Nan Feng Cooked Food

Asian Geographic - - Feature | Singapore's Street Food -

This, in my hum­ble opin­ion, is the over­all cham­pion of Telok Blan­gah Cres­cent Mar­ket. While there are many stalls here that do great at their select dishes, this lit­tle stall is good at ev­ery dish they throw out. As an ‘“econ­omy/mixed veg­etable” type of store, they have a whole load of dishes, but guess what? They are all good! The curry is a must-try, and they some­times get ad­ven­tur­ous and sur­prise pa­trons with ran­dom dishes like lor mee for break­fast. Need­less to say, what­ever they pre­pare turns out noth­ing short of amaz­ing.

How­ever, they do sell out pretty quick, with ev­ery­thing al­most emp­tied by 7PM, and a snaking queue starts within sec­onds of open­ing. Plus, some­times they don’t even open. But if all the stars are aligned in your favour and you have the per­sis­tence of a don­key to queue up, you will be re­warded with magic.

Tip: Bring your friends so that you can or­der more dishes to try. Make sure you or­der the plain fried ku­lou pork, steamed fish paste, steamed minced pork, and the curry, of course!

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