Hawker Stall $
At the Amoy Street Food Centre, you are surrounded by locals, at breakfast, lunch, and dinner! There’s so many hawker stalls, but this one looked especially popular. Opted for the beef hor fun, and braised beancurd. You know you’re in a legit Asian place when they have to get someone to translate your order for you. Despite being a hawker stall, they had informal table service (but of course don’t expect an official waiter, just a cute old Asian guy with chopsticks and a few serviettes) The hor fun was salty but the meat was super tender. And the beancurd was delicious, super silky. Next time, will try the crispy noodles with prawn and egg (also known as omlette noodles), and Har Cheong Gai (prawn paste chicken), those were clearly a favourite among the locals. And in standard hawker style, under $10 a dish.