At this 'dual concept hawker centre ', you can find both traditional and non-traditional food.
Both traditional and hipster cuisine can be found at Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre , offering you endless variety to suit your cravings.
This series is inspired by the National Heritage Board's new digital photography project entitled, in which four local photographers have captured oft-overlooked features of 12 hawker centres in Singapore. In each edition, we'll highlight one awesome hawker centre and the mouth-watering makan you can find there.
Photo: Fabian OngPasir Ris Hawker Centre opened in 2018 and is the only hawker centre in this town. The centre has been known for offering both traditional hawker food and non-traditional specialty dishes not commonly found in food centres.Its eye-catchingly organic and iconic design - captured by local photographer Fabian Ong for NHB's digital photography project "Our Hawker Culture: Built for Great Taste" - puts the focus on the maximisation of natural ventilation.
According to CPG Corporation, the architects behind this hawker centre: "The building envelope is largely porous to maximise airflow. This was achieved through a combination of customised metal facade panel system with openings and aerofoil louvres. The high ceilings of the centre were also designed to maximise airflow and circulation." headtopics.com
Now, that's seriously - and quite literally - cool.Photo: Fabian OngPhoto: Fabian OngIt's touted as a "dual concept hawker centre" - you can find both traditional and non-traditional food served here aka every type of diner also can!
Photo: Fabian OngSurrounded by lush greenery with natural ventilation, diners can tuck into their meals with gusto - when there's no COVID-19, of course. For now, here's what to look out for when you want some delicious Read more: Yahoo Singapore »
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