In case you haven’t already heard, the Geylang Serai Bazaar will run from 17 March to 22 April 2023!
This year, there will be an insane number of stalls; more than 700 with roughly 150 food stalls and 550 retail stores. That’s 10 times more than last year with 70 stalls.
It’s also the longest-running edition at a whopping 36 days!
Ready to soak up the festivities, enjoy shopping and treat yourself?
Here’s what you need to know about the Geylang Serai Bazaar 2023!
TL;DR: Geylang Serai Bazaar 2023 Review & Price List
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|Taiwanese Crispy Chicken|
|Banana Chocolate Cheese||$7|
|Peanut & Corn||$6.50|
|Flaming Cheese Rendang||$8|
Home of Sushi (Upeh, Tempura, Sushi)
Featuring Mini California Maki, Ebi Sushi, Tako Sushi, Kani Sushi and much more!
Do note that the Tempura store is separate.
|Beef / Seafood, Hor Fun / Bee Hoon||$10|
|1 Premium Box||$8|
|2 Premium Boxes||$15|
|Maki / Prawn / Shitake Mushroom / Enoki Mushroom / Soft Shell Crab / Kani||$8 per box, Mix Combo $15|
Lemang Pak Suka by The Shakehouse
|Seafood Mee Goreng Basah||$8|
|Frozen Plain (Whole)||$14|
|Frozen Flavoured (Whole)||$16|
|Rendang Daging / Rendang Ayam / Serunding Daging / Serunding Ayam / Satay Kambing (Half)||$10|
|Rendang Daging / Rendang Ayam / Serunding Daging / Serunding Ayam / Satay Kambing (Whole)||$18|
|Bandung Coco Shake||$6.50|
|Mango Coco Shake||$6.50|
|Coco Ice Cream||$8.90|
(Original, Oreo, Ondeh Ondeh)
|Classic Beef Steak||$10.90|
|Truffle Beef Steak||$13.90|
|Cookies and Brownies||$6.50 each / Box of 6 for $38|
|Big Big Fries ($9.90 for any 2 sauces)|
|Himalayan Pink Salt||$9.90|
|Item||Price (Short Ribs / Wagyu)|
|Salt N Pepper Beef Cubes||$12 / $20|
|Mala Beef Cubes||$14 / $22|
|Truffle Beef Cubes||$16 /$24|
|Cheesy Beef Cubes||$14 / $22|
|Beef Rice Box||$14 / $22|
|Cheesy Mentaiko Beef Cubes||$16 /$24|
|Beef Ori (100gm)||$6|
|Chicken Honey (100gm)|
|Beef Chilli (100gm)|
Frank On Wheels By Bana Kitchen
|Mac & Cheese||$10.90|
|Spicy Korean Fries With Turkey Bacon||$7|
|Mac & Cheese Fries Turkey Bacon|
|Mentai Fries With Turkey Bacon|
|Truffle Beef Bites||$6|
|Nacho Beef Rendang|
|Cold Brew Coffee|
|Chicken Snack Pack|
|Local Milk Tea|
|Floral Pear Tea|
|Lavender Mint Tea|
|1 Fries & 1 Drink||$13 / $14|
|Thai Milk Tea||$5.50|
|Green Milk Tea|
|Lavender Milk Tea|
|Masala Milk Tea||$6|
|Orange Summer Twist||$6.50|
|Passionfruit Green Tea||$6|
|Mini Vadai||$4 for 10 pieces|
|Chilli Crab Praffle||$15.90|
|Rendang Beef Praffle||$15.90|
|Satay Bagus Praffle||$13.90|
|Truffle Cheese Praffle||$11.90|
|Garlic Prawn Praffle||$14.90|
|Gula Melaka Praffle||$10.90|
|Thai Milk Tea|
|Honey Comb Ice Cream||$8|
|Durian Cha Cha Cha||$6|
Ah Moi Thai Tea
|Shake Shake Soda||$4|
|Assorted Milk Tea (700 ml)||$3|
|Assorted Milk Tea (1000 ml)||$4|
|Popcorn / Candy Floss / Potato Wheel||$2.50|
Ranor Tenggiri Fish Otah
|Tenggiri Fresh Otak Otak||$8 for 10|
|Nasi Lemak Ayam||$3.50|
|Otak Otak Daun Pisang||$1.50|
|Fish + Coconut Sata||$2.50|
|Chicken Pepes||$8 for 10|
|Salmon Bone Fish Head||$1.50|
|Pulut Panggang Daging||$2|
|Pulut Fish Pangang||$2|
The Original Vadai
|The Original Vadai||Price (S$)|
|Chicken Wing, Chicken Liver, Chicken Gizzard, Bishop Nose, Chicken Steak||$2.50|
|Crispy Giant Squid||$10|
|Butter Rice||$8 (Chicken) / $10 (Beef)|
|Kebab Roll||$6 (Chicken) / $8 (Beef)|
|Mozzarella Cheese Roll||$8 (Chicken) / $10 (Beef)|
|Pide||$10 (Chicken) / $12 (Beef)|
|Pita Bread||$10 (Chicken) / $12 (Beef)|
|Baklava||$15 for 5 pieces|
|Takoyaki (Octopus / Crabstick / C/Ham&Cheese / Prawn)||$3 for 4 balls|
|Okonomi-yaki (Crabstick / Chicken Ham)||$3.50|
Geylang Serai Bazaar 2023 Location, Opening Hours and More
Location: Wisma Geylang Serai, From Geylang Serai Market to the area beside Tanjong Katong Complex
Opening Hours: Daily from 10 am to 11.59 pm. Till 6 pm on 22 April 2023, Hari Raya Puasa.
This year, the bazaar will be split into two concept areas: Souq City, “Souq” means market which will be around Wisma Geylang Serai, and Street Bazaar which stretches from Geylang Serai Market to the area beside Tanjong Katong Complex.
At Souq City, you can expect F&B and retail stalls, as well as community shelves for those who wish to donate perishable halal food and clothing for Hari Raya.
Meanwhile, Street Bazaar allows visitors to enjoy interactive art installations. Graffiti artist Slac Satu will be spray-painting his artwork across different panels during the 30 days of Ramadan.
The Hari Raya Light Up will also coincide with the opening day of the Geylang Serai Bazaar.
How to Get to Geylang Serai Bazaar
If you’re driving or ride-hailing, here is the exact address:
Address: 1 Geylang Serai, Singapore 402001
But we do not recommend driving over as there are limited parking spaces around the area!
If you’re getting there via public transport, here are your options:
- By MRT: Paya Lebar MRT (EW8/CC9)
- By Bus: 2, 7, 13 or 155
For context, it’s my first time at the Geylang Serai Bazaar and I brought along my friend, who happens to be quite a foodie. We both got a few items from various stores such as Takoyaki, Whiskdom, Bhosphorus, and of course, Ramly Burger.
The Big Big Fries from Whiskdom in particular immediately gave me huge buyer’s regret. I was expecting a large number of regular fries loaded with sauces like regular dirty fries. But I guess it’s my fault for not understanding the word “Big”. Sure enough, we got “big” fries….and we paid $9.90 for this:
While the picture only shows 9 fries, I had already eaten one. So technically, it was $1 for one damn fry (plus the sauce)! And the flavouring, seaweed mayonnaise together with Himalayan pink salt was not even tasty to either of us.
Okay, maybe it’s just this store, right?
I then wanted to take a photo of the Ramly Burger, but it looked so un-instagrammable which kind of defeats the purpose of going to the Geylang Serai Bazaar. It tasted alright but then again, it was $4.50. Compare that to a McChicken for $2.50.
And then came my friend’s kebab. It was $6, thin and the uncle didn’t even bother to spread the sauce out. In the end, he decided that it was so bad to eat that he only finished a quarter of it.
On the bright side, he did finish his takoyaki.
The seating areas were also pretty well set up with plenty of tables and chairs plus second-level seating. There was even a live band performing. So the vibes were definitely there.
Would I go again? Probably not. If I’m paying such a premium for “vibes” and “good food”, I better get both!