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A Beginner’s Guide to eating at Hawker Centres and Food Courts in Singapore. I visit the Newton Food Centre to eat Singapore Carrot Cake and Satay, the Maxwe…

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  • Rachel Wong 4 years ago

    Food courts in the city often carry overpriced food that isn’t quite as
    good as the stuff off the town.

  • Eden Sng Jing xuan 4 years ago

    In singapore toys are expensive

  • darknarwhal12 4 years ago

    But now they have tray return place so you have to clean up yourself to
    make the jobs easier for the workers working and make Singapore more clean

  • Sandra Lim 4 years ago

    u dont need a towel -_-

  • hargretseeker77 4 years ago

    dude, love your enthusiasm and ebullience

  • Kwoo Woo 4 years ago

    Drinks stall are typically the most profitable stalls among the lots. So,
    it is more likely than not, operated by the owner of the food courts. There
    is an unspoken no-competition rule as far as drinks stall is concerned and
    that is why you don’t find a variety of drinks in a typical food courts
    amidst much better food varieties.

  • cardfightmstaer 4 years ago

    U suck

  • Ezjaerox 4 years ago

    I think i’ve ever only encountered chicken, lamb and beef satays throughout
    my life here

  • niklas lee 4 years ago

    This guy got scammed at newton o.0

  • loverangel1 4 years ago

    Haha tian tian has spoons. Just ask them next time. There are satay stalls
    run by chinese sellers which do sell pork satays. I just had some the other
    day… 

  • SmellsLikeNirvanna 4 years ago

    i dont think ive ever had pork satay in my life, and no im not a muslim.

  • Chris Raney 4 years ago

    The latest from Yelloww Productions… eating traditional Singapore street
    food.

  • Jenz Hou 4 years ago

    im crying while watching this……….. its been so long since i’ve been
    to singapore :'(

  • Ivan Lim 4 years ago

    I see you know the “use tissue to chope seat” method:)

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    Those seats are hard to come by otherwise! 🙂 Singapore is a pretty busy
    place!

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    Time to go back!

  • Leroy Chong 4 years ago

    Beware that some hawker centre would require you to clear your own plate
    now. Check the new regulation of Singapore.

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    Lime juice isn’t nearly as available in the rest of the world as it is in
    Singapore 🙂

  • jolenepeh 4 years ago

    Hawker centres serve better food than food courts. So it depends on whether
    you want the comfort or the food. 🙂

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    BlewDanube: Thanks for the comment! I’ll remember to bring a plastic bag
    for the towel next time… that’s a great idea 🙂

  • Tiffany Yeo 4 years ago

    Im Singaporean (:

  • Bryan Sproles 4 years ago

    I never had to chope seats, but I’ll remember to bring a small packet of
    tissue in case I need to for this upcoming trip 🙂 Luckily (?) for me, I’m
    from New Orleans, so while I really buey tahan (can’t tolerate) the heat, I
    am at least used to it… Can’t wait to have some of my faves – satay ayam,
    sugarcane juice, roti prata with egg, teh tarik, and most definitely bak
    gua 🙂

  • katyD2202 4 years ago

    Thank you for your clip. It’s really helpful cause I plan to go there with
    family next month. Thanks a lot. 🙂

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    I’m not sure if that’s a good thing, or a bad thing 🙂

  • MoshaEscapades 4 years ago

    Welcome to Singapore!! Did u like it there?