Dishes start at just $4 at these stylish food courts.
With brand name stalls like Lim’s Yong Tau Foo, Brisket King Beef Noodle and Qiu Lian Ban Mian, Food Republic elevates open-air dining into a comfortable atrium concept – though you still have to BYON (bring your own napkins).
Newton Food Centre
One of Singapore’s most popular centres, Newton’s rich hawker history is heavy on iconic seafood eateries; the design takes its cues from British Colonial black-and-white houses. Tip: Call your favourite stall to reserve a table. (500 Clemenceau Ave North)
The grande dame of Singapore’s hawker centres, Lau Pa Sat (meaning ‘old market’) is a national monument blending Victorian architecture and scrumptious local food. Savour the best of street food satays, dim sum, thosai, chicken rice and more. (18 Raffles Quay; )