HAWKER FOOD

Award-winning chefs in Singapore 'slumming it' to reach new audiences

SINGAPORE - The world of fine-dining is a universe apart from hawker centres and mass-market eateries - or so many people would think.

Singapore submits nomination to inscribe hawker culture on Unesco list

The nomination includes letters, photographs and videos demonstrating community support for the bid.

Eng's wonton noodles in Tanjong Katong not closing down, just relocating

SINGAPORE - No need to panic. Popular wonton noodle eatery Eng's Noodles is not closing down.

New incubation programme helps aspiring hawkers to set their stalls out

SINGAPORE - After three years at an auditing firm, Ng Qin Rong toyed with the idea of becoming a vegetarian rice bowl hawker.

Kitchen equipment grant, info centre for hawkers launched

Potatoes, cucumbers and carrots - none is a match for the $2,000 commercial-grade vegetable cutter from Spain, which can slice up to 300kg of vegetables in an hour.

More help for aspiring hawkers: One-stop information centre launched

SINGAPORE - More help for aspiring and current hawkers was unveiled on Monday (Oct 9): a one-stop information centre and the launch of a productivity grant first announced in March.

Rojak uncle's final journey takes him past his popular stall, as he wished

Even on his final journey, rojak master Lim Ngak Chew, 71, found a way to be near his popular Balestier Road Hoover Rojak stall at Whampoa Makan Place.

End nears for old-school coffee shop Hup Lee

Hup Lee, one of the last few old-school coffee shops in Singapore, will close on Aug 22.

The emergence of online startups delivering hawker food

Forget about sweating in long queues at hawker centres. You can tuck into hawker delights in the comfort of your home or office with just a few clicks on the computer.

Working the wok as heat dies down on char kway teow

He is a familiar face in the coffee shop at Block 132, Jalan Bukit Merah, and part of a shrinking group of masters skilled in whipping up char kway teow.

Armenian Street Char Kway Teow hawker offers to take on an apprentice for $10,000

If you have been a fan of Armenian Street Char Kway Teow, you can learn how to cook it from one of the sons of the original hawker, the late Mr Tan Chong Chia, who was affectionately known as Lao...