Came here for dinner twice in the last month - always a good option for hawker food when meeting up with easties (easterners?).
The Hokkien Prawn Mee $3 I had here is damn good -
Get it from Bedok Corner Hokkien Prawn Mee (Stall no. 29), or just go to the stall with the queue. Takes a while before you get your food but it's worth the wait. The noodles are moist but not spilling over with gravy, perfect mix of noodles and bee hoon, and a decent number of prawns included.
The Sambal Sting Ray $8 from Ah Ngeow Cooked Food (Stall no. 23 / 24) was pretty decent too...
The Oyster Omelette from Soon Lee (Stall no. 2) was also done the way I like it, with lots of crispy bits.
And just because I've never tried it before, we ordered Nasi Ayan Penget from a random stall -
Totally not what I expected - the chilli was not spicy at all, or maybe this was a poor example of Ayam Penget...
The first time I was here, the very famous Cheng Tng was sold out by the time we finished dinner so I made it a point to make sure we got the it early the 2nd time round.
Order it from 夜来香 (Stall no. 31) for just $2. It's got plenty of ingredients in it, including a lot of stuff that I recognise from the cheng tng I had when I was a kid, but no idea what it really is... old school cheng tng, yums.
Plenty of reasons to come to this hawker centre - lots of stalls with good food, car park is never full and clean unlike the one at East Coast Park... the Hokkien Mee and Cheng Tng are definitely must tries!
Bedok Food Court (near Bedok Camp)