Delicious... One word to describe Allaudin biryani Must try.... Good price with a restaurant taste..
Went to Tekka tonight to experience the proper hawkers market food abd wssnt dissappointed. Chicken biryani with pupadam and a drink for $S 6- about £4. The other local tourist reataurants are charging twice this. Sat at a table with total strangers who struck up a conversation with me and had a great time talking to them about the real... More
The last couple times I was in Singapore, Tekka center was closed for renovation. This time round it is opened. I won't miss the chance to visit and eat yummy curry! Tekka center is a combination of fresh (wet market) and hawker center. Although it's in Little India, there are also chinese and Malay food. I ordered roasted duck rice... More
For anybody who loves good Indian food, Tekka centre is the place to visit in Singapore. Actually, everywhere in Little India is pretty great, but at this hawker centre there is so much variety, so no matter what kind of Indian food you are after you will be able to find it at a cheap price. 100% recommended.
We set out to Little India, notably the hawker market there and we were not disappointed. The food was excellent, a stall called SJ Tandoori was amazing. The curries were great, especially the chicken biryani and the butter chicken and the garlic nan was so good, we had to order another one. And the best bit, the price, $11 for... More
Great hawker fayre once again, and being in Little India it is obviously more Indian food although there are some Chinesse food stalls too. Quality varies from good to great, so you as I did really have to eat here a few times! SJ Tandoori #1-218 was my favourite.
The Tekka Centre is dirty, old and like a flea market straight out of Mumbai... But that's what you expect out of a Hawker Centre with a twist. There is food from all parts of the world such as India, Malaysia, Chinese and even Taiwan. The Biryani is a must! The most exquisite freshly made chicken Biryani claimed to be... More
Don't miss the Allauddin beriani! I loved their curry however the centre require new facade. In term of cleanliness I give 3 out of 5.
Singapore's renowned food centres are, at first sight, rather intimidating. Bodies everywhere. Noise. Colours. Cooking aromas. But be reassured - each of the many food outlets has to have a government certificate of cleanliness in order to remain open and so the food is clean, safe ...and tastes like heaven! Find a seat - sharing a table is perfectly acceptable... More
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