Xin Tekka, the Largest Gourmet Food Hall in Tekka Showcases Local Hawker Legends, Rediscovered Restaurateurs, and New-Generation Food Entrepreneurs 

Spanning approximately 10,000 square feet, Xin Tekka features comeback restaurateurs and well-loved brands such as Pang Hakka Noodle, Casa Bom Vento Express, and Alhambra Satay

  • 07:14 AM, 31 Jul, 2020

(Singapore July 31, 2020) With the opening of the new Tekka Place, comes the official launch of Xin Tekka, Tekka’s largest food hall. Celebrate Singapore’s rich culinary heritage with Xin Tekka’s stellar line-up of local hawker legends, comeback restaurateurs, and new-generation food entrepreneurs, each carefully scouted island-wide to reflect our diverse cultural identity.

Spanning approximately 10,000 square feet and two floors, Xin Tekka is a new hybrid-model food hub which offers sustainable entry-point rental rates for tenants which is crucial in bringing legendary hawkers on-board and helping tenants tide through this uncertain time.

Here, diners can enjoy Singapore’s unique hawker culture and reinterpreted recipes with every bite of well-loved dishes. Revisit and savor your favorite brands:

Pang’s Hakka Noodle:
Celebrate award-winning Chef Pang Kok Keong’s first and only venture into Hakka F&B after parting from his patisserie. He pays tribute to his mother who was a noodle hawker and honors his Hakka roots and heritage through a selection of Hakka delicacies.

Casa Bom Vento Express: 
After a 4-year hiatus, the well-loved 25 years old Peranakan-Eurasian restaurant is back. Diners can enjoy new creations such as Tian of Ayam Buah Keluak with Blue Pea Nasi Ulam, Singapore’s only Vegetarian Blue Pea Nasi Ulam, and crowd-favourite Dry Laksa.

Rong Guang BBQ Seafood:
Serving fresh BBQ Seafood to locals and tourists alike for the past 35 years, Rong Guang BBQ Seafood is eponymous with Sambal BBQ Stingray and Chilli Crab. Choosing to reopen in Xin Tekka after closing for a year, they will be introducing a new dish, Seafood In A Bag. 

Alhambra Satay: 
One of the first satay stalls in Singapore, Alhambra Satay is the only one still around 60 years after its inception at Satay Club. It still serves its original Javanese recipe - hand-cut, chunky and juicy satay paired with aromatic in-house peanut sauce.

Da Boomz Delights: 
A popular home-based business which found a loyal following at food fairs and bazaars is now kickstarting its first physical store in Xin Tekka during the pandemic with an aim to bring a plethora of Malay kuihs and its own take of appam balik.

Liang Ji:
Chef Dominic Neo’s grit provides an inspirational zero to hero story having apprenticed and worked for 18 years before setting up Liang Ji. He serves char kway teow that is robust with wok-hei and innovative interpretations of carrot cake such as Cheesy Floss Carrot Cake, which won Singapore Food Master award, and Spicy Hae Bee Hiam Carrot Cake.

Hosay’s Delicacy:
Hosay’s Delicacy serves up specialty meepok noodles in an umami broth paired with fresh scallops, clams, homemade prawn paste and fish strips – no wonder the brand has opened 5 stalls under the Hosay family within a year.

RW Express
Started in 1997 at Clive Street, RW Express is well-known for their North-Indian cuisine offerings such as chicken tikka, which use boneless chicken thighs, and perfectly grilled tandoor items. Its meat items are carefully grilled with charcoal and prepared freshly upon every order.

Morning Boss:
Run by second-gen owners of a 20-year old beverage business, Morning Boss is their first independent venture. They serve traditional drinks Singaporeans know and love including the rare Kopi with Butter (kopi guyou).

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