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10 Best Hawker Stalls in Bedok 85 [2023]

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Looking for the best hawker stall in Bedok 85? Look no further!

We have compiled a list of the best restaurants in the area, so you can enjoy a delicious meal without having to leave your neighborhood. Whether you are in the mood for Chinese, Indian, or Italian cuisine, Bedok 85 has something for everyone.

So what are you waiting for? Start planning your next dining adventure today!

1. 85 Bedok North Fried Oyster

85 Bedok North Fried Oyster - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
85 Bedok North Fried Oyster – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Uncover Asia)
Key ServicesHawker stall
Address85 Bedok North Street 4, #01-09/10, Singapore 460085
Phone+65 8180 7751
Operating HoursDaily:

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We recommend ordering the fried oyster omelet, which is without a doubt the show’s highlight. It has a nice balance between the fluffy egg, crispy and gooey tapioca starch, sprigs of fresh coriander and spring onion, and zingy chili sauce. Expect to pay around $4. If you’re feeling ravenous, you might as well order some white carrot cake as well.

Key Differentiators

  • Traditional aesthetics
  • Famous oyster omelet
  • Famous hawker stall

Customer Testimonial

The fried oyster is freaking good.
The oyster is cleanly wash, didn’t taste fishy. It makes a good harmony with the egg, coriander, and chili. However i think I can count the oyster with my hand, different from the nearby oyster shop but it taste better. Writing this review makes me want to eat this oyster again.

POppy PS

2. 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup

75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup via Facebook)
Key ServicesDessert shop
Address01-75 Golden Mile Food Centre, 505 Beach Rd, Singapore 199583
Operating HoursDaily: 11AM–8:30PM

75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup’s dessert is a great way to finish off your dinner. It has all kinds of handmade glutinous rice balls, ranging from black sesame and peanut to red bean and matcha, as well as traditional soups such as ginger, almond milk, and longan red date.

We love the traditional peanut soup with black sesame balls: it’s sweet, earthy, and nutty, and the glutinous rice balls have a lovely soft texture. Expect to pay between $2 and $5 for this dish.

Key Differentiators

  • Glutinous Rice Balls in Peanut Soup
  • More than 70 years in tradition of glutinous rice balls
  • Delicious peanut soup

Customer Testimonial

Old time favorite traditional dessert. Good for after meal dessert or just in its own during tea time. First choose one of the four soup – longan, almond, ginger or peanut. Not too sweet but just nice. Then choose the number and type of Ah Balling dumplings (see photo). You can mix different dumpling filling as well. Enjoy….

Shaik Buhari

3. Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian via Facebook)
Key ServicesHawker stall
Address85, #01-07 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 460085
Phone+65 9879 4599
Operating HoursDaily: 11AM–11PM
Closed on Thursdays

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian is also known for its specialty noodles, like the world-famous Sichuan Xiao Long Bao. Xi’an restaurants offer a variety of options that cater to tourists and residents alike

You’ll pay upwards of $3 for a bowl filled with thin and springy egg noodles, bouncy meatballs, crispy pork lard, minced pork, and a light broth. It’s seasoned with spring onions and hot chilies that add a little spice to the dish. Don’t expect to find a dry version of this dish on the menu.

Key Differentiators

  • Specialty noodles
  • World-Famous
  • Offers variety of options for tourists and locals

Customer Testimonial

The soupy minced meat noodles here was delicious. It’s one of the few places in Singapore that serves up such noodles. Prices were really reasonable too. Highly recommended.

Bryan Yap

4. Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles

Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles via Instagram)
Key ServicesHawker stall
Address64 Loyang Way, Singapore 508754
Phone+65 9083 3320
Operating HoursMonday to Saturday: 7AM–3PM

You may enjoy a soothing bowl of noodles at this eatery, whether you like dry or soup prawn noodles. The soup version has chewy noodles, succulent prawns and beansprouts swimming in a slightly savory, umami-rich sauce that is topped with shallot oil.

Meanwhile, the dry version is served in a delicious spicy sauce and comes with a tiny portion of soup. Prices begin at $5 and may be increased by purchasing extra ingredients such as pork ribs and other organs.

Key Differentiators

  • Soothing bowl of noodles
  • Generous servings
  • With dry version

Customer Testimonial

Service is quite fast and good. Medium portion costs $7.50 comes with 2 prawns and 3 pork ribs. The prawn are quite big. The XXL size one comes with 5 big prawns and you can add additional porks ribs and egg. The soup is flavourful and rich but noodles is a bit too soft. This place get crowded during lunch time and it’s better to come before 1130.

Bee Choo Cheng

5. Chan BBQ

Chan BBQ - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Chan BBQ – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Best of Hawker)
Key ServicesHawker stall
Address85 Bedok North Rd, #01-24, Singapore 460085
Operating HoursDaily: 5PM–1AM

If you love grilling, Chan BBQ is the place to go. You’ll find a mouthwatering selection of tempting choices at this barbecue restaurant. The much-loved sambal stingray is a good place to start. It has a chunky chunk of fish that’s very generously seasoned with sauce.

This recipe’s snapper is excellent. The flaky meat is fresh and delicate, and a squirt of tart lime juice just adds to the taste. Hotplate cockles, sambal pineapple fried rice, and fiery cuttlefish are other notable dishes.

Key Differentiators

  • Excellent recupe
  • Much-loved stingray bbq
  • Fresh and delicate

Customer Testimonial

It’s been awhile since I last tasted their stingray, and thankfully, not much has changed. I find their spicy sauce still flavourful, and the stingray was fresh, no complaints on my end. Still a good place for BBQ stingray on the eastern side of Singapore!

Garett Lee

6. Lin Yuan Satay

Lin Yuan Satay - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Lin Yuan Satay – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Lin Yuan Satay)
Key ServicesSatay restaurant
Address85 Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460085
Phone+65 9862 9785
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday:

Lin Yuan’s late-night patrons will enjoy smoky Chinese-style satay until the early hours of the morning, when Lin Yuan cooks smoked meat in Satay Grill. Choose your protein: either chicken, pork, or mutton, and add a diamond of ketupat to their thick peanut sauce.

Key Differentiators

  • Chinese-style satay restaurant
  • Choose your meat
  • Delicious sauce

Customer Testimonial

Tried their pork, chicken, and mutton satay. The chicken and pork are nice and tender with the pork being my favorite. Mutton is nice too but it’s just tougher than the rest. It doesn’t have much sweet taste which I like and not too oily. Peanut sauce is great! Minimum order is 10 sticks with 70c/stick which I think is decently priced. Waiting time is not too long (probably around 15mins) on a weekday evening.

Hans Sutanto

7. Swatow Wanton Noodle

Swatow Wanton Noodle - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Swatow Wanton Noodle – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Swatow Wanton Noodle via Facebook)
Key ServicesNoodle shop
Address85 Bedok North Street 4, #01-50, Singapore 460085
Phone+65 9220 1929
Operating HoursThursday to Tuesday: 6:30AM–8:30PM

Swatow, a Guangdong city known for its wanton noodles, serves traditional bowls of crispy dumplings, springy noodles, and hearty char siu. The Mushroom Chicken Feet Noodles are well-known as well as their Laksa soup.

Key Differentiators

  • · Noodle House
  • Famous hawker stall
  • Serves traditional crispy dumplings

Customer Testimonial

This is my first time eating from this stall and my immediate reaction after sinking in for the first bite is: wow! Why didn’t I have this earlier. I like Wanton noodle (and I am sure many do). Though I will venture to try new ones, but I always play conservative and stick to the tried and tested ones. But really glad I did for this one and it will be my go-to stall henceforth. The wanton, whether boiled or fried are really good. I like the springy noodle that reminds me of ramen noodle cooked perfectly. The chicken feet is flavourful and soft with lots of collagen. Most importantly, the food here is not that salty and has all the flavour. There is an old article pasted on the stall that the stall owner had been doing this for years and they are seeing more and more repeat customers. After all, they have been doing this and perfecting the trade since 1970 (just a year younger than me )


8. Chai Chee Pork Porridge

Chai Chee Pork Porridge - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Chai Chee Pork Porridge – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Hawkerpedia)
Key ServicesRestaurant
Address85 Bedok North Rd, #01-23, #85 Fengshan Hawker Centre, Singapore 470085
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday: 4:30PM–2:30AM

Chai Chee’s congee is steaming bowls of Cantonese congee served Chinese-style: thick, chewy, and comforting. The signature includes pork slabs, while the century egg option adds an earthy flavor to the mix. A crunchy youtiao side elevates the meal even more.

Key Differentiators

  • Steaming bowls of Congee
  • Chinese-style
  • Generous serving

Customer Testimonial

I’m so glad that it still tastes so good. Great thick texture with lots of chicken bits. Very tasty even on its own. The fish and chicken porridge taste different which I think is great!

A cheap and good dinner for 2 for just $8 (because we added eggs).

Pet N

9. Fu Zhou Oyster Cake

Fu Zhou Oyster Cake - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Fu Zhou Oyster Cake – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Fu Zhou Oyster Cake via Facebook)
Key ServicesChinese takeaway
Address 85 Bedok North Rd, #01-39, Singapore
Phone+65 9139 5713
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday: 8AM–8PM

Since 1982, Fuyouzhou has been frying the southern Chinese specialty known as oyster cake. The oyster, prawn, and pork-stuffed fritters are saucer-shaped. Crab, scallop, salmon, or vegetarian alternatives are available in addition to the seafood mix Seafood Special.

Key Differentiators

  • Selling traditional oyster cake from Fuzhou!
  • Open from 9am till SOLD OUT!
  • Famous stall

Customer Testimonial

This is a delicacy that isn’t that commonly found in Singapore. Imagine my delight upon discovering this stall situated just a stone throw’s away from my mom’s place.

At a selling price of 3 for $10 (or $3.50 per price), it’s really good value as each oyster cake was stuffed full of ingredients and porky goodness. The chilli sauce that came with each oyster had a sweet aftertaste and complemented the oyster cake well.


10. Meow Xiang Vegetarian Food

Meow Xiang Vegetarian Food - Bedok 85 Market Singapore
Meow Xiang Vegetarian Food – Bedok 85 Market Singapore (Credit: Vicardo’s Blog)
Key ServicesRestaurant
Address85 Bedok North Street 4, #01-58, Singapore 460085
Operating HoursTuesday to Sunday: 4:30AM–1:30PM

Along with Chinese vegetarian cuisine came Meow Xiang, and along with it came the beginning of plant-based meat. This place serves a standard combination of crispy tofu skin, fake flesh, cabbage on top of fiery bee hoon, unlike other vegetarian stalls that allow you to choose your toppings. The chili sauce is also quite spicy.

Key Differentiators

  • Chinese vegetarian cuisine
  • Plant-based meat
  • Tasty chili sauce

Customer Testimonial

If you ask me where I go for vegetarian beehoon, this is it! I have it roughly once or twice a month. The peppery taste of the beehoon, crispy 斋鹅 (soy crisp), chewy mock meat, tender cabbage and savoury sweet chilli with sesame seeds, make the whole dish just so in harmony.


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