Address: 622D Punggol Central, Singapore 824622
If you are in the vicinity of Punggol and looking for a place for a good meal, why not try Happy Hawker (喜多福). Located along Punggol Central, the food centre offers a variety of nostalgic and delicious Singaporean food.
Hungry for roasted meat? You must order from Shun Li Lai (顺利来). By far, Shun Li Lai is the best roasted meat food stall in Punggol.
Whenever I am dining at the food centre, I will definitely order roasted meat. Usually, I will order three different types of roasted meat - roasted duck, roasted chicken and honey glazed barbeque pork. I am not an avid fan of duck. However, this is one of the few stalls I will eat duck. The roasted duck was tender and juicy. More importantly, the meat did not leave a bitter and coarse aftertaste. It tasted best when dipped in their garlic chilli sauce. The roasted chicken was another highlight from the stall. The meat was very tender and juicy too. Lastly, the honey glazed barbeque pork was sweet and tender. The little charred corners made the meat every more appetising. (Food rating: 4/5)
At Ar-Raheeq, you can enjoy a variety of Indian cuisine like Indian Rojak, Noodles, Roti Prata (Indian Flatbread). I ordered the Indian Rojak - Singaporean style. In Singapore, the Indian Rojak allows customers to choose the ingredients they want. The Indian Rojak usually contains fried dough fritters, fried firm beancurd, boiled potatoes, prawn fritters, served with a sweet and spicy chilli sauce. The most important thing about this dish is the gravy. The peanut gravy must taste good. I ordered my favourites - plain fried dough fritters, fried dough fritters with potatoes, fried firm beancurd, and fish cake. The dish is garnished with raw red onions, and cut green chilli. However, the peanut gravy was a little disappointing. It tasted nice but somehow not good enough. I hope that it can improve their gravy. (Food rating: 3/5)