10 Best Foods to Makan in Choa Chu Kang That Are Worth Your Calories

Arh, Choa Chu Kang. It is more than just a place with a LRT, or a place with a small shopping malll called Lot 1: it’s actually, if you live there, a food haven.

Hard to believe? Check out any of these makan places. Or check out all of them if you’re hungry.


Ah Boy Chicken Rice

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We all would enjoy eating chicken rice every once a week or so. So for those who are looking for a good plate of chicken rice, you may want to try this stall’s chicken rice. Not only is this local celebrity chef Eric Teo’s favourite, but it’s extremely worth the calories. The rice itself is fluffy and loose, with an aroma which has a homemade feel. And oh, it’s not too greasy, too!

Address:
Block 678A Choa Chu Kang Crescent #01-01,
Singapore 681678 (V6 Food Court)

Opening hours:
7.30am – 8pm, closed on alternate Thursdays


Economic Bee Hoon Noodle @ CCK 302

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Economic bee hoon is something that we would probably love it. The delicious bee hoon alongside ingredients we want. Everything in this stall is served hot – unlike most economic bee hoon, so you’ll enjoy the food even more. The sweet chili sauce is also a trademark for this stall. You’ll either love a lot or you won’t touch it but would still come back for the bee hoon and the ingredients!

Address:
CCK 302 Foodhouse
37 Choa Chu Kang Loop, Singapore 689675


Siam Kitchen

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The Seafood Pad Thai there is one of the best Pad Thai which are available in Singapore! Siam Kitchen not only has one outlet in Singapore so for those who are residing in other areas, they can drop by one of their outlets and give this dish a try.

Address:
21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4
#02-25 Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall
Singapore 689812


Rasa Istimewa C2K Restaurant

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Located within Choa Chu Kang park, this is the place you can go to after your evening walks with your family. The stingray there is superb as well. The sambal chili which is spread on top of the stingray is two thumbs up! Of course, they have other delicious food items on the menu but this stingray is something that you have to order when you’re there.

Address:
26 Choa Chu Kang Dr, Choa Chu Kang Park, 689719


West Co’z Cafe

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This is a halal zi char. And their signature Curry or Assam Fish Head is really good. It has a strong taste but is not jelat.

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Address:
Yew Tee Point
21 Choa Chu Kang North 6
Singapore 689578


Wonton Noodles @ Yew Tee Point

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The wonton and char siew in this wonton mee has a traditional taste to it. For those who enjoy a spicy kick in their wonton mee, you’ll love this wonton noodle after you’ve requested for chili to be added in!

Address:
Yew Tee Point
21 Choa Chu Kang North 6
Singapore 689578


Yu Kee Duck Rice

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The duck meat here is rather tender as oppose to a tough meat you’d get from other duck rice stall. And the rice here has an aroma which is able to tie the entire plate together – from the egg to the duck meat to the tofu. 

Address:
303 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, NTUC FoodFare,
Singapore, 680303


The Old Pontian Cafe (for wonton mee)

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Malaysian-style delicacies such as wonton noodle and popiah can be found here. Their wonton noodle – dry with chili is really amazing. It’s on the cheaper side as well! A win-win: delicious and cheap! 

Address:
21 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4
#B1-K19 Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall
Singapore 689812


The Old Pontian Cafe (for popiah)

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It’s the same place as the Wonton mee recommended above but this part, it is for their popiah. The skin of the popiah isn’t too stiff. Once you take your first bite, the taste of the peanut sauce greets you with just th prefect sweetness. 

Address:
21 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4
#B1-K19 Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall
Singapore 689812


Fishball Noodles @ Blk 303

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Located beside the Choa Chu Kang MRT’s Foodfare, this stall’s fishball noodles are a bang for your buck. The ingredients in the noodle are plentiful and the noodles are cooked to the right springy texture. If you request for chili to be added, the whole noodle gives a unique spicy flavour. 

Address:
303 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, NTUC FoodFare,
Singapore, 680303

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