Geylang Serai New Market

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cecil
Singapore, Singapore434 contributions
Rating Wet Market or Food Centre
Feb 2020 • Friends
Wet Market: Yes, rather smelly. Cheap, but not high quality goods. Their cleanliness need to improve a wee bit.
Cultural value? Visit the new Community Centre just beside it as well.
Food? 5 stars the best congregation of malay, indian, and, indonesian food. Very few stall open in the evening, which is a pity. It should stay open.
Mutton soup? All 3 stalls are good but imho Igbal is the best in Singapore.
Authentic and original chendol with absolutely tasty and fragrant gula melaka and chendol.
Best indonesian? Sinar Pagi.
Nasi Brani? All the stalls are reasonably good, do not lose to tekka market.
Must try! Haig Road Putu Piring, voted best in Singapore on the ground floor food court.
Malay food? Hajijah Mona.
Worthy mention? Otak Otak 02_165.
I live directly opposite and eat here often.
Written 28 February 2020
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Janja
London, UK145 contributions
Authentic experience
Jan 2020 • Solo
I was interested to try something bit different, so I headed to this market in Geyland not far away from the East Coast park. I haven't tried Malaysian food before and I didn't want to order a particular dish, so I just asked the old lady about each ingredient and decided there and then. I enjoyed the experience very much, the only thing you should remember is the cultural aspect of Malaysians. Most of the visitors were of Muslim religion and it was very awkward to have the eyes of locals on my bare shoulders and legs.
Written 30 January 2020
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alhasan1909
Lahore, Pakistan934 contributions
Malaysian Experience in Singapore
Feb 2019 • Family
This place is a mixture of a hawker centre food market and some whole sale shops selling clothes and small articles. Almost all the stall here are Halal understandable as most of them are Malayan, Indonesian and Indian. Not the cleanest place but very roomy and if you like spicy food this is the place.
Written 16 November 2019
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Mohd Amrin Jofri
Singapore, Singapore399 contributions
Delicious Lunch with abit of shopping
Sep 2019 • Friends
Had a great lunch at the hawker center, there are quite a number of food stalls selling Nasi Padang and a handful doing delicious briyani. We end up having nasi padang from 2 different stalls and a plate of chicken briyani from a stall nearest to us, only regret we should have ordered the mutton briyani. All in all, it was a delicious lunch.
After lunch we went around to buy the delightful malay cakes or kueh kueh as it is known. There are afew of these stalls selling these kueh kueh. Bought some of it and it was wonderful, just like we had it in the old days.
Written 14 September 2019
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thepolishfoodie
Warsaw, Poland279 contributions
Amazing find!
Feb 2019
Delicious food found here! It’s kind of a food hall with many stall “take aways.”

it seems like a local meeting spot for families and friends eating lunch and dinner together.

Many different types of food stalls so you will find something to eat! All served in plastic trays. Very quaint and cool

Lunch/ Dinner will cost you around 6$ per person
Written 25 February 2019
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mohd_shah
Kuala Belait, Brunei Darussalam1,258 contributions
Halal restaurant
Sep 2018 • Friends
If you want to find halal singapore food, this is the place . Alot of choices . Rice, noodles u name it . Easy access via paya lebar station
Written 11 September 2018
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cecil
Singapore, Singapore434 contributions
Many Great Malay, Indonesian and Indian food
Aug 2018 • Friends
I stay near there and ate there regularly.
Whats best? Best mutton soup in Singapore at the end on the right side.
Beside it the Dum Bryani is pretty good.
Traditional chendol without red bean at $1.50 is a worth mention. Sinar Pagi Indonesian nasi padang is expensive but tasty. All these require lining up but is worth the wait? YES!
Oh by the way the famous Haig Road Putu Piring is downstairs in the coffee shop.
All halal. Have a sumptious feast for a few dollars here.
Written 28 August 2018
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Mohd Amrin Jofri
Singapore, Singapore399 contributions
Late lunch at Geylang Serai
Mar 2018 • Family
Had a late lunch at our favourite Nasi Padang stall, quite a long queue but the selection of food was still available. Had beef rendang, tahu telor, ayam bakar and best of all the oxtail soup. Great service by friendly serving staff.
After the lunch went downstairs to Mr Teh Tarik for dessert of Putu Piring from the ever popular Putu Piring stall, but be prepared to wait in the long queue. The Putu Piring is freshly made with every order and it served hot, you can have it there or take-away. Great job by those ladies preparing it, working tirelessly none stop giving you delicious Putu Piring.
Written 5 March 2018
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CeBadr
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia115 contributions
Many Mouth-watering Choices
Feb 2018 • Friends
Visited for lunch with friends. This malay pasar in Singapore is designed like other pasar or market in major towns in Malaysia. We can shop for clothings, non clothings, fresh produce and food.
Many dishes were recommended but had Aishah beriyani fried chicken for Sgd 6. Beriyani mutton was sold out. A stall selling sambal chicken rice sold out their popular nasi ayam within minutes after we arrived. Friends also tried sup tulang merah. A day is not enough to try all the menu here. A surau is located across the road at the muslim conversion centre.
Written 18 February 2018
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Brian H
Perth, Australia7 contributions
authentic idshes in local market environment
Jan 2018 • Couples
We always like to travel to Geylang to try the local food at extremely affopdable prices. The Rojok bandong is one of my wife's favourite dishes. I like to try a lot of the Muslim food offerings including satays and mee mamak. One of my favourite dishes in Geyland is Rojak India but we tend to get this from the Haige Road food centre just down the street.
Written 28 January 2018
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