While being a hawker is a dying trade in Singapore, these new generation hawkers are revamping hawker food and bringing new dishes to the masses. Last year, the first Tiger Street Festival was held, for young hawkers to showcase their food and creations and the proceeds went to the Tiger Street Food Support Fund.
If you're tired of burning a hole in your wallet from eating $10 lunches everyday, here are some delicious hidden (and not so hidden) hawker gems that will ease the burden on your wallets.
Newly opened in Amoy Street Food Centre, Gyu Nami only has one item on its menu: Wagyu Roast Beef Donburi, priced at $10 each.
There’s no need to mope over the end of the June holidays. This month, there’s a host of exciting activities and scrummy new eats to dive into in July 2017.
Besides good old McDonald's, there are actually quite a few supper places in Singapore that can feed your hungry soul at odd hours of the night/morning.
Not your typical food tour. Explore the untold Singapore stories on Makan Bus too!
Uncovering the untold stories of our hawkers
Even if it takes an hour on the MRT, you'll still wanna head to Yishun!
Embark on this meaning food trail and thank those who tirelessly serve you food every day!
They're not your usual find.
From good ol' kaya toast to a fluffy egg prata.
You heard us right. Prata with poached egg, eggs benedict, hollandaise sauce, and the likes. We're heading down tonight.