9 best foods in Jurong West that makes the Journey to the West worthwhile


Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 1:35 pm

The West might sound like a scary and far-away place for majority of us, being on one extreme end of Singapore and not the most convenient place to travel to. However, you might just be missing out on the tons of great food that makes the travel worth it ultimately!

58 Minced Meat Noodle
Situated at Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre, this place serves the ever-so-irresistible local favorite, Bak Chor Mee (minced meat noodle) at an affordable price without skimping on the taste and ingredients!

Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa
Laksa is a well-loved dish that is easily ruined by overwhelming richness (gelat) or lack of spices, but this stall at Yuhua Market and Hawker Centre does it just right with its smoothness and fragrance, all for an impressively low price.

Lu Fang Zhou Pin
Congee is a widely acknowledged comfort dish, be it from high-end chinese restaurants boasting premium ingredients, or a simple hawker centre stall like this, also at the Yuhua Market and Hawker Centre. The congee served up here is delightfully tasty and will definitely appeal to people of all ages.

Lai Heng Handmade Teochew Kueh
Also in the same hawker centre as the two stalls featured above, this place is heaven for fans of traditional teochew kueh as the kueh boasts fantastically thin skins and aromatic fillings.

Kok Kee Wanton Mee
Fans of wanton mee (dumpling noodles) should head down to Jurong West Food Centre to get a taste of this flavorful and delicious dish served up at affordable prices, guaranteed to be worth your trip!


Soh Kee Cooked Food
At Block 505 Market and Food Centre, this stall serves a more traditional watery style of porridge with fresh steamed chicken, an absolutely delightful and delicious combination.

Hai Zhen
What food recommendation would be complete without everyone’s favourite zi char? If you’re a self-proclaimed zi char fanatic, be sure to make your way down to this stall at Taman jurong Food Centre for popular dishes such as fish head curry or assam fish head.

Tien Lai Rice Stall
The delicious roast meats from this stall at Taman Jurong Food Centre often attract a long queue due to its affordability and delectable flavour, be prepared to wait!

Yung Sheng Fried Hokkien Mee
Lastly, also from the same Food Centre as the two stalls above is this place selling an impressive dish of crayfish noodles (with choice of Hokkien mee or tang hoon). There is a certain thrill and feel as though you’re eating real lobster when this dish appears before you, so don’t miss this chance and give it a go!

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