Sembawang Hill Food Centre

This morning, we decided to test out our new hiking shoes! Gotta break in the shoes before the actual trip 🙂

Took a stroll to Sembawang Hills Food Centre as it has been a while since our last visit. This place is certainly much livelier in the mornings than evenings! We decided to try the following:

Salted Duck

Salted Duck

Ah Ee Traditional Hokkien Salted Duck
亚一传统福建咸鸭 ($10 for 2-pax portion)

  • Surprisingly light and not really salty, it was quite a refreshing snack while we waited for our main breakfast.
  • It came with a dipping sauce made up of garlic, chilli and lime juice, quite a good combination :).
  • Our only gripe was that the duck meat was not thoroughly cut, so we had to struggle a bit with our chopsticks to split the slices.
  • A few of the slices with very little meat and lots of fats/skin had this pungent taste that I did not like, but hubby thought it was ok.



Kway Chap

Kway Chap

San Ba Wan Guo Zhi Shu Shi
($5 for 2-pax portion):

  • After more than 20 mins of waiting, our kway chap  finally arrived! The kway (flat noodles) had a very smooth texture and was cooked just right with a slightly chewy bite.
  • Unfortunately, the rest of the stuff was nothing to shout about.
  • Halfway through our meal, hubby found a fly drowned inside his bowl of kway. I guess this will be our first and last time eating from this stall :p

  • Location: 590 Upper Thomson Rd, S(574419)
  • Hrs: Individual stalls
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