Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre – 10 Dishes That’ll Make Your Heart Go Be-dok Be-dok!

Jonathan Goh
Jonathan Goh
February 29, 2020

Going to a new place to eat is like going out on a first date. You’re not sure what to expect, but once you get to know the person (or in this case, the food), you start to really enjoy yourself! Coming to Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, I was nervous. I had 10 first dates with Hawker Stalls. However, I can safely say that I have found 10 new places for great food, which have made both my heart and stomach very full!

With that, here are 10 dishes from Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre that will make your heart skip a beat!

Bedok Chwee Kueh

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre - Chwee Kueh

Two Michelin Bib Gourmand stalls in one hawker centre? Wow! Bedok Chwee Kueh has gained a loyal following, all eager to get their hands on a packet of warm Chwee Kueh (rice cakes).

What gives Chwee Kueh most of its flavour is the topping of chai poh, and this stall’s fried preserved radish is simply delicious. It’s salty savouriness and slight crunch make for the perfect partnership with the soft, delicate rice cakes. These rice cakes are the star of the show, and they are so soft that you barely have to chew!

Chwee Kueh spoon 2

While this dish may seem simple, one bite and you can understand why it earned the stall a Michelin Bib Gourmand award. There’s a minimum order of 4 pieces, but you’ll find yourself having no trouble finishing them!

Bedok Chwee Kueh

Address: #01-19 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 6.30am to 6.30pm daily.

Fatt Soon Kueh

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre - Fatt Soon Kueh

Call it an unpopular opinion, but I’ve always considered Soon Kueh (bamboo and turnip dumplings) and Png Kueh (glutinous rice dumplings) to be food reserved for the elderly. As such, I was skeptical about how good the kueh from Fatt Soon Kueh could actually be.

Fatt Soon Kueh bite collage

One bite of their Soon Kueh, and I was shaking my head in disbelief. Oh how wrong I was! The dumpling skin was silky smooth, and had a slight chewiness that gave the dumpling a great mouthfeel. The bamboo shoot and turnip filling was incredibly flavourful, and reminded me of top-notch popiah filling, which I adored.

Not to be left out, the Png Kueh has an equally stellar skin, which enveloped some glutinous rice and braised peanuts. Drizzle some dark soya sauce over, and you are in for a good time.

Fatt Soon Kueh

Address: #01-18 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 9am to 7.30pm daily.

Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre - Curry Chicken Noodle

With a Michelin Bib Gourmand under their belt, Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle ($4) has high expectations to meet with every bowl. Safe to say, they did not disappoint! The curry was rich and flavourful, yet not too heavy and jelak. The curry sauce in curry noodles is rarely finished, but this curry cause is simply irresistible! Make sure to add some home-made chilli sauce for an extra kick of spice and fragrance!

Curry Chicken Noodle 3

The dish comes with generous amounts of ingredients such as pillowy tau pok (fried beancurd), soft potatoes and juicy strips of chicken. The owners of Hock Hai Curry Chicken Noodles serve up a fantastic bowl of noodles, certainly deserving of every award!

Hock Hai (Hong Lim) Curry Chicken Noodle

Address: #01-58 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 9am to 11pm daily.

Jefri The Original Botak Chicken Rice

Bedok Jefri The Original Botak Chicken Rice

One of the more famous stalls in Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, this Halal friendly stall serves up an interesting variation of our beloved Chicken Rice! The Nasi Goreng Ayam ($3.50), which rocks a striking shade of bright orange, comes with a generous portion of roasted chicken. The orange rice has a lip-tingling spicy kick to it which is extremely pleasurable to the tastebuds!

Bedok Jefri The Original Botak Chicken Rice_Portrait

The chicken was flavourful and went well with the chilli sauce which was slightly sweeter and stickier than your standard chicken rice chilli. While the rice did not have as much “fatty flavour”, this unique take on chicken rice is a definite must-try!

Jefri The Original Botak Chicken Rice

Address: #01-65 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 10pm. Sat: 10.30am - 9pm. Closed on Sunday.

Jimmy People’s Park (#01-47)

Bedok Jimmy People’s Park CKT

It’s hard to resist a plate of good ol Char Kway Teow, and Jimmy People’s Park makes a mean plate of the much loved fried noodle dish. I ordered the $3 portion and was quite impressed with the generous portion! The dish comes with an assortment of the usual ingredients, such as Taiwanese sausage, fishcakes, cockles and beansprouts. Plenty of fresh cockles were given, which gives this stall plus points in my books.

Bedok Jimmy People’s Park CKT hold

Upon tasting the Char Kway Teow, I was greeted by a gentle but noticeable wok hei, which was partially masked by the sweet sauce. I found the dish to be a tad too sweet, but that’s just personal preference. If you are craving for a good plate of Char Kway Teow that is affordable, this is the place to go!

Jimmy People’s Park

Address: #01-47 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: Tues to Sun: 10am - 8pm. Closed on Monday.

正宗川味麻辣香锅 Ma La Xiang Guo

Bedok Ma La Xiang Guo

If you are a Ma La Xiang Guo lover, then this stall is a gem for you. It offers one of the most affordable Ma La Xiang Guos I have ever seen! We ordered a portion which fed three people, all for only $12! That sort of price is simply unheard of!

Bedok Ma La Xiang Guo hold

In our $12 portion, there was a wide variety of ingredients which include Nian Gao, Large Intestine, Lotus Roots, Enoki Mushrooms and more. The only downside is that you are unable to have full control over how much of each ingredient you want, as the stall attendants will take the ingredients for you. Also, if you like spicy things, I recommend going for Da La. We ordered Zhong La and felt that it wasn’t spicy enough!

正宗川味麻辣香锅 Ma La Xiang Guo

Address: #01-48 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm daily.

Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake

Bedok Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake

In my opinion, Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake serves up some of the best carrot cake in Singapore! The carrot cake is one of the softest ones I have had, making each spoonful a delight to eat.

Bedok Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake_Portrait

When you are ordering your carrot cake ($3/4), the aroma of garlic and cai poh being fried will make your mouth water. The owners then add the carrot cake, along with the black sauce. The result is a wetter black carrot cake, still nice and moist from the black sauce and eggs!

You even have the option of adding prawns or squid to your carrot cake ($2) for an added layer of sweetness, but the star of the show is the impeccably fried carrot cake.

Song Zhou Fried Carrot Cake

Address: #01-37 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: Mon to Sat: 7am to 8pm. Closed on Sunday.

Xin Mei Congee (#01-22)

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre - Xin Mei Congee

Xin Mei Congee serves up silky smooth bowls of Cantonese-style congee, a perfectly hearty and satisfying breakfast to get me through a long day! We ordered the Pork and Century Egg Porridge ($3), which came full of delicious ingredients. The pork slices were tender, and the century egg added a unique richness to the porridge.

Bedok Xin Mei Congee dip

Something underrated about Xin Mei Congee is their Youtiao (fried dough fritters), which are crispy yet not too oily. Instead of being cut up and mixed into the porridge, the Youtiao is served on the side. This keeps it as crispy as possible!

Xin Mei Congee

Address: #01-22 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 9.30am to 9.30pm daily.

Zhong Xing Ban Mian

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre - Zhong Xing Ban Mian

Good Ban Mian is true comfort food. From the runny egg yolk, thick ban mian noodles and crispy ikan bilis to the comforting soup, Ban Mian is one of those dishes that I can never get tired of!

Bedok Zhong Xing Ban Mian noodlepull

Zhong Xing Ban Mian serves up a stellar rendition of this classic noodle dish, with their Ban Mian ($3) checking all the boxes. The noodles were firm and not not soggy, while the soup was not overly thick and goopy. I thought that the ikan bilis could have been placed in the spoons to retain its crispiness.

Zhong Xing Ban Mian

Address: #01-46 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily.

99 Dessert in Cup

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre - 99 Dessert in Cup

What better way to end your meal at Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre than with a cold bowl of delicious Chendol! 99 Dessert in Cup’s homemade Chendol ($2.50) is their signature dessert. Many have said that this chendol is one of the best in Singapore! The dessert comes in a huge cup, stuffed full of ingredients such as attap red beans, corn, attap seeds.


The highlight is definitely the homemade Chendol, which has a more pronounced pandan flavour and smoother texture! What ties the dessert together is a thick gula melaka syrup and coconut milk, which give the Chendol its distinctive flavour profile.

99 Dessert in Cup

Address: #01-60 Blk 208B New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207

Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily.

I am convinced that you will find a dish or two that you will fall in love with here at Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre! There’s just so much good food here! made anonymous visits and paid its own meals at the stalls featured here.

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