Category Archives: Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre

Otah and Nasi Lemak from Lee Wee & Brothers

Squid Otah Assam Fish Ikan Bilis
Lee Wee & Brothers Foodstuff Pte Ltd
Outlet 1:
Basement 1 Tangs Plaza
Tel: 6235 9122
Outlet 2:
#B1-K16 Tampines Mall
Tel: 6789 9122
Outlet 3:
Blk 209 Hougang St 21 #01-02
Hougang St 21 Market and Food Centre
Tel: 6280 9122
Outlet 4:
Blk 51 Old Airport Road #01-79
Tel: 6348 9122
Outlet 5:
Blk 254 Jurong East St 24 #01-33
Tel: 6565 9122
Outlet 6:
Blk 20 Ghim Moh Road #01-38
Tel: 6464 9122
Outlet 7:
Blk 90 Whampoa Drive #01-639
Tel: 6254 9122
Website: http://www.leeweebrothers.com/

I personally tried the otah from the stall’s outlet at Kovan FC (can’t remember the date).  What I loved about its otah is that if you ordered the prawns otah, you actually get a few small pieces of prawns; and if you ordered the squid otah, you actually get a few small slices of squid inside your otah.  You get the idea. 

And you would think like you have to pay more than S$1 to get a stick of otah like this.  Well, you can get it at S$0.60!!  Excellent value for money!

They also have nasi lemak, assam fish, ikan bilis, chilli sauce, etc. for sale at their stall. If you want, you can ask them to cater for you or even cater the food for your BBQ.  Check their website for pricing details and order form.

Heaven’s Indian Curry

Heaven’s Indian Curry
#01-15 Ghim Moh Market and Food Centre
Opening Hours: 6am to 3pm

Despite the name of the stall, what they sell are mostly thosai, putu mayam, appoms and assorted snacks.

I personally tried their paper thosai yesterday.  S$1.80 got me 2 paper thosai.  The thing about this stall is that all their food comes in sets, which means I can’t order just 1 paper thosai or 1 putu mayam.  Price is around S$1.80 for most sets. Their snacks go for S$0.50 each.

Hakka Yong Tau Foo Home Recipe Stall

Hakka Yong Tau Foo Home Recipe Stall
#01-14 Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre
Opening Hours: 7.30am to 3pm; closed on Mondays

You can choose from over 30 items which are filled with either fish or meat paste. Owner Peter Leow says what sets his yong tau foo apart is the meat paste, which is made of fish and other secret ingredients. This stall is especially a must-try for fans of coriander, for every bowl comes with a generous topping of the pungent vegetable.  Price is also very reasonable:- 40 cents for items with fish filling and 50 cents for items with meat filling. You can also order your yong tau foo with noodles (soup or dry) or as a soup with rice. The yong tau foo also comes in sets if you’re too lazy to choose your own.