What Singaporeans’ Say About The New Hawker Centre At Hougang

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24-hour hawker centre to open in Hougang on Aug 6

The hawker centre is situated within Ci Yuan Community Club in Hougang Avenue 9 and can seat up to 640 people.

What Singaporeans’ Say?

Gerald Ng I read some feedback concerning about the $2.80 price tag. It can be achieved. Just go to Bukit Merah View hawker centre. If the folks there can maintained it, why can’t the so called gen Y hawkers? If you want to be a millionaire then don’t be a hawker. To me, hawker food is about being affordable. Taste is secondary. You want to use or eat aatas ingredients then go to a restaurant. Even MRT station can sell chicken rice at $1.80… If you can’t meet the price then there will be someone else who can.

Paul Lee 李 Lower prices = $2.80 !?!

g Kwee Gek I thought the price is keep at limit of $3 ! Is good for 老百姓

Desmond Yeo Kian Siong Haha cheap staff. Coffee $0,80. Mine hse only 0.6

Melvin Chew So Fei Siong stall will operated 24hr . I’m curious if Fei Siong does employed FW as hawker center are not allow to.

Nashriq Mohd Hope have several halal food there

Ace Goh It opens on my birthday, what a surprise.. wooohoo!!!!

Alice JJ Lim been wating for it…….

Gerald Ng Hawkers food should be kept affordable.

Solomon De Albuquerque Like that food prices there won’t be cheap

Mehjik Mike Simoon But…will all the stalls be open 24hr

Fiona Chia Yeo Sad that field is gone but looking forward to see what the new C.C has to offer and the new makan stalls. Grateful to be living in Singapore.

Matthew Chua Sounds like a food court using the false pretense of a hawker centre lah.

JoviaLity Jefiline Hawkers are foreigners because Singaporeans don’t work 24/7? All the local taste had vanished, even the kopi tau chew prc, tasteless and not hygienic anymore!

CNA News

24-hour hawker centre to open in Hougang on Aug 6

The hawker centre is situated within Ci Yuan Community Club in Hougang Avenue 9 and can seat up to 640 people.

POSTED: 31 Jul 2015 23:34

The hawker centre is situated within Ci Yuan Community Club in Hougang Avenue 9, with at least 60 per cent of the 40 stalls set to open for business next Thursday.

At the hawker centre, customers can only pay using a self-payment kiosk at each stall. The scheme has been introduced to boost productivity and cut manpower costs. Children will also get their own lower seats and basins.

The hawker centre can seat up to 640 people.

At least two stalls will offer food items at lower prices, such as S$0.80 for a cup of coffee and S$2.80 for a bowl of signature fishball noodles, to serve as a benchmark for the other stalls in the centre.

Some hawkers are new to the trade and are enrolled in a three-year entrepreneurship programme, under the hawker centre’s managing agent Fei Siong Food Management, to learn the ropes.

“Our aim is to attract more youngsters to join this hawker food trade,” said executive director of Fei Siong Food Management Tan Kim Leng. “We hope from there, residents can continue to enjoy local hawker fare.”

Source:  http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/24-hour-hawker-centre-to/2021330.html?cid=FBsg

 

 

 

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