East siders have found themselves quite a treat in the form of Changi Village Hawker Centre.

Filled with rows upon rows of delightful and tempting stalls, visitors enjoy indulgent local dishes at a cost-effective rate.

Whether you are craving for Nasi Lemak (most famous stalls are here), warmly comforting bowl brimming with Mee Soto, White Bee Hoon with wok-hei, BBQ delights to Goreng Pisang, you will find it all at this food center.

Note that Changi Village Hawker Centre will be closed temporarily from 15 August to 14 November 2022, so head down soon for your favourites.

Here are the 10 stalls at Changi Village Hawker Centre that you absolutely shouldn’t miss out:

Weng Kee Ipoh Horfun
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-19
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 11pm (Mon – Fri), 8am – 12am (Sat – Sun)

Originated in 1976, 荣记正宗原味怡保河粉 is probably one of Changi Village Hawker Centre’s most famous stalls.

While there are other noodle items such as Fishball Noodles, Wanton Noodles, the signature plates to get are the Ipoh Horfun ($3.50, $5) and Chicken Chop Hor Fun ($3.50, $5).

Some online reviewers may say that standard is not quite like in the past, but it does bring back childhood memories.

The Chicken Cutlet HorFun ($5) came with succulent and appetizingly golden chicken cutlet, but the crisp was not longer quite there when sauced.

The horfun was still silky, drenched in a thick wholesome gravy cooked with old mother’s hen broth.

Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-26
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

There are a number of popular Nasi Lemak stalls here such as International Muslim Nasi Lemak, Sri Sujana, Changi Famous Nasi Lemak, and Mizzy Corner.

Established in 1997, Mizzy Corner is known for its basmati coconut rice, paired with sweet sambal, and signature marinated chicken wings.

There are 5 sets to choose from, named Set A to F, priced from $3.50 to $5.00.

Other add-ones include begedil ($0.50), hotdog ($0.50), otah ($1), fillet ($1), chicken wing ($2), drumstick ($2.50), kembong fish ($2), beef rendang ($3) and sotong ($3).

What I enjoyed best about the Nasi Lemak was indeed its basmati rice which was very fragrant with the coconuty-panda aroma, and fluffy.

International Muslim Food Stall Nasi Lemak
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-03
Tel: +65 84006882
Opening Hours: 7am – 2pm, 6pm – 12am (Tues – Sat), Closed Sun, Mon

Nasi Lemak is one of the most popular hawker delights, so naturally it tops the list as one of the best stalls of Changi Village.

Get your fill of the Nasi Lemak Chicken Set, Fish (Ikan Kuning), Fish Fillet, Ikan Kerin (Dried Fish) and Ikan Bilis Sets from an inexpensive $3.50.

All sets consist of eggs, anchovies, cucumber and sambal.

The delectable Nasi Lemak ($3.50) is surely worth the wait, as the queues can get tediously long. I was quite impressed by the portion size, and the fluffiness of the rich and wholesome coconut rice.

Their sambal definitely stood out, and the fragrant rice paired well with fried egg, chicken, ikan bilis and sliced cucumbers. Of the various stalls here, this is probably my personal favourite in terms of the coconut fragrance.

Changi Famous Nasi Lemak
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-28

Another well-known stall for Nasi Lemak at Changi Village is the Changi Famous Nasi Lemak. There are 5 sets which are priced from $2.90 to $5.

I would recommend Set 3 of their Nasi Lemak ($3.50) which comes with crisp chicken wing fried to perfection on a fragrant bed of fluffy rice.

I found the fried ingredients very well-seasoned and impeccably tender. If you don’t like your nasi lemak too spicy, you will love the subtle hints of sambal that is not very spicy and has a rather sweet taste.

Woon Woon Pek Beehoon
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-52
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

This is a great stall for those who love white beehoon with fresh seafood.

The generous portion sizes, distinct wok hei fragrance and impeccable umami flavors definitely stand out and make their dishes one of a kind.

For those who are looking to indulge in a sizable treat, perhaps you can even try the Seafood Platter ($35) to share with friends.

The gigantic serving comes with white bee hoon with generous amounts of prawns, fish slices, la la and crayfish over heaps of springy bee hoon.

If not, go for their individual-sized Crayfish White Beehoon ($10) though there are also $20 and $30 portions.

Ho Guan Satay Bee Hoon
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-61
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Thurs – Mon), Closed Tues, Wed

This homely little stall welcomes you to try their delicious Satay Bee Hoon made with love and a special recipe perfected over 40 years.

The couple who manage the stall meticulously prepares their star dish with fresh ingredients and a rich satay sauce that really elevates the flavors.

For only $3.50 a plate, I thoroughly enjoyed the sizable portion of their bee hoon drenched in satay sauce with freshly ground spices and peanuts.

Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin
Changi Village Food Centre #01-57
Tel: +65 6545 7845
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

After enjoying hearty meals, round off your trip to this hawker centre by stopping for some delicious desserts from Mei Lin Leng Re Yin Pin. The humble stall has a great variety at reasonable rates.

One of their most famous items is Commando Dessert ($2) made with shaved ice and condensed milk which sells out like hot cakes throughout their opening hours.

There are a few reasons why this is called the “Commando Dessert”. One is due to the red tea longan used which is a similar colour of the commando’s red beret; abnother is because Commandos often frequent this dessert stall.

Million Stars Goreng Pisang
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-49
Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

This is the perfect stall to stop by for a quick fix of your favorite snacks. From delicious Fried Banana Raja ($1.50) to Fried Nian Gao with Sweet Potato ($1.50), you will find all your guilty cravings here.

The perfectly golden brown exterior invites you to bite into the sweet gooey treat waiting within. I found the sweet banana (pisang) rather tempura-ish with a perfect rice flour batter coated to give it a delectable crunch.

Changi Village Fried Hokkien Mee
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-53

For $4, you can get a substantial serving of their fried Hokkien Mee. The blend of yellow noodles and mee hoon has a slurp-licious texture, with every strand generously coated with the stock gravy.

The dish comes with sotong, prawn and fat slices of pork belly with a kick from sambal chili.

Jason’s Place
Changi Village Hawker Centre #01-66

One simply can’t ignore the delectable and inviting aroma coming from this stall, thanks to its charred crispy delights such as Other than Pork, Chicken, and Mutton Satays ($0.70 per pc).

Their Pork Belly Satays ($1.30 per pc, min 10) is supplied by Kwong’s Satay at Geylang – which uses a traditional Hainanese recipe includes marinating the meats with aromatic spices.

If grilled right, the meat melts in your mouth with a smoky taste that lingers on the taste buds, and has a sweet note due to the caramelisation.

People also their BBQ Chicken Wings ($1.40 per pc, min 2pcs) to pair along.

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