Do you enjoy going on food adventures? Is your idea of the perfect home located merely a short walk away from delicious, affordable eateries? Passionate foodies, you’ll love the food enclave nestled in the East, otherwise known as the bustling town of Bedok. With a concentration of delightful food options found within such close proximity, you can always find a hawker stall that’s open to satisfy your cravings.
1. Fengshan Market and Food Centre (or Bedok 85)
Michelin star food at affordable prices? Sign us up! At the legendary Bedok 85, you will find Shi Wei Da, a Michelin-star hawker stall famous for their highly coveted satay bee hoon and Teochew porridge. Once you get to the front of the snaking line, you will be rewarded by what is described by ardent fans as the best satay bee hoon ever.
How to get there: Take bus 222 from Bedok MRT Exit B and alight after 5 stops. The hawker centre is a 3-minute walk from the bus stop.
2. Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre
Diamond in the rough aptly describes this no-frills hawker centre found just next to Bedok Mall. Residents and food lovers flock to Inspirasi and Botak Chicken Rice in droves, stalls loved far and wide for their signature flavourful offerings. Inspirasi is known for its mee rebus while Botak Chicken Rice is revered for its chicken fried rice, a spicy take on the classic local staple, chicken rice.
How to get there: Alight from Bedok MRT Exit B or Bedok Bus Interchange. It is a 1-minute walk from there.
3. The Bedok Marketplace
This hawker centre is a millennial’s dream, with a charming aesthetic that’s fit for your Instagram feed. Stroll through the vicinity and you’ll find food that you won’t typically classify as hawker fare, with decadent culinary options such as yakitori, squid ink pasta, and chirashi don – you can even wash it all down with a glass of sake!
How to get there: Take bus 2 from Bedok MRT Exit B and alight after 6 stops. The hawker centre is a 2-minute walk from the bus stop.
4. Tang Tea House Hong Kong Cafe
There’s nothing worse than being struck by late-night hunger pangs with nothing to eat. Kiss those days goodbye, supper lovers. Part of Bedok’s appeal is its assortment of eateries that stay open till as late as 3 am. One popular hang-out spot for night owls would be Tang Tea, a restaurant that dishes out scrumptious halal dim sum till early in the morning.
How to get there: Take bus 2 from Bedok MRT Exit B and alight after 6 stops. The restaurant is a 1-minute walk from the bus stop.
It’s safe to say that Bedok residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to mouthwatering food at wallet-friendly prices. If you’re a foodie wondering where to settle down – and you want bragging rights that you live just a stone’s throw away from a buzz-worthy food joint – consider finding your dream home in Bedok.
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