Saw the recommendation from ieat, so there we went.
We have visited this place sooo... MANY times but skipped the food centre, other than the Barcode Bakery which is too visible to be missed (on the ground floor opposite this food centre). We didn't know that there are sooo... MANY foods to eat! So next time if you are to visit Singapore, do come here for local delicacies with a cheap tag that won't burn a hole in your wallet. ;)
Nice curry noodle, as you can see here, S$3 per plate. Cheap and good. I suppose the gravy is homemade as I can taste a gamut of spices in there. The curry chicken wing is succulent and tasty. The noodle is also al dente.
CY has chicken feet noodle (Feng Zao noodle) with lots of sambal chili (he can't live without). With also S$3 per plate, I like the fact that they give us a good number of chicken feet, which is really value for money. Hehe... The chicken feet is really flavourful and almost melts in my mouth. :) The shitake mushroom is umami-ly great! Simply delish!
Hong Lim Food Centre
9am to 3pm
Closed on Sat and Sun
Other than this stall, I would certainly go back for other foods as well, such as crayfish hor fun (rice noodle), chicken rice, fish soup, bah kut teh (herbal pork ribs), wonton mee, curry puff, prawn noodle, etc. The list can go on and on. There is also a number of stalls that sell the same thing, and I can't list all their names down here. The rule of thumb is to order from where the long queues are.
Another review here.