New Food Centre @ 101 Yung Sheng Road (Taman Jurong)

This place is amazing!

My grandma introduced us to this food centre because it’s really big, spacious, plenty of seats, airy, and comes with all sorts of cuisine! She loves the Korean stall in particular, and so that was what we ate.


We ordered beef. I think it was $6.90 or $7.90 something. Then we ordered the kimchi soup as well, which I think was $6.90 or $7.90.


My brother ate the roast meat rice, which was a very generous serving as well.

The two Korean dishes we ordered were perfect for me and my grandma. In fact, it was a little too much food for the both of us! Will be back next time. Really affordable hawker fare here.


101 Yung Sheng Rd
Singapore 618497
(The old Jurong cinema)


Where to Bring Grandma: Halal Lobster Laksa @ Jurong East St 21

My aunt is back in town and of course my family has to gather and catch up. Having been deprived of all good local food, she immediately summoned us to Jurong East for lobster laksa!

The weather was perfect for laksa, but at first we had difficulty locating the stall. It’s actually the second stall when counting from the right. There isn’t much of a signage on the stall, but we were so happy to finally find it. A cheerful young chap took down our orders. He looked like the owner of the stall! Since there were 9 of us, we ordered TWO lobster laksas.

When it finally came we were in awe! If I recall correctly it’s $17.50 or something for one bowl. Two sets of these dishes were perfect for the 9 of us. There was also udon hidden beneath. We enjoyed them tremendously. Yum!

Upon leaving we got a glimpse of this really creative poster. Perfect for seafood lovers, we say!

Jenggood Jom Makan
214 Jurong East Street 21
Singapore 600214

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Where to Date: Face Ban Mian @ Upper Serangoon View

I just visited a friend today who just gave birth to a baby boy. She lives all the way at Upper Serangoon View, which is somewhere on the edge of Sengkang. Very very far from where I lived (I’m a westie 4eva).

But my journey paid off! Just round her corner was Hougang Capeview, a BTO project with plenty of shops such as Texas Chicken (seriously!), a NTUC, and NTUC Foodfare.

Glad to be out of the sun, I settled for a simple plate of wanton noodles at NTUC Foodfare. But I saw that a queue was forming at another stall at the other section of the food court, and instinctively joined the queue.

To my greatest delight, this…this humble-looking bowl of goodness and wondrousness was SO delicious. The noodles were nice, the meatballs were nice, and the SOUP was the BEST. You have to go try it. It makes me want to travel all the way to Upper Serangoon View again!

I congratulated myself on this fine discovery. What a day well spent!

Face Ban Mian @ NTUC Foodfare
Hougang Capeview
476D Upper Serangoon View
Singapore 537476


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