Note: Not all stalls in Fork and Spoon is HALAL-certified.(thks Sensasi for bringing that up!) So please ensure there is a HALAL cert displayed before buying but if unsure, can always call up MUIS. Thank u…
Tan tock Seng hospital
Nearest MRT: Novena
There are many food stalls in TTS. There are many HALAL-certified ones too.
The first one, I went is a large kopitiam outlet. There are about 4-5 choices of HALAL certified stalls like cili api, chicken rice, western food, nasi padang and and yong tahu.
This asam laksa is nice. The spicyness is not as overwhelming as the one in Hougang point Juzz Penang stall.Comes in 2 size- small or large. They also serve chee cheong fun, pai tee,hot steaming buns…
U can opt for noodles/rice to be included with the yong tahu. The broth is nice. If u want to eat healthy, this is the right choice..
I always prefer the darker dipping sauce.The other one tasted more like sambal prawn.
This nasi padang stalls sells mee soto, mee rebus and lots of fried fritters like keropok lekor(malaysian fish cracker), pisang goreng, popiah and more. They also sell nasi ambeng,nasi jenganan (peanuty gravy)and nasi rawan (keluak gravy) mostly about $4-$5 per set.
The fried popiah is quite tasty with lots of turnip and vegetables in the fillings. No sambal is given.The sardine puff is a bit sweet.
p.s: In the basement, there is another kopitiam , much smaller.I’m not sure whether they are HALAL since I view them from afar.