Category Archives: Amoy Street Food Centre

Ayam Power Cuisine

Ayam Power Cuisine Ayam Penyet Ayam Penyet 2
Ayam Power Cuisine
#02-87 Amoy Food Centre
Tel: +65 91819857

What this stall sells is Ayam Penyet (smashed fried chicken). What made us eat at this stall was the amazing wooden plate that they used to serve the ayam penyet.

We were lucky to get a taste coz we managed to get the last 2 plates! Since it is smashed fried chicken we ordered, I don’t know why my chicken wasn’t smashed.  In the very first place, I wonder why it must be smashed! Either way, the chicken was crispy and tasty.  Maybe I was too hungry! 😛 Must go for a 2nd round to truly appreciate the taste.

My advice is go early! They usually sell out by 1 or 2pm.

Nasi Lemak @ Amoy

Amoy Nasi Lemak Nasi Lemak
Nasi Lemak 
#02-81 Amoy Street Food Centre

It’s on the 2nd floor of Amoy Street Food Centre.  It’s the staircase that’s next to the POSB ATM.  Another clue would be that this nasi lemak is just next to the “famous” lor mee @ Amoy (I felt that the standard of this lor mee has deterioriated so much that I will never patronise it again!).

If you ever want to eat the nasi lemak at this stall, please go early like 11.30am (if your boss lets you go) or 12.30 latest.  After that, you can simply see the uncle or auntie tell you, “Sorry, no more rice!”

The nasi lemak is really ordinary at this stall.  What stands out most is their fried chicken wing which is crispy and tasty and if you’re lucky, hot from the wok!

Oh, they are one of those stalls where you can either take the set nasi lemak or make your own choices. 

Thunder Tea Rice

Thunder Tea Rice Lei Cha Lei Cha Ingredients
Thunder Tea Rice
#01-31 China Square Food Centre
Opening Hours: 11am to 8pm
#01-11 Amoy Street Food Centre
Opening Hours: 11am to 8pm, closed on Sunday
#03-01 Vivo City Food Republic
Opening Hours: 10am to 8pm

What is Thunder Tea Rice, you wonder? It is a is a Hakka dish, which is supposed to be a healthy dish coz it’s only vegetables and tea with rice.

The Thunder Tea Rice has the following:-

  • Green Tea: Powerful anti-oxidant, helps to lower cholesterol.

  • Basil & Mint: Anti-stress, for cooling & calming effect, aids relaxation, relieve colds.

  • Fuliksum: Remove body toxins and fluid wastes, strengthen immune system.

  • Chinese Parsley & Coriander: Ease digestion & gastric, combat flu & headache.

  • Ginger & Ngal: Expel body winds & gas.

  • Sesame: Maintain youth & enhance beauty.

  • Groundnuts: High in protein, good for stein.


It’s all herbs & veg., high in fibre, rich in vitamins & herbs provide medicinal value. Lei Cha has excellent physical & pharmacological value. Frequent consumption of Lei Cha promotes good health. Physical value: Enhance slimming & body detoxification. Pharmacological value: Fatigue prevention, vitality promotion, physical improvement, improves body functions, ease digestion, ease chronic bronchitis, prevent hypertension & hardening of arteries, effective for chronic rheumatic and arthritic, inhibiting cancer cell growth, helps treat diabetes, enhance relaxation & improves good sleep.

Tai Seng Noodle House

Tai Seng Noodle House
#02-123 Amoy Street Food Centre
Opening Hours: 10.30am to 3pm, closed on Sundays

This is a one-woman operation, from the making of the wellseasoned char siew and wonton to the cooking and selling. The owner is never flustered, even when she gets a long queue at lunch time. You not only get a smile from her, you also get 10, yes 10, wontons, albeit with more skin than filling, but they taste pretty good. The chilli sauce is just so-so though. And all these from S$2.50 onwards.

Note: This review was extracted from Stomp Foodies Club but recommended by Jessie.