10 typical hawker breakfasts

Singapore's hawker centres have plenty of cheap and good choices for the first meal of the day. We rose to get to a few stops, including Chinatown Complex Food Centre, before clocking in at work
1 January 0001 12:00 AM | Updated 26 Feb 2016 By Julia Khoo
Julia Khoo is a passionate foodie, freelance writer, photographer, and mommy of two precocious little girls. She is often guilty of feeding her camera before she feeds her kids – it’s a harmless occupational hazard. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, and browsing brick-and-mortar bookstores – where you’ll most probably find her in the Food & Drink section.
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