These are the five hawkers command our highest respect with its superlative taste. In our humble opinion, all of them are the extraordinary choices and have our full endorsement.
Ieatandeat Best Choice Hawker Food of The Year – 2014
It is quite astonishing that the glutton family had tasted more than 300 different food stalls and restaurants over the past one year, coverage from the North to South and West to East, slithering through the bustling city to the secluded part of the island, the antenna of our olfactory system have led us discovered many of the great eating places and yummy sumptuous meals.
Amongst the myriad of food tasted, we have hand-picked the following to be our 2014 choice, one of the criteria is to focus on those new kids on the board or any unearthed new gems. We believe they deserve our help and the recognitions.
Here are our top pick Hawker food for 2014.
The stall in the coffeeshop was not given the attention since it began the business early of the year. The business was lukewarm when we happened to bump into the stall while we were there for one of our favorites Vegetarian Hor Fun.
A.S. Seafood Soup impressed us of its savoury soup and mind blowing minced meat, the wow effects can felt instantly and every nerve cell on the tastebuds were highly arose for this salivating fish soup.
Refer detailed review here @ A.S. Seafood Soup
Add: Blk 412, Bedok North Ave 2, Singapore 460412
Hrs: Daily 11am – 9 pm
Operated from an old coffeeshop in Tampines, the archaic stall belies the truth of this sumptuously food. You will probably give it a miss if not the long queue to catch the attention. The Nasi Lemak is earthy, alluring flavour cooked with the heart and soul, from the coconut flavored rice, to the Ikan Bilis, egg, chicken wing and the nostalgic chili, it has a compelling comforting homely taste that exquisitely appetizing to the taste buds.
Add: Blk 476 Tampines Street 44, Singapore 520476
Hrs: 8am – 1pm
We have no qualms about it and truly convinced the savoury of the fish soup. A stall operated from a coffeeshop and snaking queue testified the popularity. Go for the extra minced meat which give the fish soup the extra zest and elevated the overall flavour to another dimension. This is the fish soup that surpasses our expectations.
Refer detailed review here @ First Street Teochew Fish Soup
Add: 1014 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534752 (Hiap Seng Hup Kee Eating House)
Hrs: Tuesday – Sunday, 8am – 3pm. Closed on Mondays
A good oyster omelette should be generous with the eggs and not filled with all the gooey flour, with the right seasoning and fried to the right level of finishing, the kind of oyster omelette is good enough to win our hearts over and that’s what the fried oyster omelette here can offer.
Refer detailed review here @ Tampines 802 Fried Oyster Omelette
Add: TP 802 Food House, Block 802 Tampines Avenue 4, Singapore 520802
Hrs: 4pm – 11pm
Da Tou Xia 大頭蝦 (CEASED OPERATION!)
Da Tou Xia has finally made the return! It shut the door after opened for just few months and now come back with a new modest stall operating from a coffeeshop in Bedok.
It is heartedly to see the fighting spirit of the young man with his perseverance and belief in the bowl of the prawn mee. We already quite impressed about the prawn mee cooked in his old premise at Aljunied and we are glad that it is the same salivating and satisfying prawn mee we enjoyed in the past.
Refer detailed review here @ Da Tou Xia (PLEASE NOTE THE OPERATION HAS CEASED)
Add: Block 418 Bedok North Ave 2 #01-97, Singapore 460418
Hrs: Mon – Sun: 8:30 am – 3 pm
These are the five stalls command our highest respect with its superlative taste under the Hawker Food. In our humble opinion, all of them are the extraordinary out of the ordinary choices and have our full endorsement.