#HawkerTreasures: 5 Dishes To Try At Yishun Park Hawker Centre

Look past Yishun's series of unfortunate events and you'll find a treasure trove of culinary goodies

Launched in September 2017, the Yishun Park Hawker Centre is Timbre Group's bid to keep the hawker spirit alive. From cashless payment made via a mobile app to automatic self-return tray stations, the food paradise is a recipe of modernity, enhanced by tech innovations that has lured both hawker veterans and young cooks to pursue their culinary endeavours in this space. There are now a total of 43 stalls at the food centre, and here are top five picks:

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3. Local pancakes (from $1.20), Munchi Min Chiang Kueh & Waffles

Happiness is a trio of local pancakes, we declare after chancing upon the gem of a stall called Munchi located right next to the drinks stall. Aside from the original batter with coconut shavings ($1.20), featured are two pancake variants with a surprising twist, set in place by the stall owners. One of which is a green tea flavoured pancake that sandwiches traditional peanut filling ($1.20), while the other is a durian-filled charcoal pancake puff ($2.80). For the former, we rather you stick to the original batter as the matcha flavour didn’t prove to be any different. On the other hand, the durian puff is worth a try. Do take note the luscious filling dependent of the volatile durian season.

Unit no.: 01-43
Opening Hours: 7am – 9pm (Tuesday – Sunday)

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