Created 14 January 2016 4:45 PM | Updated 15 Jan 2016
Li Yuling - Dieting? Skip these high-fat, high-calorie veggie options when dining out at a hawker centre
Created 6 January 2016 4:51 PM | Updated 11 Jan 2016
Julia Khoo - Situated next to Pasir Panjang MRT Station on the Circle Line, Pasir Panjang Food Centre is a single-storey, west coast hawker centre that offers Malay mixed rice and Hainanese curry rice in the day as well as great supper options for night owls. We visit the popular stalls to see if they live up to their hype.
Created 5 November 2015 11:50 AM | Updated 18 Nov 2015
Gregory Leow - The first hawker centre to be built after a hiatus of 26 years, this hawker centre of the future comes with automated payment systems, baby-changing facilities and meals for $2.80
Created 3 November 2015 1:16 PM | Updated 12 Nov 2015
Julia Khoo - As a follow-up to our first story on Old Airport Road Food Centre, we go in search of its lesser-known stalls and unearth a Thai wonton noodle stall, a char siew specialist, and more
Created 15 October 2015 10:40 AM | Updated 21 Oct 2015
Julia Khoo - Nestled among car workshops and low rise HDB shop units, Alexandra Village Food Centre is one of two food centres along Jalan Bukit Merah that contain a wealth of hawker gastronomic delights than can rival the east side of Singapore.
Created 5 October 2015 4:02 PM | Updated 11 Jan 2016
Gregory Leow - Joo Chiat Road is an eat street with everything from steamboat with a creamy soup base, Peranakan favourites, vegan dishes, confectioneries, Teochew porridge and the best Vietnamese food in Singapore
Created 3 September 2015 5:22 PM | Updated 10 Sep 2015
HungryGoWhere Team - Singapore goes to the polls on 11 September. Before that, there are rallies to attend and decisions to be made, both of which are better done on a full stomach. Here's where you can eat before and after the rallies
Created 4 August 2015 10:59 AM | Updated 25 Aug 2015
HungryGoWhere Writers - What is Singapore without its hawker food? From chicken rice to char kway teow to the soul warming bowls of bak chor mee and laksa, we pay tribute to the best Singapore foods that are our national identity