Singapore Chinese Food

Pang's Hakka Noodles

Monday to Thursday: 10.30am – 2.30pm

Friday and Saturday: 10.30am to 7.30pm

Close on Sunday

Award-winning Chef Pang Kok Keong has curated a special selection of Hakka delicacies created with his personal treasure trove of recipes, made exclusively available at Pang’s Hakka Noodle. The new concept is Chef Pang’s tribute to preserving the rich Hakka culinary heritage. Chef Pang’s mother was a noodle hawker, and noodles were heart-warming comfort food for him whilst growing up. Naturally, he chose to honour his Hakka roots with an elevated version of the Hakka traditional noodles.

The shop is one of the rare places in Singapore offering the Signature Hakka Rice Noodle – springy Hakka noodles tossed in fragrant oil and homemade minced pork sauce. Refined after countless rounds of R&D, Chef Pang’s artisanal version uses sauces, soup, shallot oil, and garlic oil, all made from scratch. A steaming hot bowl of freshly handmade yong tau fu is served together with the noodles. Slurp up this traditional Hakka cuisine item, as well as a range of Hakka delights like the Hakka Chicken Wings here.

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Liang Ji

10am – 8pm

Well known for their mouth-watering char kway teow and carrot cake specialties mastered for over 10 years, the famous Liang Ji is popular for both their traditional as well as creative interpretations of char kway teow and carrot cake. Having moved from their stall in Bedok, Liang Ji will continue to serve their well-loved offerings at the Xin Tekka outlet.

Liang Ji was created by founder and Dominic Neo in a bid to turn his own life around. The turning point came after his mother’s passing, where he decided to strive hard and make a living for himself as a hawker. Dominic learned from the char kway teow and carrot cake masterchefs as an apprentice, and his cooking soon gained enthusiastic support from family and friends. In 2010, Liang Ji first opened at Queen Street, and the brand name gained steady fame ever since.

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Rong Guang BBQ Seafood

12pm – 9pm

The famous Rong Guang BBQ Seafood is also making a comeback after a 1-year hiatus. A car mechanic turned self-taught chef, Chef Joe (affectionately known as Botak Joe) first opened Rong Guang Seafood in 1985 at Redhill, and the stall moved to Makansutra Gluttons by the Bay in 2012. In their six years there, Rong Guang Seafood have built their strong fan following and won over many hearts for their signature BBQ items – even garnering the interest of the Korean Tourism Board. Rong Guang Seafood also showcased their offerings at events such as Macau Food Convention and Singapore Day.

To Chef Joe, the secret of great cuisine lies in good ingredients, and in the case of Rong Guang Seafood, their chilli. Rong Guang BBQ Seafood gets its supply of freshly caught seafood from Jurong Fishery Port, and their accompanying chilli sauce is made from a special secret recipe from scratch.

Diners will be delighted to find their hot favourites, the best-selling BBQ Stingray, Chilli Crab and Seafood Fried Rice. Look forward to new exclusive items such as the unique Mala Seafood In A Bag, sure to be a crowd pleaser.

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Hosay’s Delicacy

9am – 7pm

One of the fastest rising stars of Singaporean staple meepok, Hosay Meepok has gained steady popularity and a strong fan base for their specialty meepok noodles. Since opening their firs outlet in April 2019, the brand already has 5 successful stalls under the Hosay family within a year. For the first time, Hosay will be unveiling their upscale concept at Xin Tekka named Hosay’s Delicacy – serving up their signature offerings together with new, exclusive dishes.

Diners flock to Hosay Meepok for a good hearty bowl of minced meat noodles made with premium, quality ingredients. Hosay’s umami soup broth, paired with fresh scallops, clams, homemade prawn paste and fish strips make their meepok noodles stand out from the rest. Served in a claypot, their heart-warming Teochew porridge also carries the rich seafood sweetness from Hosay’s signature broth.

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