The area code is home to not just Thai supermarkets, but also a one-stop centre for all your hawker eats
We're all about value-added calories. And at Golden Mile Centre, you'll be counting the numbers, one sumptuous dish at a time. Boasting two levels, the hawker centre has a long history of hawker fare since 1975 and till today, it still remains as one of the sought-after destinations for quintessential Singaporean food. Here, we rounded up eight dishes that you should try:
2. Claypot Sesame Oil Chicken ($5), Jin Hai Tan
There used to be a stall serving delish claypot rice at this corner but it has since moved, much to the chagrin of our grumbling bellies. In consolation, we made do with Jun Hai Tan, a stall that sells claypot offerings of food such as minced meat beancurd, ginger onion fried pork chop, and mixed vegetable cooked over charcoal. For something that hits closer to home, order the sesame oil chicken variant that was presented piping hot, to the point the thick gravy was still bubbling while on its way to our table.
Unit no.: B1-56