Whampoa Drive Food Market and Centre

Famous Fried Oyster

Famous Fried Oyster

Famous Rojak

Famous Rojak

After so many years of working in this area, I finally discovered Whampoa Market and Food Centre!

There were 3 blocks – Blk 90 caters to the evening crowd, Blk 91 is more for day crowds (only the fish head steamboat plus a couple of drinks stall opened on both evenings that we were there), while Blk 92 is the wet market.

We had 2 dinners here on consecutive evenings, as some of the stalls that we wanted to try were closed on the first evening…

  • Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee (#01-32): We totally enjoyed this $4 not too dry and not too wet version, very worth queuing for! The chilli was also good, not overly spicy and had plenty of shrimp flavouring.
  • Ah Hock Fried Oyster Hougang (#01-54): Ah… We had the omelette version instead of the usual fried omelette version. It wasn’t very good. The eggs were not cooked evenly, so we kinda regretted our decision. However, our $8 version had at least 8 large plump fresh oysters, so we still thought that it was quite value for money. I’m always reminded by the puny oysters that we had at Maxwell Food Centre…
  • Balestier Road Hoover Rojak (#01-06): The queue was very long and very slowwwwwwww! Gosh! Gotta say that the prawn paste was fragrant and they were very generous with the peanuts. We enjoyed the century eggs (top up $1) and jellyfish in it
  • Whampoa Barbeque Seafood & Chicken Wing (#01-83): We had BBQ Stingray, Lala and of course Chicken Wings. They were just ok but not any special…

  • Location: 90, 91 Whampoa Drive S(320090)
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