Newton Hawker Centre

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500 Clemenceau Avenue, Singapore, Singapore
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Newton Hawker Centre Singapore Reviews

Raches Raches
25 reviews
Sep 03, 2006
The recently renovated Newton Hawker Centre is a bright, lively, bustling place that provides the variety, quality and good value of other hawker centres without the grime. The food stalls are set in a big square around a plaza fullof tables and chairs; each store is rated for its hygene so you'll know which places to avoid, if any.

You can find anything from oyster omelettes and chilli crab to murtabak, chicken satay and laksa, soft drinks, beer and fresh coconut juice and probably western food and asian desserts (but I didn't look). The food is all good value, and with several stalls selling similar dishes, the competition keeps the prices low. The food will be brought to your table (just remember your table number) and you pay when it arrives. Simple, quick and hassle-free... and I must admit, the cleanliness of the place is a big plus.
stevenguyen says:
if i'm ever down in singapore, i gotta make sure to come here!
Posted on: Sep 11, 2006
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aussielivinginjapan aussieli…
38 reviews
Mar 10, 2001
In Singapore there are many ethinic varities of food available. There is Indian to French, Italian to Malay food and Chinese. As well as all your normal fast food outlets like Mac Donalds, KFC and Pizza Hut plus more.

For a great cheap option I recommend checking out the Hawker centres which can be found everywhere the meals normally cost around $3 or more. As well as food courts you will normally find these in the Basement of shopping malls and because they are air conditioned the food will be a little more expensive than the hawker centres but still very reasonable.

For a nice cheap meal check out one of the following :

Adam Road Food Center

This hawker center was recently upgraded. With a new facade and more parking space, it is very popular with lunch time crowds. More than 50% of the stalls serve Malay or Indian food. Good Nasi Goreng, Roti Prata, western food can be found here. Do not miss the BBQ seafood and the famous Nasi Lemak stall!

Location: Junction of Dunearn Road and Adam Road.

Chomp Chomp Food Center

Located at Serangoon Garden, this hawker center was recently upgraded. Wide variety of food at a reasonable price. Many stalls from the Botanic Garden hawker center had migrated here.

Location: Serangoon Garden.

Lau Pa Sat Food Center

Lau Pa Sat is the largest remaining Victorian filigree cast-iron structure in Southeast Asia. Located in the heart of Singapore's business district, it is a favorite meeting place of the locals. Built in 1894, Lau Pa Sat was a wet market and has now been restored and converted into a food centre offering a wide variety of local food.

Location: Boon Tat Street, Shenton Way, Robinson Road.

Getting There: Take the MRT to Raffles Place Station (EW14) and walk towards Robinson Road.

Newton Circus Food Center

The most well known hawker center in Singapore. If you are a seafood lover, do not miss this place, lots of BBQ seafood stalls can be found here. There are also many variety of food, including Hokkien Prawn Noodles, Fish Porridge, Chicken Rice and many more.

Location: Newton Circus, entrance at Cavenagh Road.

Getting There: Take the MRT to Newton Station (NS21).

Zion Road Riverview Food Center

People working around Orchard and Great World City usually drive or walk to this hawker center for lunch. You can find a wide variety of food here.

Location: Zion Road, directly opposite Great World City.

Orchard Hawker Food Square.

Location: along Orchard Road

Enjoy some great Singapore cuisine.:)
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xernstx says:
I enjoyed the food at Maxwell Food Centre, though it is primarily Cantonese
Posted on: Jun 14, 2007
mychou82 says:
I'd skip Lau Pa Sat and check out Newton -- for the seafood or Amoy food court -- dozens of specialities there instead. Those are much better.
Posted on: Jun 12, 2007
aussielivinginjapan says:
Well Ivan i guess it was a long time ago so inflation is like everywhere =( Im just going off memory. Thanks for the comment thats good to know ;)
Posted on: Jun 12, 2007

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