While you’re wandering through the Tiong Bahru neighborhood looking at bookstores, ’50s architecture, and tiny antique shops, you’ll need to find somewhere to eat - and that place should be Tiong Bahru Food Center. Once you make your way to the second floor of the constantly busy Tiong Bahru Market, you can get roast meats from Lee Hong Kee, prawn noodle soup from Min Nan Pork Ribs Prawn Noodles, rice cakes with pickled vegetables at Jian Bo Shui Kueh, and icy desserts from Liang Liang Garden (get the Milo Dinosaur Ice Kachang - it’s like a hot chocolate snow cone) all without leaving the building. Head over with a group of friends when you’re in the area, make sure you’ve got cash, and order everything.
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