Beach Road Food Court
505 Beach Rd, Singapore 199583
Reviews: 4/5

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fuzi_juri via
04 Jul 2017. Steak tulang merah yg menyalerakan... yummy
17 Jul 2016. Two cans of Bandung
30 Oct 2015.
14 Jul 2017.

Reviews Of This Food Location

"Good food. Personal favourites are Beach Road YongTauFoo. Their chilli sauce and tofu is really good. Worth checking out."
Jonathan Cheng on 15 Jul 2016 via
"Now it is undergoing renovations the whole food centre closed. Where you can find local dishes bone steak, hokkien mee and malay local dishes like nasi goreng kampung etc. Dessert and sweeties also available. "
Lim Yu Min on 26 May 2016 via
"Tried the claypot rice at the 2nd floor... You can taste the burned taste of the rice. The portion is decent and the taste is amazing... "
Gunawan Zhu on 10 Jul 2016 via
"Affordable and old school hawkers are still operating serving tasty food. Tulang lovers flood the basement!"
Ryan Choo on 29 Jun 2016 via
"Cheap and good prawn noodles, rojak, ah balling, sugar cane juice, etc. Look out for long queues and you will not go wrong. This is also better known as Army Market, where there are many stalls on level3 selling army and hiking related equipment, from bagpacks to sleeping bags etc. Make sure you bargain though!"
Ali Chua on 31 Jan 2016 via
"Grab a beer or (sugarcane juice, if that's more your thing), get a claypot rice from B1 (trust me, it's worth it), or a laksa or hokkien mee (you can't go wrong with these) and relax. Or better yet, do as I did and grab a bunch of your friends/coworkers/what have you, go get all of the above and have a great time. You can also buy some camo paint from the army market above, if that's your thing."
Parag Bhatnagar on 17 Jul 2016 via
"Tried the kway teow goreng & bee hoon goreng at an Indian Muslim shop named "Deen". The size of the minced mutton were bigger than the average size you get at other shops. If you want to have a taste of authentic Indian Muslim food, head over here!"
Buhendran Nico on 23 Sep 2016 via
"Standard Food Center - the ClayPot Chicken Rise looked great - but is shut on a Sunday so could not try There is a great Juice place called Siok Natural that does interesting juices at reasonable price"
Ian Mckee on 29 Aug 2016 via
"Great and cheap food, but can be very crowded. "
Håkon Sørensen on 05 Nov 2016 via
"Prawn Village (#01-97) has one of the most yummy prawn noodles. Succulent prawns and thick stock. Their special handmade leek fish cake was also very tasty. Very affordable too. Will definitely eat again. "
Ivan Gn on 18 Jan 2017 via
"There is a great muffin stall. I didn't note the stall number. It's located in the first floor towards Beach Rd, either second to or last row of stalls. They have a variety. I've only tried the cranberry orange - very nice texture. Moist, doesn't crumble. Portion is just right. Generous amount of cranberry and orange pieces. "
Esther Lim on 17 Dec 2016 via
"Decent food, great price. I went here to have a taste of chilli crab without breaking the bank. Messy!"
Henry Bellinger on 30 Jan 2017 via
"Prawn village (#01-97) freshly cooked prawns, nice stock. Very affordable. Must try"
YenneKon noKenneY on 19 Jan 2017 via
"There is a new stall called STEAMY GRUB @ #01-77. I have tried their steamed dishes and they are delicious! The steamed fish dishes are exceptionally fresh!"
Esther Ang on 06 Jan 2017 via

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