Chinatown Food Street Reopening on 1 Dec with 17 Stalls; Some Even Have Free-Flow Dishes

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Back then during those Circuit Breaker days where we stayed home to make the perfect blend of Dalgona Coffee, streets were near empty.

We were confined to our homes, and tourists weren’t able to visit Singapore due to travel restrictions.

Many businesses, including Chinatown Food Street, were affected.

Well known amongst both locals and travellers, there was a period of time where Chinatown Food Street was closed for upgrading works.

The street is now rejuvenated and will be re-opening on 1 December.

This time around, there will be six new steamboat and BBQ ala carte buffet concepts, plus a limited time only “Always 99” value for money promotion offered by all stalls.

Image: Chinatown Food Street

17 Food Stalls, Including Six New Steamboat and BBQ Ala Carte Buffet Concepts

The street will be welcoming foodies with 17 stalls offering a variety of food options, such as roast duck, Hokkien Mee and satay.

Some of these stalls have a long history behind them, including the Famous Eunos Bak Chor Mee. The recipe has been passed down for five generations from the family’s great-great-grandfather back in the 1920s.

Image: Chinatown Food Street

For hotpot lovers, there are six new steamboat and BBQ ala carte buffet concepts for you to choose from.

They are:

  • Nabemono Shabu Shabu
  • Lao Dong Bei Shao Kao (老东北烧烤)
  • Niu Che Shui La Sa Huo Guo (牛车水叻沙火锅)
  • Hongdae Korean BBQ
  • S88 Mookata Steamboat
  • She Jian Shang Mala Huo Guo (舌尖上麻辣火锅)

Be it your favourite Mala Steamboat or Mookata, there’s something for everyone.

What’s even better is that you need not break the bank while sipping your favourite soup base. The price for these steamboats ranges from $19.90 to $23.90 per adult.

Image: Chinatown Food Street

Selected Free-Flow Items

You can have a hearty feast with selected free flow items, such as Tteokbokki and garlic fried rice with braised pork belly, offered by these six stores.


For instance, She Jian Shang Mala Huo Guo (舌尖上麻辣火锅) offers free flow of Guo Tie (Fried Gyoza) and Jiaozi (Boiled Dumpling).

Mookata fanatics can enjoy free flow of either chicken drumlets, spring rolls or Thai Fish Cakes while feasting at S88 Mookata Steamboat.

“Always 99” Promotion

From December 2020 to January 2021, all stalls at Chinatown Food Street will be running the “Always 99” promotion, whereby ala carte items will be going at prices such as $9.90.

Basically, it means there will definitely be the digit 9 in food items’ prices which the stalls offer.

If you can’t wait to sink your teeth into the dishes from Sultan of Satay, they are offering four sticks of BBQ Tiger Prawns at $5.99 from 1 December 2020 to 31 January 2021.

For soup lovers out there, the first 30 customers who visit Famous Eunos Bak Chor Mee store will get to try their dumpling soup at $2.99 from 1 to 31 December 2020.


Featured Image: Chinatown Food Street