Sunday, 4 March 2018

Chinatown Complex Food Centre. Directory of Stalls in the Green Zone. 2 of 4 Parts

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Opened in 1983, Chinatown Complex Food Centre on level 2 is the largest hawker centre in Singapore. It has 226 stalls, including a few which lineage trace back to the street side hawkers that once plied the lanes and alleys of Chinatown since the early 1900s. Chinatown hawker centre is still the focal point of heritage street food in Singapore, though it is fast fading as the original hawkers retire or pass on.

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Chinatown Complex Food Centre is divided into 4 colour coded sections - Yellow, Green, Red and Blue.

To help myself navigate the huge food centre, I am putting together 4 directories based on the 4 colour codes. I hope it is useful for you too - take a handy, armchair virtual tour first before going to the stall.

View the Yellow Zone directory 👈 click

Directory of stalls in the Red Zone 👈 click

Directory of stalls in the Blue Zone 👈 click

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The Green Zone has a small section facing the escalator. You can tell which zone you are at by the colour of the tables and stools, pillars and frames of the stall units.

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Almost all the Green Zone stalls are located at the back and not visible from the front at the escalator.

Here is the directory to all the stalls in the Green Zone.

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Famous Cantonese style zhi char stall. More about Yang Ji 👈 click

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More on Pan Ji's traditional Sak Kei Ma pastry 👈 click

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More on Claypot & Cooked Food Kitchen 👈 click

Claypot & Cooked Food Kitchen Chinese New Year dishes 👈 click

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More on Fatty Ox's beef brisket noodles 👈 click

More on Fatty Ox's soya sauce chicken noodle 👈 click

More on Fatty Ox's char siew noodles 👈 click

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More about Fragrant Sauce Chicken & Noodles 👈 click

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More on Xiu Ji Ikan Bilis Yong Tau Fu 👈 click

Did you spot any of your favourites in the Green Zone? Which stalls would you recommend? Please share with us by leaving a comment.

Thank you.

View the Yellow Zone directory 👈 click

Directory of stalls in the Red Zone 👈 click

Directory of stalls in the Blue Zone 👈 click

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Photo of informative plaque put up by NEA & NHB 

Chinatown Complex Food Centre 
Address: Blk 335, Smith Street, Singapore 050335   
GPS: 1°16'57.7"N 103°50'34.4"E | 1.282705, 103.842889 
Waze: Chinatown Complex 
Hours: 7:00am to 10:00pm  

Date: 4 Mar  2018  

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