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Good Chance Popiah – Wrap Your Own Popiah!

Good Chance Popiah Eating House is founded by Mr. Hou Shen Hu in 1977. Since then, it established a reputable brand for itself which is highly recommended by both local and overseas patrons. Mr. Hou was born in Long Xi, Fu Jian Province. His culinary skill was passed down from his parent, a tradition in the family. That is why the dishes are very authentic. Mr. Hou served in the …

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Gen Shu Mei Shi Shi Jia @ Toa Payoh

Fans of traditional Cantonese style dishes will definitely be familiar with Gen Shu Mei Shi Shi Jia (根叔美食世家). Having retired as the head chef of Mouth Restaurant, Gen Shu was bored stiff at home. That was why he opened a hawker stall to sell his brand of Hong Kong cuisine. For many years, he has been serving great quality Cantonese dishes and each day, the dishes may vary. For weekedays, …

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Crocodile King Makes a Comeback for Ultimate Hawker Fest 2014!

Many of us know that the crocodile skin is used to make branded bags in the fashion industry. But do you know that it actually has health benefits? I know I know, the word crocodile will make you think of the angry scaly animal and you probably think it is hardly palatable. But hor, cccording to Health Promotion Board, the crocodile meat is high in protein and low in saturated …

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Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh @ Midview City – Keeping the Bak Kut Teh Tradition Alive

In the early 1900s, most immigrants came to Singapore as hard labours. In order to replenish the energy loss through the labour works, they need cheap and nutritious food. During then, enterprising Chinese saw the opportunity and uses Fujian ingredients together with Chinese herbs and pork ribs to brew into a nutritious soupy dish for these hard labours. They also began to brew Chinese tea in big kettle for the …

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Fishball Story @ Golden Mile Hawker Centre

Being a hawker is not an easy job – the long hours and the heat are but some of the challenges hawkers face daily. This is why, it’s so tough to get the next generation to take over the wok. This is why, we are seeing so many foreigners being hired to cook because younger folks don’t want to. So I really truly admire Douglas from Fishball Story. He is …

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