fun 4/5
Teck Hin Fried Hor Fun, Stall #01-44
Opening Hours: 10am-3pm, 5pm-830pm (Closed on Mon)
If you are a fan for Indian's food, you have to drop by Ghim Moh Food Centre and try Heaven's Indian Curry's Putu Mayam, Appom and Thosai. Putu Mayam brought back a lot of childhood memories. It was one of my favourite Sunday breakfast tearing into the vermicelli-like rice flour noodles and dipping them into the desiccated coconut and orange sugar.
Putu Mayam 4/5
This is my first time having Appom and I love it! The experience was like eating both crispy and fluffy Roti Prata in one. The Appom was fluffy in the middle with crispy edges. Like Roti Prata, there are plain and egg Appoms too. Heaven Indian's Curry is probably one of the only few stalls in Singapore that makes Appom.
Many people have raved about the Thosai here too. You just need to taste it yourself to understand why. It had a nice thickness giving it a crispy outer layer while the inside was moist and fluffy. It had a good balance in both taste and texture.
Heaven's Indian Curry, Stall #01-15
Opening Hours: 6am-2pm, daily
I find that the steamed Taro Cake was a bit disappointing as I prefer those that have chunks of yam. I could not really taste the yam flavour or find the contrast in texture I was looking for. Nevertheless, Rong Yuan's Taro Cake was moist and nice. Oh! and it came with peanuts.
Taro Cakes 3.8/5
Rong Yuan Cooked Food Stall, Stall #01-19
Chwee Kueh is a common Singapore breakfast. It is basically steam rice flour topped with preserved radish (Chye Poh). Usually the preserved radish (Chye Poh) topping is sweet but Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh's version is different. This is the first time I have the salty version. According to what I googled on the web, this supposed to be the traditional receipt.
Chwee Kueh 3/5
Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh, Stall #01-31
Opening Hours: 615am-7pm, daily
Black Carrot Cake 3.8/5
Lian He Carrot Cake, Stall #01-30
Roast Duck, Roast Pork and Char Siew 4/5
Jiu Jiang Shao La, Stall #01-45
Opening Hours: 11am-730pm (Closed on Wed)
The Hakka Yong Tau Foo has both dry and soup version. We decided to order the dry version because we felt that the picture will turn out better. The Stuffed Tau Pok (Stuffed Fried Tofu) was really crunchy and flavourful but the minced meat filling was a bit salty . My friend shared with me that people usually ordered the soup version. Maybe the soup version helps to balance the saltiness and make it a more balanced dish.
Yong Tau Foo (dry version)
Hakka Yong Tau Foo, Stall #01-14
Opening Hours: 730am-3pm (Closed on Mon)
The wonderful hawker food feast ended with dessert from Golden Swallow Dessert. I like the dessert here because of the fresh coconut milk. Bo Bo Cha Cha is the most appropriate dessert to highlight this. The hot Bo Bo Cha Cha was a bit too sweet but the cold one was really good. Topped with the colourful "tadpoles" like jellies, every spoonful was a sweet bursting surprise.
Tadpole Bo Bo Cha Cha (cold)
Bo Bo Cha Cha (hot)
Golden Swallow Dessert, Stall #01-53
Ghim Moh Food Centre
Blk 20 Ghim Moh Road
Nearest MRT: Buona Vista (EW Line, CC Line)
1) Alight at Buona Vista MRT station. Walk to bus stop along Buona Vista Road (Stop ID 11361). Take bus no. 92. Alight 1 stops later. Journey time about 3 mins.
2) Alight at Buona Vista MRT station. Cross the underpass towards Ghim Moh Estate Blk 12A. Cut across the open air carpark towards Ghim Moh Road. Cross the road and walk towards Blk 20. Journey time about 8 mins.