A Whole New World


Last Saturday, we visited the newly opened New World Park hawker center in Swatow Lane.  I heard that in pre-war times, this very same area housed an amusement park by the same name.  Well anyway, now the area contains almost all the hawkers from the nearby (famous) Swatow Lane coffee shop.  What’s good about this new hawker center is the ample car park available.  It’s not free, but is quite canggih cos they’ve got these car park payment machines, much like the ones they have at malls.  Car park is 50 sen for the 1st hour I think.

Here’s a mouth-watering look at what we had:

And a picture of satisfaction after the scrumptious meal:

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6 Responses to A Whole New World

  1. huisia says:

    Wah…”ABC”…i miss it..

    The Giddy Tiger says: Can make your own in China ah?

  2. michelle says:

    Yummy. Hey your son look so grown up. Look more and more like dad. Of coz a bit like you too…:P

    The Giddy Tiger says: He’s getting quite a bit of a personality too. Check out his blog. 🙂

  3. Angie says:

    Yup, agreed that it’s a great place with all the food served under one roof. Only thing is that there’s NO highchair. I had to carry poor Evan the 3 times we went!

    The Giddy Tiger: You can try using the stroller the next time la, assuming your brought it along…or you can bring your high chair along too.. hahaha…

  4. Discovered your wedding blog. You and you hubby look so good together. And the result is a cute cute baby. 🙂

    Now I want to go try those dishes. Looks so yummy!

    The Giddy Tiger says: Thank you Thank you!!! Which reminds me, I still need to update my wedding site with wedding photos. So do check back soon! 🙂

  5. zara's mama says:

    If I went to a hawker centre in Singapore, I never failed to order Mee Pok and oh-jian. Oh.. you guys make such good oh-jian! I’d skip the wantan mee and charkueyteow b’cos M’sia makes better ones. 😛

    The Giddy Tiger says: I know a stall in Penang serving award-winning oh-jian (or oh-chien). They even display their award out front. Cholestrol-laden, yummy and mouth-watering. 🙂

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