14 Golden Mile Food Centre Stalls You Should Definitely Try

Blurb: The Golden Mile Food Centre in Singapore has all sorts of delicious cuisines available. With two floors, the centre is full of must-try street foods which anyone can enjoy.

The Golden Mile Food Centre is located at 505 Beach Road, Singapore and has been operating since 1975. With two floors filled with dozens of food stalls, there is no end to the scrumptious food available to try.

Located right under the Army Market and also at Beach Road Singapore 199583, many visit the golden mile food centre just to enjoy different types of food available on stalls.

1. Thailand Chicken Rice (Unit #B1 – 39)

Thailand Chicken Rice

Starting off in the lower level (basement floor) of the hawker centre, we can easily put Thailand Chicken Rice at the top of the list. In the treasure trove of stalls, stall owner May Lee serves some of the best Hainanese boneless chicken rice in Singapore.

The poached chicken is soft and juicy, served next to tender, fragrant rice. Their delicious chilli sauce is the perfect add-on, bringing a zesty and spicy pop to the savoury chicken and rice. You can also try their roasted chicken chop, for a little more crunch and umami. Paired with a delicious broth, this stall brings out the best of Thailand’s simple and traditional flavours.

They’re open everyday at 7 am, but this stall is so popular that they often sell out. Make sure to visit it at 505 Beach Road Singapore before lunch time to get the freshest food!

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2. Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles (Unit #01 – 89)

Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles

The Kheng Fatt Hainanese Beef Noodles stall is located on the top floor of the Golden Mile Food Centre. If you’re looking for comfort food, look no further. The serves one-person sets of delicious dry beef noodles and beef noodles in a soup version.

The chewy, springy rice noodles, beef slices cooked perfectly, and thick gooey gravy can cure any headache. If you prefer a milder flavour, try the soup instead. The beef balls on the side of the Hainanese beef noodles and the fresh bean sprouts complete the dish perfectly.

The stall is open every Tuesday to Thursday, from 11:30 am to 7:30 pm. The dishes are also incredibly affordable, at just $4.00 – $7.00 depending on the beef sides you want to add on.

3. You Fu Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle (Unit #01 – 57)

You Fu Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle

Run by a father son duo, You Fu Hokkien Prawn Noodle on the first floor of the Golden Mile Food Centre serves up hokkien mee that will make your jaw drop. If you like the dry version of hokkien mee, you’re in for an extra special treat.

Served in a hearty prawn mee broth and topped with crispy pork lard, kaffir lime, sliced poached pork chop, and two prawns, every mouthful is satisfying. The yellow noodles are even cooked in the thick broth so they absorb even more flavour. For an extra kick, the Hainan hokkien mee also comes with a spoonful of intense sambal chilli sauce.

Visit on Monday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, or during Tuesday and Thursday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The stall is closed every Wednesday. Each dish of yummy yellow noodles costs just $4.00!

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4. Ah Xiao Teochew Braised Duck (Unit #B1 – 43)

Ah Xiao Teochew Braised Duck

Operating since the 1990s, Ah Xiao Teochew has been dishing up braised duck rice and succulent duck slices for decades. You can smell the roasted duck rice from several stalls away, making it hard to resist!

The stall has been run by two generations of the owner’s family, and their homely and simple duck rice preparation hasn’t changed. You can be sure to get tender rice, fragrant, flavourful duck with crispy skin, and two chilli sauces that are perfectly done every time. The braised egg that comes with the rice is also marinated to perfection!

They also sell quarter, halves, and whole braised duck along with the signature braised duck rice. The quarter is $10.00, the half $18.00, and the whole duck is $36.00. For a plate of braised duck rice, it will only cost you $3.00!

They are open on weekdays from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm, and on weekends from 9:30 pm to 1:30 pm. Visit the stall and make sure to try the rice with their chilli mee and chilli padi, made with bright red chillies and vinegar.

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5. Yew Chuan Claypot Rice (Unit #01 – 73)

Yew Chuan Claypot Rice

The owners of Yew Chuan Claypot Rice have served claypot rice for over four decades, and are still going strong! They operate from their original stall at the Golden Mile Food Centre, which was opened over seventeen years ago.

If you’ve never tried claypot rice before, now is the next best time. You can watch your order cooked in seasoned clay pots, as each dish is cooked to order. The unique method of cooking gives the rice a taste you just can’t find anywhere else!

Both fragrant, earthy, and slightly charred, the rice pairs amazingly with the stall’s super tender chicken and leafy greens. The pots are cooked over a blazing hot charcoal grill, and you can be sure to get a very generous portion for just $6.00!

Season your rice with any mix of the sauces at the table; they have black sweet sauce, soya sauce, and chilli sauce. Visit them anytime from 12:00 pm to 8:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. They’re also open on weekends, from 4:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

6. Ashes Burnnit (Unit #B1 – 24)

Ashes Burnnit is a relatively new stall at the Golden Mile Food Centre, and serves innovative burgers at a great price. One of their best-sellers is the Ashes Smash cheese burger, made with a handcrafted beef patty, lots of American cheese, a soft bun, and fries, for just $5.90!

Of course, all of their burgers have juicy beef patties and fresh ingredients. We also recommend the Truffle Mushroom burger, topped with truffle cream sauce, mushrooms, and more cheese.

Not a fan of beef? No worries, Ashes Burnnit also has yummy chicken burgers. Their Fried Chicken burger is also $5.90, and if you’d rather a healthy salad than fries, you can replace the side for just $2.00.

The stall is open from 11:30 am to 8:30 pm everyday. With their fast service, you won’t have to wait long to get a freshly cooked burger and seasoned fries, even with a line.

7. Charlie’s Peranakan Food (Unit #B1 – 30)

Charlie’s Peranakan Food hawker stall is a dream for anyone who loves Peranakan cuisine. It serves classic dishes like Ayam Buah Keluak for $7.00, Buah Keluak Tulang Babi (pork ribs) for $12.00, and Assam Fish for $16.00.

The Assam Fish is especially well-loved by customers. It’s a whole, salted fish cooked and served smothered in assam gravy. Vegetables are served with it on the side, and it can be taken home and enjoyed with rice!

They have other classics as well, like beef rendang, opor ayam (chicken curry), and bakwan kepiting (crab). Customers love that they can get super authentic Peranakan food at 505 Beach Road Singapore, and most menu items only cost around $7 to $16 at most!

Charlie’s Peranakan Food also changes their menu to include dishes with seasonal ingredients, so you’ll be able to enjoy special meals you normally wouldn’t be able to get anywhere else. They are open every day of the week from 11:30 am to 7:30 pm.

8. Chef Choo Signature (Unit #B1 – 45)

Chef Choo Signature in the basement level of 505 Beach Road Singapore 199583 serves delicious Western pasta dishes. The owner and chef, Mr. Choo, previously worked at Pete’s Place, a 5-star restaurant! Their signature dish is the sizzling seafood spaghetti, heavy with clams, mussels, and big prawns.

It’s served in a cast iron skillet, so it really will sizzle as you eat it! The tomato sauce is made fresh, not from a jar or can. The best part? It only costs $7.90! If you’re not a fan of seafood, no worries. Chef Choo also has delicious spaghetti carbonara, which has the perfect amount of creaminess. It and most of the other menu items only cost around $7.00.

Chef Choo Signature is a great example of how diverse Golden Mile food centre is! The stall is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 11:30 am to 7:00 pm. They are closed on Mondays.

9. Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly (Unit #01 – 58)

Savoury dishes are great, but they’re even better when you follow them up with a delicious dessert! Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly stall is the perfect place to get a sweet treat, with a perfect balance of textures.

Try their glutinous rice balls, which come with five different fillings! They have a chewy, smooth texture that is super fun to eat. Fillings include green tea, red bean, and black sesame! The fillings burst in your mouth as you chew.

Of course, their grass jelly is the star of the show. Served in a traditional porcelain bowl, the grass jelly can be topped with nata de coco, palm seeds, sea coconut, or longan. These grass jelly drinks can be served hot or cold in size small or large, and cost anywhere from $2.20 to $3.00. It’s super affordable, yummy, and refreshing.

The grass jelly is handmade, and you can also choose the sweetened soup it comes in. Their peanut soup is the most popular, especially paired with the flavourful and nutty black sesame rice balls! If you’re not in the mood for peanut soup, they also have almond, ginger, and longan soup.

Visit Zhao An Granny Grass Jelly on Mondays and Wednesday to Sunday from 11:30 am to 6:30 pm, or on Tuesdays from 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm.

10. Flourful Delight (Unit #01 – 85)

Flourful Delight at the Golden Mile Food Centre has the most delicious wanton noodles, and Chinese dumplings! Find the best xiao long bao, zha jiang mian, braised beef noodles, and braised pork ribs at their stall.

The father-son duo operating Flourful Delight make all their dumplings and noodles by hand. You can tell just by approaching the stall, since the entire workbench is covered in dough and flour. You can choose thick or thin vermicelli for your noodle dish, and is served with emerald green bok choy, green onion, and thick cuts of tender pork belly or other meats.

Their fried wanton is another best-seller, as it’s a great snack with abundant meat filling. Their xiao long bao are delicately made, so the dumpling skin is thin but sturdy enough to hold the soup inside!

They are open from Tuesday to Sunday (closed Mondays) from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, and from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. On Sundays, they are only open in the afternoons and closed in the evenings.

11. Fudo Get Wafu (Unit #01 – 111)

Fudo Get Wafu, also called Fudo, is the only Japanese-Western fusion Golden Mile Food Centre stall! It serves up fusion pasta dishes, including their beloved Spicy Mentaiko Spaghetti, which is topped with spicy cod roe and prawn. It costs just $7.00, and is easy to get addicted to.

Their Mala fried chicken karaage is another fan favourite, cut into bite-sized pieces and fried to perfection. Served with spicy mala mayo and a fresh salad, the chicken is also battered and fried to order! The dish is priced at just $4.00. Visit Fudo from Tuesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm to 8:30 pm!

12. Hainan Hokkien Mee (Unit #B1 – 34)

Hainan Hokkien Mee is a prawn mee paradise! Prawn mee is a classic Golden Mile food, and well-loved by its visitors. Owned and run by a small family, every serving of hokkien mee is fried with care and plated with a side of chilli mee. With One Prawn Noodle of 505 Beach Road Singapore 199583 permanently closed, you can turn to Hainan Hokkien Mee for your prawn mee cravings.

Their fried hokkien mee is just $4.00, and made with delicious wok hei; the perfect blend of flavour and aroma. Wok hei can only be achieved through years of experience cooking with a wok. You can taste wok hei in food by the caramelisation of the wok’s oils and sugars.

You can also buy halved prawns in a hot seafood broth to enjoy. The stall is open every day except Wednesdays, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. On Mondays, they are only open until 3:00 pm.

13. 91 Fried Kway Teow Mee (Unit #01 – 91)

91 Fried Kway Teow Mee serves health-conscious fried Char Kway Teow smothered in chye sim vegetables and ikan bilis. It’s fried without any lard or pork, but don’t worry – it’s still bursting in flavour. It’s topped with crispy fish skin, which is even better than fatty pork! We personally find it better than lor mee drenched in gravy, also served at the Golden Mile Food Centre.

Their Char Kway Teow also has an amazing depth of umami, as its broth is made over the course of ten hours. It’s priced at just $3.00 – $5.00 (depending on portion size). It’s so popular, it has been featured in Singapore’s Michelin Guide, putting the Golden Mile Food Centre into the foodie spotlight.

Visit the stall and enjoy their healthy fried kway teow anytime from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm, from Tuesday to Sunday.

14. Shen Bakmi Noodle (Unit #B1 – 37)

Shen Bakmi Noodle dishes up Indonesian bakmi noodles with a Japanese ramen twist! Their Soy Pork Noodles are a best-seller, served with a ramen egg, black fungus, bean curd and mushrooms along with a savoury broth. Topped with chili sauce, this noodle dish $5.00 (or $6.00 for a bigger portion).

Why Golden Mile Food Centre is Famous?

As one of the oldest food stall centre’s, Golden Mile Food Centre had a role in shaping Singapore’s hawker industry. Throughout the years, Golden Mile has remained in the spotlight as one of Singapore’s best food stall centres to visit.

The food centre serves cuisines from all over the world – purchase anything from a cheese burger to hokkien mee, and make sure you have plenty of room to fill up. We visited the Golden Mile Food Centre and made a list of the best food stalls to try! If you have CDC (Community Development Council) vouchers saved, be sure to bring them during your Golden Mile Food Centre visit too!

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