East Coast Lagoon Food Village was constructed on reclaimed land and began operating as a hawker centre in 1978 to accessorise the beach-front activities of Singapore's biggest seaside resort. The mapping out of the lagoon (from 1972 to 1976) included the plan for hawker stalls. The one-storey timber structure food destination was designed to blend in with the surroundings of the beach front and swimming lagoon. East Coast Lagoon Food Village was finished in 1978 at a total cost of $685,000. To this day, it is a foodies haven most popular at night, attracting tourist and locals to its popular local dishes.
1220, EAST COAST PARKWAY, 468960
A popular bak kut teh stall at East Coast Lagoon Hawker Centre that sells other scrumptious dishes like pork leg. They also won the award for Top 10 Bak Kut Teh in the City Hawker Food Hunt 2011.
One of the more popular satay stalls at East Coast Lagoon Hawker Centre and they have a variety of meats like beef, chicken and lamb. The satay is also grilled out in the open right before your very eyes!
A tasty BBQ Seafood stall.
EAST COAST PARKWAY
Opp Cable Ski Pk(93151), Cable Ski Pk(93159), Lagoon View(93049), Hua Xin Ct(93041)
The easiest way to reach East Coast Lagoon Food Centre is by car, there is a taxi drop-off point when you enter "East Coast Lagoon Food Centre". Alternatively, take an underpass walk that runs under the ECP highway from the Marine Parade Area.