9 Stalls in Clementi & West Coast You Can Dabao From!Germaine Tanon April 30, 2020 at 11:00 pm

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We have covered a few places in Jurong, Ang Mo Kio and Bedok where you can taboo from so do check them out if you are running out of ideas for mealtime. This week, we returned to the West in search of some delicious food in Clementi & West Coast. Read on to find out more especially if you reside in the West!

2ThumbsUp Hainanese Curry Rice

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I am not sure if it’s just me, but being cooped up at home during this Circuit Breaker somehow got me craving for curry a lot. And 2ThumbsUp Hainanese Curry Rice sounds like the perfect meal to have right now. Located in a coffee shop near Clementi, 2ThumbsUp is well known for their Hainanese Curry Rice. You can either choose your favourite ingredients to go with your white rice, or opt for the Curry Sets on offer. The food here is pretty affordable. For $4.80, you can expect a heap of white rice topped with 2 meat dishes, vegetables, a fried egg, delicious curry and braising sauce. Ingredients available include curry chicken, Hainanese pork chop, chap chye, braised pork belly, meatballs, and more.

2ThumbsUp Hainanese Curry Rice

Address: 450 Clementi Avenue 3 #01-271, Singapore 120450

Opening Hours: 9.30am to 10pm daily. (Closed on alternate Sundays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2tuhcr/

Hani Food Stall

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Hani Food Stall has been serving delicious local favourites such as lontong, mee rebus and nasi lemak for about 30 years. Originally located at Alexandra Terrace, they moved to West Coast Market Square about 20 years ago. The food here is not only delectable, but also very pocket-friendly! With just $3, you can get a plate of Mee Rebus or Lontong. The Mee Rebus noodles were cooked to perfection and well coated with a thick fragrant gravy which was absolutely irresistible. The fried shallots added a lovely aroma and crunch, while the green chillies kept the dish refreshing with an occasional spicy kick. While you’re there, try their Lontong too! It has a strong coconut aroma and I’m sure the dish will not disappoint. If you are a fan of Mee Rebus and Lontong, you definitely need to pop by and dabao some now.

Hani Food Stall

Address: 450 Clementi Avenue 3 #01-271, Singapore 120450

Opening Hours: 9.30am to 10pm daily. (Closed on alternate Sundays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2tuhcr/

Skinny Chef

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Looking for a surprise treat for your kids who are diligently doing their Home Based Learning assignments? Skinny Chef will definitely cheer all your little ones up! Which kid wouldn’t like a plate of fried chicken all to him or herself? The signature XXL Chicken Cutlet with Nacho Cheese and Sous Vide Egg is definitely a must try. Expect extra crispy skin and tender and juicy meat. The nacho cheese definitely added more flavour to the dish. For the adults seeking a healthier option, you can go for their grilled meats. All of their meats, other than the fried chicken cutlet, are cooked using the sous vide method. Although this method is very time consuming, they do so to ensure your meats are cooked perfectly every single time. Does this sound like a good idea for a surprise treat? Head over to dabao some kickass fried chicken for your kids now.

Skinny Chef

Address: Blk 325 Clementi Avenue 5 #01-129, Singapore 120325

Mobile: 9758 2325

Opening Hours: 11.30am to 9.30pm daily.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Skinny-Chef-325940491519156/

Brothers Rojak

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If there’s anything I can’t get used to during this Circuit Breaker, it is the lack of snack options. I was so glad to learn that Brothers Rojak is still in operation during this period! A plate of rojak here consists of freshly cut fruits, tau pok and youtiao. To give it a crispy texture, the tau pok and youtiao are toasted just before the dish is served to you. This ensemble is then tossed in a sticky, sweet and slightly pungent fermented shrimp paste. The sauce is dark and flavourful, and is lifted by the flora notes of ginger torch bud. Crushed peanuts are sprinkled all over for that extra crunch. You have an option to add on more ingredients such as stuffed taupok (taupok pau), century egg and pressed cuttlefish. I would suggest that you dabao two portions lest you regret by the time you get home!

Brothers Rojak

Address: 449 Clementi Avenue 3 #01-211, Singapore 120449

Opening Hours: 11am to 9.30pm daily. (Closed on Sundays)

Ah Ma Lor Mee

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Would you agree that anything cooked by Ah Ma is the best comfort food in the world? At Ah Ma Lor Mee, the recipe used is passed down from the owners’ grandmother. If you’re in the West and crave good lor mee, you must pay Ah Ma Lor Mee a visit. A bowl of lor mee here comprises braised pork slices, white fish flakes, egg and fried meat ball. The fried meat ball replaces the usual ngoh hiang you would typically get. The meat ball is crispy on the outside, and tender on the inside. When coated with the fragrant gravy, this meat ball is simply delectable. While you are there, you might also want to give their Prawn Mee a go!

Ah Ma Lor Mee

Address: 328 Clementi Avenue 2, Singapore 120328

Mobile: 8288 0810

Opening Hours: 7am to 2pm daily. (Closed on Thursdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ahmalormee/

Joo Chiat Prawn Mee

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The cloudy weather in the past week got me craving for soupy dishes. I decided that a heartwarming bowl of Prawn Noodle Soup will do the trick, and Joo Chiat Prawn Mee definitely did! They are known as the Masters of Prawn Mee because they are relatives of the owners of Blanco Court, Jalan Sultan and Beach Road Prawn Noodles. On top of that, they also taught the founders of 545 Whampoa Noodles how to cook prawn noodles! Joo Chiat Prawn Noodles’ murky soup was hearty and comforting. It boasted a good balance of savoury flavours and sweetness of prawns and pork bones. The broth is definitely flavourful enough on its own, but you can choose to add on some chilli powder for a spicy kick. You can add Pork Ribs or Pig’s Tail as well. They definitely live up to their name of being the Master of Prawn Mee because their soup is really good!

Joo Chiat Prawn Mee

Address: Blk 503 West Coast Drive #01-35, Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Singapore 120503

Opening Hours: 7.30am to 3pm daily. (Closed on Tuesdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joochiatprawn/

Tokyo BBQ Seafood

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If you are a fan of spicy food, this stall will definitely live up to your expectations. Don’t be fooled by their stall name, Tokyo BBQ Seafood doesn’t serve any Japanese cuisine. Instead, they are well-known for grilling a really good plate of BBQ Stingray. Rather than the usual wide and flat stingray fins you would get from other stalls, Tokyo’s BBQ Stingray is rather thick and elongated. The tender and succulent flesh peels off easily from the cartilage, and is absolutely delicious when eaten with the sambal paste. This dish comes along with cinchalok. Tokyo BBQ Seafood also offers a wide variety of Seafood dishes including the Oyster Omelette and White Clams Lala which were both very appetising!

Tokyo BBQ Seafood

Address: Blk 503 West Coast Drive #01-07, Ayer Rajah Food Centre, Singapore 120503

Mobile: 8222 9773

Opening Hours: 5pm to 11.30pm daily.

Li Yuan Mee Pok

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As we know, Bak Chor Mee is a famous local dish in Singapore. Here at Li Yuan Mee Pok, this local delight is prepared and cooked with precision by a Japanese, Naoji-san. In a bid to pursue his passion for cooking, Naoji-san gave up his finance job and started a Japanese stall beside another stall selling Mee Pok in the current coffee shop. He was fascinated by the way Mr Eric Chia cooked his mee pok and started learning from him for half a year before taking over the stall. Naoji-san cooks our local BCM like a pro, and is very meticulous in ensuring each bowl of noodles is cooked for a certain time. Each bowl comes with an abalone slice, meat ball, minced meat and fresh big prawns atop al dente and springy noodles. I highly recommend the soup version as the cabbage brings a subtle sweetness to the cloudy and satisfying broth.

Li Yuan Mee Pok

Address: Blk 710 Clementi West Street 2, Weng Kwang Coffeeshop, Singapore 120170

Opening Hours: 6am to 3pm daily. (Closed on Sundays)

Wong Kee Wanton Mee

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I was really impressed to find out that Wong Kee Wanton Mee makes all their ingredients from scratch. From the noodles, to wanton skin, to the chilli, you can be assured that you’re getting a high-quality plate of mee that is value for money. The noodles offered here are made with all natural ingredients such as eggs, flour, spinach and tomatoes. I really love the green and orange noodles. Their signature Beef Brisket Noodles sees light spinach noodles drenched in a rich beef sauce. The extremely soft and tender beef is cooked with more than 20 different spices and stewed for more than 10 hours! The tomato-flavoured mee pok comes with big wantons, a generous portion of kailan, homemade chilli and house-roasted char siew. The wanton skin is made with either spinach or tomato, then loaded with generous amounts of minced meat, black fungus, chestnuts and mushrooms. You can even buy their fresh noodles, wantons and dumplings home to assemble your own plate of wanton mee!

Wong Kee Wanton Mee

Address: 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent #01-06, Timbre+, Singapore 139957

Mobile: 9653 4819

Opening Hours: Mondays to Fridays 7.30am to 6pm. Saturdays 8am to 2pm. (Closed on Sundays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wongkeewantonnoodle/

We have put together a list of food options for all three meals and even some options for a good mid-day snack. Just a gentle shoutout to encourage all of you to lend some support to our hawker heroes during this difficult period. Here’s hoping everyone is staying home and staying safe too!

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