iEat Singapore & Malaysian Canteen

A much-loved eatery in humble cooked food market

Cheap & cheerful food bazaar

Cooked Food Centres are a quintessential Hong Kong phenomenon. Dating back to the early 70s, when the government started putting street food stalls to indoor food bazaars, they are a great choice for bargain bites. Right to the pier where ferries arrive from North Point every 20 minutes, the Kwun Tong Centre is hugely popular one.

Authentic Malay cuisine

Singapore and Malaysian Canteen is among the most loved eateries in town. Formerly named Mrs. Chan Homemade Food it can count Tsai Lan, a well-known local food critic as one of their regulars. The canteen opened first in Tsim Sha Tsui and has since then moved around to different locations, but loyal customers keep coming back for the authentic Malay cuisine and genuine service.

Must-try dishes

…include the noodle with braised chicken leg and pork leg, bak kut teh, squid laksa, Hainan chicken, fried beansprout, white coffee with ginger juice, and Singapore and Malaysian pulled tea.

On three occasions the canteen had to close down, but they managed to come back to business each time
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