This is a very local singaporean food centre, also know as food courts or hawker centres. There are lots of local dishes like chicken rice, fried kway teow, fried carrot cake, won ton noodles... etc. Almost every stall is good, so just for anything that your stomach is calling out to. Food prices generally range around SGD$3-$5.
For those wanting to try chicken rice (a very local dish and a must have for visitors to Singapore), i recommend you to try the Tong Fong Fatt stall. I find their chicken more tender and the rice more fragrant and moist than the famous Tian Tian stall (which you can identify by the very long queue of people).
Try to avoid the peak period during 12-2pm as the lunch crowd would be flocking in from the nearby offices. If not, be prepared to wait for about 5-15 minutes to find a seat. And you would find packets of tissue papers "littered" over the tables and chairs, that usually means the table/seat is taken and they have gone to buy their food.
So be adventurous and try the different variety of food there!
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