Punggol residents have more reasons to rejoice as One Punggol Hawker Centre has just launched.

The food centre which is managed by Timbre Group (the same as Yishun Park Food Centre) is located at the heart of Punggol, accessible by Sam Kee LRT station.

It comprises of 34 stalls with more than 700 seats, and some stalls start opening from as early as 7am.

Do note that as it is still the soft launch phase, so not all the stalls are opened yet, and perhaps you can plan your visit later on.

Stalls you can expect at One Punggol Hawker Centre include Uncle Penyet, Zi Jia Yong Tau Foo 自家酿豆腐, No. 25 Minced Meat Noodle, Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge, “Lao Di Fang” The Usual Place by Jiaocai Seafood, Eng Kee Chicken Wings, Amoy Ban Mian, Happy Pot, Guo Qin Noodle, Souperb, Fei Zhuang Yuan Herbal Bak Kut Teh, Changi Village Fried Hokkien Mee, Rendang Nation, Ci En Vegetarian, and Hi Leskmi Whampoa Nasi Lemak.

No. 25 Minced Meat Noodle
One Punggol Hawker Centre #02-28

This Bak Chor Mee stall at Bukit Merah Central gained social media fame for it Minced Meat Noodles with tonkotsu-style broth.

The Signature Minced Meat Noodles ($7) is not the cheapest BCM around but you can taste the smokiness of dried sole and the umami flavours of meat in the soup.

The bowl comes brimming with ingredients. You get the usual mix of minced meat, sliced pork, pork liver, along with fish dumpling.

This Punggol stall will have an extended menu with more items such as Seafood Abalone Noodle, Fuzhou Fishball Soup, and Pig Liver Soup.

Eng Kee Chicken Wings
One Punggol Hawker Centre #02-34

While there are quite a number of economical beehoon stalls in Singapore, few would be focused on chicken wings. So, there are customers who order just beehoon and wings over here.

Contrary to its name, Eng Kee offers more than just chicken wings. Recommended items include Otah, Wu Xiang (Ngoh Hiang), Bian Xiang, Small Xi Dao Fish Cake, White Fish Cake, Egg, Luncheon Meat, or Fried Tofu.

As for the famed Chicken Wings, there is something about their soy margination and way they fry that keeps the inside moist and juicy.

Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge
One Punggol Hawker Centre #02-19

Kwang Kee Teochew Fish Porridge has been around for more than 60 years, and its original stall at Newton Food Centre is also awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand.

On the menu are Sliced Fish Porridge, Sliced Fish Soup, Fried Fish Soup, Fish Head Soup and Dual Fish Soup.

The fish soup is known to be clear and clean-tasting, mildly-sweet and yet flavourful. I loved that, along with the freshness of the thick-cut fish slices.

Uncle Penyet
One Punggol Hawker Centre #02-01

Known for its repertoire of Halal dishes including Ayam Panggang, Bakso Soup and Dory Penyet, Uncle Penyet is (of course) best known for its Ayam Penyet ($6.50) of smashed chicken thigh.

The dish is served with fried tofu, cucumbers and tomatoes, curry gravy, crunchy bits and signature sambal belachan chilli with fragrant steamed rice.

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

Their Fried Hokkien Mee comes in serving sizes of $5, $6, $8; and they also serve up Roasted Pork Prawn Noodles ($8), Lala Prawn Noodles ($8), and Big Prawn Hokkien Noodle ($15)

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

75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup
One Punggol Hawker Centre #02-13

This is a famous dessert stall in Singapore, offering peanut, almond milk and ginger soup bases, with glutinous rice balls filled with peanut, red bean, yam, green tea and black sesame.

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