Tuck away at the northern east end of Singapore, Changi Village boasts a variety of hawker stalls that are well known among the locals. On our last day, we paid a visit to this place and tried some of the famous dishes served in the corner of this island.
The hawker food in Singapore in generally cheaper than Malaysia (dollar to dollar comparison), averaging at around SGD 3 – 4 per mail. We arrived there around 10 a.m. and the place was already packed with customers.
The Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee is quite popular and it is already featured before in my previous post at Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur. But here is where the real deal was. The Hokkien Mee served at Changi Village is flavoursome. The prawns are fresh and the dollop of sambal provides the extra kick. The noodles were also wet as Singaporean version of Hokkien Mee is cooked with more gravy.
The grilled chicken wing was also good. While it is nowhere as great as the ones at Cao Cao Lamb, it was pretty delicious too.
We also had the fried oyster omelette which comes with fresh and big omelettes. It was slightly oily but nevertheless nice. The chili sauce which came with the dish was also good.
And here is something different. The Singapore version of Wantan mee has a tinge of chilli taste mixed with the noodles upon request. They also mixed fried and soup based wanton into the meal. Overall, I find it okay despite having so many food awards received by this particular stall for its noodles. For those who loves hawker food, Changi Village is a good choice to start with.
Changi Village Block 2 Food Centre
2 Changi Village Road