Anchorvale Village Hawker Centre finally opens to the public, featuring 36 stalls

32 days after the soft launch of Anchorvale Village, Anchorvale Village Hawker Centre finally opened its doors to the public on 19 Jun 2024, providing Sengkang residents with a second food centre besides Fernvale Hawker Centre & Market— hooray to more makan options!

anchorvale village hawker centre - hawker signage

The hawker centre is perched on the second floor, and can be accessed via escalator at both ends of the mall.

anchorvale village hawker centre - hawker surroundings

First impressions, the food centre is fairly airy with a seating capacity of 650 and an abundance of medium-sized ceiling fans all around. Currently, there are a total of 36 stalls including a mixed rice stall that’s still in the works.

Now, let’s skip the fluff and highlight some stalls that caught my interest.

anchorvale village hawker centre - thai khanom

Displayed in a striking yellow signboard is Thai Khanom (#02-02), where you can get an array of fried snacks such as Thai Fried Banana (S$4 for 8 pieces, S$5 for 10 pieces), Fried Yam Chips (S$4 for 10 pieces), Sweet Potato Fritters (S$5 for 10 pieces), Sweet Potato Balls (S$5 for 12 pieces) or jumble them up with the Mixed Flavours (S$6 for 11 pieces).

anchorvale village hawker centre - glutinous rice                                                                                                                                    Lovers of chu̍t-bí peng can head next door to Nuo Xiang Yuan Glutinous Rice (#02-03) where you can satisfy your glutinous rice cravings and pair it with Cabbage & Fried Egg (S$5) or Ngoh Hiang & Wings (S$6).

anchorvale village hawker centre - ah tan lei po po

Ah Tan Wings (#02-14) hailing from Yishun Park Hawker Centre sells various sets such as Set C Basic (S$3.50) consisting of rice, 1 wing and 1 cutlet. You can also indulge in Set B Atas Cutlet (S$7.70) that comes with aromatic rice, prawn paste cutlet and egg.

If you just want to try the chicken wing as it is, you can get the Prawn Paste Wings (S$2.20) with a wing and drumlet (min. 2 orders).

My favourite lei cha, Hakka Leipopo ($02-05) from One Punggol Hawker Centre opens its third outlet here. You can enjoy the Set Meal A (S$8.30) which includes thunder tea with white rice and 3 pieces of fried Hakka yong tau foo.

anchorvale village hawker centre - Fusions briyani

Briyani Grill (#02-08) serves a range of fusion briyani and BBQ seafood. If you’re adventurous, try the BBQ Stingray & Lala Briyani Rice (S$7.80) or BBQ Prawn & Sotong Briyani Rice (S$8.80).

Seafood lovers can savour the Sambal Cockles (S$9), BBQ Stingray (S$13.80) or Sambal Crayfish (S$18 for 3).

anchorvale village hawker centre - rojak and prata

Indian rojak fans can head to Habib’s Rojak (#02-25) where you can combine Tempeh (S$1.20), Crispy Prawn (S$1.30), Coconut Flour (S$1.20), Cuttle Fish (S$3) and many other ingredients to create your very own platter!

Arshad Khan (#02-24) sells Indian Muslim favourites like Putu Mayam (S$2 for 2 pieces), Cheese Dosai (S$3), Plain Prata (S$1.30 per piece) and Murtabak Mutton, Chicken or Sardine (S$8/S$10/S$12 for all).

anchorvale village hawker centre - yong tau foo

For the health conscious, Lim Kee Yong Tau Foo (#02-12) sells a minimum of 5 YTF pieces with rice/noodles for S$4.80. You can also spice things up and top up S$0.80 for Mala, Laksa, Tom Yum or Braised gravy.

anchorvale village hawker centre - ccf & thai food

Chee cheong fun enthusiasts can rely on Pin Wei Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun (#02-04) for a much-needed fix with the Char Siew (S$4.50), Prawns (S$5.50) and Scallop (S$6.50) fillings.

18 Soi (#02-20) offers different kinds of wanton noodles such as the dry Thai Style Signature Wanton Noodle (S$5), dry Old Airport Wanton Noodle (S$4.80), dry J.B Wanton Noodle (S$4.80) and Superior Char Siew Wanton Noodle Soup (S$4.50).

anchorvale village hawker centre - drink stalls

For those annoyed with the single drink stall situation at some newer food centres, you’ll be happy to hear that besides the Kopi Kiosk (#02-36), there’s also Abang Teh Tarik (#02-30)— shorter queues, finally!

anchorvale village hawker centre - mall

Head down to Anchorvale Village and explore the rest of the food centre for yourself. Hopefully, you’ll find something you like.

This new mall in the East has over 150 stores with 3 food courts!

Anchorvale Village Hawker Centre

339 Anchorvale Road, Level 2, Singapore 540339, Singapore 540339

Anchorvale Village Hawker Centre

339 Anchorvale Road, Level 2, Singapore 540339, Singapore 540339

Operating Hours: 6.30am - 10pm (Daily)

Operating Hours: 6.30am - 10pm (Daily)

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