Newton Food Centre or Newton Circus Hawker in Singapore
For a hawker centre, Newton Food Centre or Newton Circus is huge. There are plenty of local food stalls to choose from, the food centre is well-ventilated and spacious, and is very accessible (Newton MRT station is just across the street). This place is best frequented during the evenings for dinner or supper.
Newton Circus is the most “touristy” of all hawker centres. Stallholders openly tout and approach foreigners to order something from their stalls. Even for the locals, this is extremely annoying. However, you are not obliged to cede to their advances. You are free to order anything that takes your fancy.
For those looking for a light meal do try either a soup ( a clear tasty soup with fish slices and other condiments usually eaten steamed rice) or porridge the corner stall along the first row of stalls from the main entrance serves greats soups popiah is another small dish you should try its healthy food consisting lettuce bamboo shoots beansprouts, egg, shrimp rolled together thin skin made flour. Selling Popiah bee heng, perpetually long queue.
Sinful but extremely food? You’ll have to dig into Oyster omelettes, carrot cakes, barbecued stingrays and chicken wings 65 up oyster omelettes, nearby carrot cake any bbq seafood will stingray on order. Choose your dishes to specify whether want chilli separate sauce plate there are also noodle soups noodles Fish-ball etc. When ordering, if what kind ( fat & yellow noodles, flat vermicelli etc.) don’t know local names these, simply describe type holder. located further Muslim Indian stalls. Like roti John (Bread fried egg meat) or roti prata ( tossed pancake curry) and murtabak (roti prata stuffed meat).
How to get to Newton Food Centre
Newton MRT station is just across the street
Located just 3 minutes from Universal Studios Singapore, the casino at Resorts World Sentosa, and a 3-minute walk to Palawan Beach, see the map below for directions from the Aliwal Park Hotel to Universal Studio. A 10-minute drive from Singapore’s central business and shopping districts.