Tampines Void Deck Bazaar Has Hipster Food Till 4 June

Ramadan bazaars have sprung up in multiple locations island-wide and you can’t decide which one to visit.

Geylang is too crowded, Woodlands is too far, so where would be a spot worth travelling to?

Easties can rejoice, because there’s a bazaar right at the void deck of Blk 863, Tampines Street 83, selling a wide range of delicious foods.

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No need to go all the way to Our Tampines Hub, especially if you live along this street.

Affordable Western street food

The more popular bazaars may boast dishes like beef cubes and meatballs in a bucket, but those are becoming more commonplace now.

This Tampines void deck bazaar offers more unique options instead, like burritos by No Pat No Pit that contain succulent, meaty fillings.

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Items on the menu include:

  • Nacho Mayo Wedges ($5)
  • Cheesy Chicken Burrito ($5)
  • Cheesy Chicken Burrito With Egg ($6)
  • Mutton Satay Burrito ($7)

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The prices are comparatively cheaper than what you’ll find at most other bazaars, and for a generous serving like that, it’s definitely worth every dollar.

Have some dessert to complete your meal, from this unassuming cake stall that sells different types of cheesecake and even the local favourite ondeh-ondeh cake.

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You’ll need a drink to go with all that, and what better option than butter beer?

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Looks like you won’t have to fly to the nearest Wizarding World of Harry Potter to get a sip of butter beer after all.

Traditional Malay delicacies

Those craving a taste of nostalgia won’t have to worry as the few other stalls there sell all sorts of Malay delicacies, from nasi ambeng to different kuehs.

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Your mum and nenek will be delighted if you bring home some traditional Malay food to break fast with.

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Perhaps something closer to your idea of ‘old school’ would be Ramly burger, which would evoke fond memories of pasar malams from your childhood.

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The patties look promisingly thick and juicy, so we’re guessing that the burgers here won’t disappoint you.

Legit bazaar right in the heartlands

If you’re not a fan of huge, overly crowded spaces, this void deck bazaar is the perfect place for you.

It may seem small, but there are tonnes of food on offer, leaving you spoilt for choice.

Here’s more information on how to get there:

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Address: 863 Tampines Street 83, Singapore 520863
Dates available: 6 May-4 Jun
Opening hours: 2pm-7pm, daily
Nearest MRT station: Tampines

There’s only a little over 2 weeks left before the bazaar ends, so head down and check out what’s on offer while you still can.

Featured image from Fizz Nadirah on Facebook and Facebook.