8 Hipster Hawker Stalls In Singapore You Didn’t Know Exists

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Whenever we think of hawker stalls, our favourite visuals of Chicken Rice, Hokkien Mee or even Char Kway Teow would appear right in our minds. Apart from all these coveted local gems you can find, hipster stalls have been seen emerging into the local hawker scene to bring you delectable cuisines at pocket-friendly prices you will never find on restaurant menus.

Take a look at these 8 hipster hawker stalls in Singapore and you might find something you fancy for a change!


A Noodle Story

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This stall would be no stranger to the working crowd at Amoy Food Centre. Serving up bowls of noodles akin to wanton noodles, the folks at A Noodle Story have upped the ante to garnish them noodles with ingredients like Hot Spring Egg, Crispy Potato Wrapped Prawns, Hong Kong Wantons and Cha Su! Prices are from S$5-S$7!

Amoy Street Food Centre 7 Maxwell Road, #01-39 Singapore 069111


Ah Bong’s Italian

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If you are craving for a cheap and affordable place to satisfy your pasta cravings, then Ah Bong’s Italian should be the place to visit! Located at a coffee shop at Tiong Bahru, their menu changes daily so don’t forget to check out their Instagram page before heading down!

35 Eng Hoon Street, #01-46 Singapore 160056


By The Fire

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By the former chef of Keystone (a mod European restaurant), By The Fire offers a wholesome range of Italian cuisine prepared using Asian ingredients. Unlike most places that serve grilled meat, the chef only uses bintochan charcoals to retain the flavours of their meat better!

Alibabar Hawker Bar 125 East Coast Road Singapore 428810


HamBaoBao

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At HamBaoBao, the hearty burgers will cost you no more than S$5. With only 5 burger options available, the young owners of the stall keep the menu simple by offering flavours with an Asian twist such as Ayam Buah Keluak Burger and Crispy Pork Belly Burger which would be hard to resist.

Beauty World Centre BLK 144, Upper Bukit Timah Road, #04-49 Singapore 588177


Ministry Of Ribs

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For those who stay in the West, you’re in luck! Ministry Of Ribs dishes out American favourites like burgers, ribs and steaks – all freshly prepared daily with an array of blends and spices to bring out the best flavours of the meat. In order to cater to more fans of their ribs, they have since opened another stall at Ang Mo Kio.

BLK 416, Pandan Gardens, #01-125 Singapore 600416


Smith Street Taps

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At Smith Street Taps, you get a bang for your buck with their craft beers on tap with rotating beer selections, priced affordably from S$6 – S$13. Located at Chinatown Complex Food Centre, the place boasts a humble vibe where you can enjoy your drink in the calming settings of a no-frills kopitiam.

Chinatown Complex Food Centre BLK 335, Smith Street, #02-062 Singapore 050335

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Two Wings

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Crowned as the best wings you can find in Singapore, the chicken wings at Two Wings are marinated with a “secret” recipe that has been passed down from the owner’s granduncle and then re-modified to fit the taste buds of the masses. It is recommended to head down early as the queue may even taken up to an hour!


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BLK 119, Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-40 Singapore 151119


The Burning Oak  

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The Burning Oak occupies a space at the recently renovated Bedok Marketplace and specialises in serving Japanese yakitori and prices range from S$2-S$7 a skewer. One of their signature favourites include the Guinness Stout infused and roasted short ribs skewer – priced at S$6.50 per stick!

Simpang Bedok BLK 348, Bedok Road, #02-16 Singapore 469560


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