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East Coast Lagoon Food Village

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Located along East Coast Parkway, you can find a wide variety of value-for-money dishes and snacks at East Coast Lagoon Food Village.
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Good food comes with reasonable price

Food is good. Price reasonable. Service staff friendly... Must Try.. We have guest coming from all over e world, Spain, Australia, USA, etc, and when they so many choices to choose from in food village, they will stop by to even have a glimpse when walk past, no obligations even after looking at menu. Stingray is everyone favourite n coming in 2nd chilli crab.. 365 days a year, price of crab remains e same... All is been said. Do come and have a try.. Remember: No Obligations even u look at menu.. Stall 11 High Kee. East Coast Lagoon Food Village

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• 07 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good food comes with reasonable price

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Food is good. Price reasonable. Service staff friendly... Must Try.. We have guest coming from all over e world, Spain, Australia, USA, etc, and when they so many choices to choose from in food village, they will stop by to even have a glimpse when walk past, no obligations even after looking at menu. Stingray is everyone favourite n coming in 2nd chilli crab.. 365 days a year, price of crab remains e same... All is been said. Do come and have a try.. Remember: No Obligations even u look at menu.. Stall 11 High Kee. East Coast Lagoon Food Village
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  • Good food we must share. We accept any comments n do utmost best to accommodate every request..
• 07 Apr 2014 • 268 reviews • 1 follower

Average Hawker Food @ East Coast Lagoon Food Village on 6Apr2014

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/04/06/average-hawker-food-east-coast-lagoon-food-village-on-6apr2014/
went with wife to marine parade/changi coast road to cycle my new bike this morning. decided to makan at east coast lagoon food village. the place was closed for S$1.5m 3-month renovation in aug2013 & re-opened in nov2013. i hardly went there even before renovation so didn’t mind to try out the place. the food stalls were spread over a sprawling area. it’s probably good for ambience & but kind of inconvenient for getting food and didn’t look like too many seats over a large area, not so efficient.
the orh luah at stall No12 was pretty good. i bought the S$4 portion & that was enough for 2 of us. i quite liked the egg & corn flour starchy part with egg.  
the S$4.50 roxy “one & only” laksa was quite disappointing, don't even have him (cockles)! i hardly take laksa these days anyway, nothing like the very shiok curry chicken noddles @ hong lim food centre. 
it was the usual “katong” lemak laksa now selling everywhere including hollandv.  laksa w/o hum was like meaningless to me (that is of course just a personal preference). in any case it was no different from anywhere & my favourite is still sungei road laksa which was lots better than this & cost only S$3 PLUS it has cockles & you can “add cockles”.
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