(Website nhà tài trợ: công ty kiến trúc nhà) A food visit to the Balestier area isn’t complete without a stop to whampoa market . Sometimes known as Whampoa Drive Food Centre, the huge complex is split into two blocks and a wet market, where you’ll be spoiled for choice by the variety of stalls. The “Morning Market” at Blk 91 serves the early birds, while Blk 90 next door only gets busy later in the day. But no matter the time of day you drop by, there’ll always be somethin open, even if it’s at 2am on a Sunday night (except when it's closed for cleaning, of course). This guide focuses more on the hidden gems of Blk 90, where most of the stalls are open from late afternoon onwards, thus its other nickname as the “Night Market”. The next Michelin Bib Gourmand on our list goes to Liang Zhao Ji for their roasted ducks. The queue can be lengthy, with customers taking away whole ducks at a time from the stall that has been around for nearly three decades. The old-school duck rice ($4) has won over everyone’s hearts with its winning combination of duck, tasty gravy, yam rice, and spicy chilli that ties everything together. By itself, the duck is not fantastic, maybe even a little dry. The chilli is the game-changer, with a texture slightly lighter than sambal but more vinegary. The duck porridge ($3) is something I would go back for, even if they could have been more generous with the meat. The Cantonese-style porridge is boiled for hours to get that thick, gloopy consistency, and then mixed with the savoury and sweet herbal sauce. The porridge is also topped with some crunchy noodles, with the duck and gravy hidden underneath the pristine porridge. If it’s your first time at Liang Zhao Ji, head straight for the duck porridge to really understand why everyone keeps going back!