Monday, 5 March 2018

Red Zone Stalls Guide for Chinatown Complex Food Centre Singapore. 3 of 4 Parts

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Every time I come to Chinatown Complex Food Centre, I am thrilled by the sheer number of food stalls in Singapore's largest hawker centre with 226 stalls. But, the problem is, I often don't know where to go or even where to start. Friends told me that they feel the same. So, I've put together a stall directory to help me navigate the sprawling complex and hope that it is useful for you too.

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

The idea of this online directory is for you to tour Chinatown Complex FC on you handphone to zero in on the stall you like without having to get lost in the maze of stalls (which sometimes happen to me). 

Yellow Zone directory 👈 click

Green Zone directory 👈 click

Directory of stalls in the Blue Zone 👈 click

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The Red Zone runs from stall #02-089 to #02-173. Red is the largest zone and this is where the world's first hawker stall awarded a Michelin Star ⭐ is located.

Here are all the food stalls in the Red Zone.

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Most people would have heard of Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce chicken and many would have tried it by now. Here is my post on the stall before it was awarded One Michelin Star in 2016 👈 click

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Now look Hawker Chan stall #02-126.

I have not tasted it again since then because the queue is just too long 😂

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A bit under the media radar, Heng Ji is one of my favourite chicken rice stalls in Singapore 👈 click

The poached birds are plump, tender, juicy and naturally sweet.

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This stall, Yuet Loy is a hidden gem 👈 click

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More about Jin Ji Teochew braised duck 👈 click


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Red is the biggest zone with the most number of food stalls in Chinatown Complex. Which ones have you tried? Please share your favourites in the comments.

Thank you 😄

Yellow Zone directory 👈 click

Green Zone directory 👈 click

Directory of stalls in the Blue Zone 👈 click

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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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