This clean and well-organized indoor food mall was renovated at the beginning of the century and has become one of the most popular destinations in Singapore's Chinatown. With more than 100 food stalls (called "hawker stalls" in local parlance), most specialize in just one or two specific dishes, so you'll want to stroll and choose a variety of foods. Most hawkers serve Cantonese foods, but there are some serving Indian and halal dishes. Bring cash; few hawkers accept credit cards. Also be prepared to share a table, since the center is quite busy, particularly during weekday lunchtimes. The Centre is easily accessible by several bus lines, and there is an MRT stop just a few minutes away.
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