Singapore Food Treats is a modern hawker centre at the Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel, which has a quirky retro theme complemented by playful vintage props and décor. The food centre serves up cheap and authentic Singaporean, Chinese, Malaysian, and Indian food.
Sitting in the shadows of the giant Flyer that towers overhead, the food centre inevitably welcomes a touristy crowd, yet the prices here aren’t particularly inflated, nor is the quality of the hawker food sacrificed. You’re treated to the country’s diverse culinary history, with key Chinese, Malay, and Indian influences all represented.
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Unlike some hawker centres in Singapore which offer burgers alongside sushi, Singapore Food Treats doesn’t go too overboard, allowing the island’s favourite dishes to take centre stage. Here are our favourite picks from our last visit to Singapore Food Treats:
Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood: The swordfish here is an absolute Singapore classic, and you can get two hearty fillets fresh from the barbeque for around S$15. Their chilli fried squid is tasty, too (S$10).
Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters: Fresh eggs, oysters and seasoning fried up in a wok for S$5-7 depending on size.
Alhambra Satay Club: Succulent grilled satay skewers as well as deep fried meat, fish and vegetables. Eleven pieces for S$10.
Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh: Hearty Chinese broths with pork, chicken and vegetables for around S$4.
The centrepiece helping to create those vintage 1960s vibes is an old rickshaw which you can climb aboard for a cheesy photo-op. A slightly less gimmicky area that really completes the whole retro feel is a cute little antiques shop selling genuine antiques such as old cameras, artwork, and records with prices ranging from S$30 to S$500 for rarer items.
Singapore Food Treats is a cool dining spot for anybody taking a trip on the popular Singapore Flyer, purely for its location (literally under it), as well as for the fun décor and the authentic flavours. A visit here is also recommended if you’re in the general Esplanade/Promenade area and fancy a cheap fill whilst getting a few fun holiday snaps.
Singapore Food Treats
- Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30am to 11pm
- Location: 30 Raffles Avenue #01-09/12, Singapore Flyer, Singapore
- Tel: +65 6338 1328