#FoodieFriday Singapore Hawker Delights At Chinatown Food Street From Just SGD1!

#FoodieFriday Singapore Hawker Delights At Chinatown Food Street From Just SGD1!

Fill your bellies for cheap at Chinatown Food Street

Do you live to eat?

Introducing the all new Tripsle #FoodieFriday where food deals are released every week for some of the best food in town. Our first deal is for Chinatown Food Street in Singapore – the heart of cheap and delicious local food!

Get your fill of mouth watering hawker dishes like Fried Kway Teow and Hokkien Prawn Noodles for as low as SGD 1 when you download the Tripsle App in a few simple steps.

Here’s how!

Tripsle Foodie Friday

  1. Download the Tripsle App

  2. Add the activity of the week (Chinatown Food Street SGD 5 voucher for this week) to your cart

  3. Proceed to payment page

  4. Key in the promo code “FOODIEFRI7” and click redeem

  5. Check out!

  6. Follow the footprints on the floor at Chinatown Food Street to redeem your voucher. Simply flash your Tripsle mobile e-voucher and you’re all set to feast!

Note: Promo code is only valid for use on that specific Friday. You have to check out with the promo code on that day but you can utilize the voucher later on.

This week, new Tripsle users will get to enjoy the Chinatown Food Street SGD 5 voucher for just SGD 1! Existing users will enjoy the same SGD 5 voucher for just SGD 4. Plus, if you’re one of the first 50 users to flash your voucher to the Tripsle staff on ground, you’ll get to take home a free momento Polaroid taken at Chinatown Food Street.

To help you out, we’ve made a list of the foods you can get at just SGD 1!

Stall Dish Cost
Katong Keah Kee Fried Oyster Fried Oyster SGD 5
Food Street Fried Kway Teow Mee Cockle Fried Kway Teow SGD 5
Nguyen Nga Cuisin Fishball Noodle (Dry/Soup) SGD 5
Chinatown Crab Master Fried Mantou (6 piece) SGD 5
Chinatown Shellfish and Seafood Steamed Half Shell Scallop with Garlic SGD 5 / piece
Chinatown Cheng Kee Hokkien Mee Fried Crispy Carrot Cake (white/back)Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles SGD 4.50


Uncle Wang BBQ RojakBBQ Chicken WingOtah SGD 5


SGD 2/piece

Teh Tarik Time Prata SGD 2.50-4.80
Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahmin Satay Satay – Chicken and Beef SGD 0.80-0.90 / stick
Chinatown Food Street Hot/Cold Beverage/ Dessert Fresh Fruit JuiceCan drinksCoconut JuiceSugar Cane JuiceDesserts SGD 3.50-5

SGD 2-3

SGD 4.50


SGD 3-4.50

These are the stalls you can use your Chinatown Food Street Voucher at:

  • Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood

  • HI! Joyful

  • Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters

  • Bugis Street Hainanese Chicken Rice

  • Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck

  • Food Street Fried Kway Teow Mee

  • Chinatown Cheng Kee Hokkien Mee

  • Chinatown Seafood Hot Plate

  • Uncle Wang BBQ

  • Fishball, Minced Pork and Prawn Noodle

  • Chinatown BBQ Seafood

  • Singapore Seafood Village

  • Quan Ji Bak Kut Teh

  • Singapore Local Delights

  • Prata King Indian Cuisine

  • Chinatown Crab Master

  • Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahim Satay

  • Chinatown Shellfish and Seafood

  • Yummy Tim Sum

  • Hot and Cold Beverage and Dessert

Our favourite SGD 1 picks!

Food Street Fried Kway Teow Mee

A hawker staple is definitely a steaming plate of delicious Char Kway Teow (fried flat rice noodles)! For the uninitiated, these flat rice noodles are tossed in high heat with dark soy sauce, eggs, bean sprouts, Chinese sausage and cockles to give you a plate of delicious noodles worth the calories.

Cost: SGD 5

Chinatown Cheng Kee Hokkien Mee

Who can resist a good plate of Fried Hokkien Mee! Think egg noodles simmered in a thick prawn gravy, topped off with fresh prawn, squid, pork slices and fried pork lard! You’ll be slurping up every last strand of noodle for sure.

Cost: SGD 5

Apart from Hokkien Mee, you can also enjoy a plate or Fried Carrot Cake. Did you know there’s actually no carrot in the local version of carrot cake? The “carrot cake” in question is made from a mixture of radish and flour and is fried together with eggs and preserved vegetables. There are 2 ways you can choose to have it – black (fried with sweet dark soy sauce) or white (fried with egg).

Cost: SGD 4.50

Uncle Wang BBQ

If you’re looking for some snacks to complement your meal or starters to share with the gang, there are some Singaporean hawker snack essentials you must try. Everyone loves a good chicken wing and these barbequed wings are so addictive you can’t stop at one!

Rojak is a fruit and vegetable salad, making it a great side dish to pair with those oily mains! Tossed in a sweet peanut sauce, the apples, pineapples and cucumbers are crunchy and refreshing. Our favorite part of a rojak is of course the fried dough fritters!

Cost: Rojak SGD 5 | BBQ Chicken Wing SGD 1.80 | Otah SGD 2

Singapore food frenzy!

Can’t get enough of hawker food in Singapore? Check out our hawker food guide to find out where the best hawker food spots are! Apart from hawker food, Singapore is also home to a multitude of the cutest cafes for you to satisfy your sweet tooth!

After filling your bellies, check out what you can do in Singapore!

Don’t forget to stay tuned for the next Foodie Friday happening on 14 September 2018!