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What to eat at Marine Parade Food Centre?

Marine Parade Food Centre is one of the highly rated hawker centres in Singapore and many will ask “What to eat at Marine Parade Food Centre ah?”. So during our recent staycation at Village Hotel Katong, we decided to check out the food centre and tell you what are some of the recommended stalls here…

What to eat at Marine Parade Food Centre?
What to eat at Marine Parade Food Centre?


Recommended foods at Marine Parade Food Centre

Xing Long Cooked Food

 Xing Long Cooked Food - Economical Rice aka 杂菜饭 at Marine Parade Food Centre
Xing Long Cooked Food – Economical Rice aka 杂菜饭 at Marine Parade Food Centre

Netizens have been recommending this stall for its otah,fried potato balls, curry chicken, lemon chicken among others. This time, we tried the stir fried chicken, potato balls,otah and because we saw many going for the fried fish, we had it as well. Our choices was also fuelled by Uncle’s incessant “来” (meaning “come” – what else?)

The total damage? $6.30!! The most we’ve ever paid for economical rice!!

 $6.30 economic rice at Xing Long Cooked Food
$6.30 economic rice at Xing Long Cooked Food

Truth be told, we’re just too greedy and wanted to try all the recommended dishes here. Therefore the price became quite ridiculous (it’s actually a 4-meat rice). This is because even in the potato balls, there’s some beef rolled into it. To be fair, the food was not bad. The otah otah had a firm texture (not the soft slimy kind) while the fish bits stood out from the curry flavour (unlike some with curry and no fish). The stir fried chicken has some kind of satay sauce fried into it which tasted quite unique. There was nothing too special about the potato balls and fried fish though. Fish was fresh and there was a slight crisp on the outside. But that was it.

So for $6.30? It’s definitely on the high side.

Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak

 Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak - Marine Parade Food Centre
Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak – Marine Parade Food Centre

The special thing about Hup Lee is that usually you’ll find $2 nasi lemak but this stall offers the same ingredients with Bee Hoon instead. Definitely an excellent price for a hearty breakfast meal.

Neptune Dim Sum

 Neptune Dim Sum Marine Parade Food Centre
Neptune Dim Sum Marine Parade Food Centre

We did not manage to (or have the stomach to) try out this stall. However, many netizens have recommended the dim sum here. Have you tried it? Do let us know in the comments section below!

Apollo Fresh Cockle Fried Kway Teow

 Apollo Fresh Cockle Fried Kway Teow Marine Parade Food Centre
Apollo Fresh Cockle Fried Kway Teow Marine Parade Food Centre

Another recommended stall at Marine Parade Food Centre. We were contemplating whether to go for this or give the hokkien mee a few stalls down a try. We decided to go for the latter. But according to the queues (and the look of Uncle Apollo), it seems that this is must-try as well.

Seremban Beef Noodles

 Seremban Beef Noodles Marine Parade Food Centre
Seremban Beef Noodles Marine Parade Food Centre

We’ve tried the beef noodles during our last visit here and thought that the taste was indeed good. It reminded us of the same traditional (dry version) of the beef noodles we had when we were young. Nowadays, the dried version of the gravy seems to be either too sweet or too salty. Seremban got it just right. There’s just one gripe that we have and we would just like to remind our readers to request the Aunty to cook the beef just a tad bit more (ensure that the colour changes!) If you know what we mean…

Hokkien Fried Noodles

 Hokkien Fried Noodles Marine Parade Food Centre
Hokkien Fried Noodles (next to Seremban Beef Noodles) Marine Parade Food Centre

There are usually 2 versions of the Hokkien Fried Noodles. The dry and sticky version with all the taste infused into the noodles or this, the slightly wet version. Of course, we prefer the dry version. So it was with some prejudice that we tried this version at Marine Parade Food Centre. We also noticed that the uncle did not really “fry” the noodles but more of “stirring” the noodles into the soup. As a result, as expected, the noodles did not turn out as good as other versions we’ve tried. For the slightly wet version, Tiong Bahru and Clementi still tastes better. But as a consolation, as you work towards the end of the plate, you’ll taste the gravy and its quite sweet and delicious. Perhaps frying a little longer (and harder) would have made the difference.

Katong Chicken Curry Puffs

 Katong Chicken Curry Puffs - Marine Parade Food Centre
Katong Chicken Curry Puffs – Marine Parade Food Centre

 Inside Katong chicken curry puff
Inside Katong chicken curry puff

Again, many have raved about the chicken curry puff at Marine Parade Food Centre. And it did not disappoint. The outer layer was puffy and crispy (bits dropped off as we went in for our first bite). The puff was still piping hot – an indication of fresh ingredients and regular crowd. Last but most importantly, the curry inside oozed out as you bite into it. This is in stark contrast to the usual “dry on the inside” versions that you would have.

So a thumbs up for the Katong Chicken Curry Puff!

What to eat at Marine Parade Food Centre

What to eat at Marine Parade Food Centre

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