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Sunday, 13 December 2015

Bedok Market Place

Some of you may already know that Bedok Simpang is one of my favorite hang out; I had done a couple of posts about the food you can find here before.   Now here's another one which joined this area since June this year.  Should had blogged about this earlier, but it's more and more difficult to find time these days...

Anyway, here's Bedok Market Place just above Giant Super Market.
The opening of Bedok Market Place didn't attract much crowd initially, but it's slowly warming up as months goes by.....

It's non-aircon, very much like a hawker centre.  But when we sat down it feels like Clarke Quay with enjoyable music and night breeze.

All shop fronts are modern and attractive looking, even the beverage stall looks fun.

The below pics were taken the past few months with a few visits:


Fridge at the shopfront with raw chops which immediately makes you imagine them being cooked.

Deluxe Burger S$14.50
We had this burger with a thick juicy beef patty grilled with charcoal.  With the same taste, you probably need to pay a lot more in posh cafes/restaurant.  I would say this is really value for money, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Besides Chop Chop Selection is another interesting stall...


The kind of concept that youngsters will like.

Though stated "self-service", the nice kitchen crew brought our orders to us.
It was non-peak hour and I appreciated her for extending the service.

Plain Jane Pasta S$7.90
Meatballs could be chosen, my kid opt for chicken meat balls.  Taste was slightly better than those of food courts or coffee shops, but nothing in particular to rave about.

 Ballistic Meatball Sliders S$9.80
From the left, we had beef, fish and chicken kiap with fried man tou.  The chinese and western fushion was photogenic as well as delicious too.  Will be really perfect if the balls were bigger, I mean meat balls of course.

Spicy Meat Lover Pizza S$14.90

The 10 inch pizza came pipping hot right from the oven.

Thin crust with generous loads of spicy meat, really yummy and chessy, MUST TRY!

Spicy Salted Egg Yolk Fries S$7.90
They were having promotion during that time and we had this for FREE, heeheehee...  The spiciness was quite a kick, the salted egg yolk's taste thus became very faint.  But the sauce was still very unique on a otherwise normal fries.

If you love charcoal grills, this can be a "fetal attraction".  You can smell this from a distant.

From the left:
Shiitake Mushrooms S$1.50 each
Pork Shoulder S$2.00
Chicken Thigh S$2.00
Beef Short Ribs S$6.00
All meat were juicy with sinful aroma, the mushrooms were a bit disappointing though.


We tried curry chicken with toasted bread, not bad!  We actually finished every drop of the curry lolxx....  Little things like bread served warm made us very happy.


Soya Sauce Braised Chicken with noodles S$4.00
Look at the plate, S$4 was such steal!  It's not easy find good soya sauce braised chicken, this was one of the best I had eaten.  Noodles were just instant noodles but tasted like heaven with their special homemade minced ginger.

I was expecting a normal braised hard boiled egg, but when I chopped it open, it's lava egg!!!
Becos' I was so chor lor and just chopped it open with a spoon, it looked quite smashed up here.  Else it's like those lava egg you get on japanese ramen.

The taste was so unforgettable that we went back again.  However on the second visit, noodles were sold out (or not available), we ordered chicken with rice.  The standard of the chicken was as good as before but it was a disappointment when the rice came cold and it's plain steam rice.  What happened?  Why no frgrance/oil rice  :((

I didn't not take down the unit numbers of the stalls we visited as the place is not huge, you'll be able find the stalls by walking a few steps in less than a minute.

If you are at the east, don't miss this unique dinning place.  Come lok kok lok kok (causal), relax with shorts and slippers, beer's available here.

Bedok Market Place
348 Bedok Road
Singapore 469560

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