Serangoon Garden Market: Best Satay & Mee Soto in Singapore

I have tried the satay at Glutton’s Bay, the East Coast Market, Lau Pa Sat and at many other places, but I think the one at Serangoon Garden Market beats them all. This stall used to be the famous one at the old Botanic Gardens Hawker Centre. But you need to go to the right stall. There was absolutely no fat in the chicken satay and it was grilled to perfection. I like it a bit charred. And the slightly spicy gravy was so good as well.

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A close-up that gets me drooling, even now. Ah, food memories.

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I find the Mee Soto here excellent as well. I like to torture myself by asking them to add extra chilli padi. After being sick and not eating chilli for a long time, I went a bit nuts.

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This is the stall. The one next to the Rasa Sayang Rojak. In the photo is also a new stall called 68. The young man makes very good fried bee hoon, but I forgot to take a picture.

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The sky that day was lovely as well.

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