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Part wet market, part food centre and part shopping mall, Tekka Centre is a place where several ethnic communities converge to create a multicultural shopping fiesta. Established in 1915, Tekka Centre moved to its current location in 1982 and is a...more
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It’s definitely well worth the effort and taking the Mass Rail Subway to the Tejada Centre. You really can eat like a King here for not much money. The quality of the food and drink I had was as good as anything I’ve had in...More
They sell all sorts of food here, from fruit stand with many kind of fruits on display to seafood stand selling shrimp, crab and different types of fish, and vegetable stands with different spices hanging on the racks. They also have many hawker stands selling...More
Visited here with my friends whilst travelling through Singapore and ate some of the best Indian food we've ever eaten (unsurprisingly!). We were it's dismayed to find that we were pretty much the only westerners in there, given that the food and beer was great...More
This large and modern complex hosts a traditional ‘wet’ market selling plenty of fresh fish, meat, fruits, vegetables and ingredients, shops and stalls selling household goods and clothes and a lively, un-Westernised, mesmerising hawker centre serving all sorts of Asian foods – dosas, biryani, curries,...More
We went to Joe’s Butcher for oxtails, seeing that it’s a cheaper alternative to Cold Storage, but recently, the guys there have been too arrogant with familiar faces.
We asked for a particular tail that we had our eye on, but the guy rummaged through...More
Wouldn't eat here if they paid me. It was filthy. Stunk of everything from sweat to off meat and had sick looking birds running all over the food tables.
We wondered the streets looking for a place to eat but nowhere looked interested in serving...More
Zul and his wife has been in Tekka market making his own prata flour and making the BEST PRATA for 39 years in the same building.
He has variety of pratas and murtabaks that melts in our mouth. He has been reviewed here and other...More
Zhujiao Centre was renamed as Tekka Center because people had problems pronouncing the original name.
Tekka Centre is in Little India and here you will finds shops selling Indian groceries, spices, vegetables, clothes and what not. There are also butchers and fish mongers selling fresh...More
Tekka Centre is in Little India and here you will finds shops selling Indian groceries, spices, vegetables, clothes and what not. There are also butchers and fish mongers selling fresh meat and fish. If all the shopping make you hungry, there are food stalls (including...More
With a strong local Indian community, this pocket of Singapore can feel like another place and time. Wander past traditional barbershops while local residents in brightly coloured saris patronize retailers from decades past. Peruse streets lined with colourful shops as the aroma of curry tempts you to indulge. Listen to the Bollywood music echoing from storefronts and take in the stalls selling bright flowers,
fabrics, and spices. At the 24-hour, four-level Mustafa Shopping Centre, you can shop through the night and find everything from pharmacy and grocery items to Bollywood DVDs and diamond necklaces. Singapore’s Little India offers a colourful, lively taste of the subcontinent and is well worth the visit.