WhyQ Delivers Hawker Food From Chomp Chomp, Tiong Bahru Market, And Amoy St Food Centre

Hawker food delivery in Singapore with WhyQ

Image adapted from: @reeniepoh 

We might be nestled safely in our offices, but come lunchtime, sian – it’s pouring again. If not that, you’ve got back-to-back meetings and can’t spare the time to join a snaking queue in a popular hawker centre. But there’s no need for CBD workers to go hungry when you’ve got hawker food delivery app WhyQ.

With hawker centres from every corner of Singapore, now everyone can get freshly-cooked hawker fare delivered with no minimum spend needed. Here are 7 hawker dishes to chow down, all without leaving the comfort of your office or home:

P.S.: DBS/POSB Cardmembers get to enjoy up to 50% off and 50% cashback with DBS points – read on to find out more.

1. Marina South Delicious Food at Maxwell Food Centre

Char kway teow, prawn mee & oyster egg

Image credit: @shebinleovincent

Finally, a way to get your regular dose of Marina South Delicious Food’s char kway teow and oyster egg without smelling like you’ve been infused with charred wok hei yourself. You’ve got a choice of Fried Kway Teow ($4.50), Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles ($4.50), as well as Carrot Cake ($3.50) – both black and white.

They also do Prawn Omelette, Fried Oyster, and Oyster Egg with each dish priced at $6.50.

Order food from Maxwell Food Centre with WhyQ.

2. Grandma Ban Mee at Amoy Street Food Centre

Ban mian with black fungus

Image credit: @intermagix

This particular store sells out fast with plenty of office workers making a beeline for their coveted bowl of ban mee. Grandma Ban Mee’s noodles come lightly tossed with black fungus, anchovies, fried onions, and minced pork. Choose from either Soup or Dry ($4.30), or if you’re craving a spicy kick, then opt for Chilli ($5.50) for the crunchy dry chilli.

Order food from Amoy Street Food Centre with WhyQ.

3. Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist in Hong Lim Food Centre

Wanton noodles, soya sauce chicken noodles & Ipoh hor fun

No need to queue at crowded hawker stalls with WhyQ.
Image credit: @chasing.io

Joining a queue of 15 or so hungry people isn’t anyone’s idea of fun, but you’d need to do just that to get a bowl of wanton noodles from Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist. Thanks to an automated cooking machine, their noodles are reputably bouncy with a QQ spring to it.

Image credit: @asfixiado

Their star dish is the Char Siew Wanton Noodles ($4.50), but try their Special Set Meal at the same price – it comes with a generous load of char siew, braised black sauce chicken wings, and crispy prawn wantons. Other choices include Fresh Prawn Dumpling Noodles, Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles, Ipoh Hor Fun, and Chicken Cutlet Noodles, all priced at $4.50.

Order food from Hong Lim Food Centre with WhyQ.

4. Hainan Hokkien Mee at Golden Mile Food Centre

Dry-style fried Hokkien Mee with prawns

Image credit: @darrylchuaaa

Many of us like our Hokkien mee drenched in a light gravy, but Hainan Hokkien Mee does a perfectly dry rendition where the savouriness is absorbed into each strand. From Golden Mile Food Centre – not to be confused with Golden Mile Complex’s Thai food – this hawker stall is often frequented for their Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee ($4.50).

Order food from Golden Mile Food Centre with WhyQ.

5. Happy BBQ in Chomp Chomp

Sambal stingray, sambal lala & oyster omelette

Image credit: @strawberry_okok

There’s no need to deal with the humidity and smokiness when you next get a sambal stingray craving since you can get Chomp Chomp’s Happy BBQ dishes delivered straight to you. Besides Sambal Stingray ($13.50) – with a nod of appreciation to the copious amount of sambal – they also offer Sambal Lala ($11) and Sambal Mussels ($11).

Veggies like Sambal Kang Kong and Garlic Baby Kailan are also available, each dish priced at $7, and Oyster Omelette and Prawn Omelette for $9 each.

Order food from Chomp Chomp with WhyQ.

6. 178 Lor Mee in Tiong Bahru Market

Lor Mee with shark nuggets

Image credit: @reeniepoh

There’s nothing like cosying up to a bowl of piping hot lor mee when it’s thundering outside, especially when stalls like 178 Lor Mee have a perpetually long queue. But no worries, since they’re up for delivery on WhyQ. Their Lor Mee ($3.50) comes with noodles seeping in flavourful gravy, and best of all, deep fried nuggets made out of shark meat.

Order food from Tiong Bahru Market with WhyQ.

7. Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun in Old Airport Road Food Centre

Chee cheong fun, prawn roll & congee

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Chee cheong fun is usually a breakfast dish, but when they make it as silky as they do at Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun, you’ll be craving their slippery rolls for a light lunch or midday snack. Their 2-piece Chee Cheong Fun ($6) and Prawn Roll ($7) are their specialities, but they also offer up Congee ($3.50) with a choice of sliced fish, pork, or lean meat with century egg.

Order food from Old Airport Road Food Centre with WhyQ.

DBS/POSB promos for WhyQ hawker food delivery

Since there are over 1000 hawker stalls listed on WhyQ, it’s just as the name goes – why would you ever need to queue again? Whether you’re looking for a convenient meal in the office or a hearty dinner at home, they’ve got all your food cravings from wanton mee to sambal stingray. And after all, there’s no minimum order with a small $1.50 delivery fee so there’s no need to go around asking if people want to share the order.

Exclusively for DBS/POSB Cardmembers, here are a few discounts to get you started:

New customers: Use promo code “DBSWHYQ” to receive 50% off your first 2 orders*
Existing customers: Get up to 50% off by placing 5 orders in one week

*Capped at $3 per order

Remember to pay with your DBS Points to enjoy 50% cashback from now till 31 July 2018!

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Find out more about DBS’ WhyQ promotions here!


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