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Get Authentic Malaysian Street Food At Boleh Boleh!

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Craving cheap authentic Malaysian street food? Put aside your passport and head to Clementi Mall! The largest soon-to-be certified halal Malaysian Street Food dining experience, Boleh Boleh! is serving your favourite dishes at affordable prices.

Located at level 4 of Clementi Mall, the eatery features seven “islands” that each offer uniquely different styles of Malaysian street food. Boleh Boleh! will be the largest halal eatery by Fei Siong Group, creators of Encik Tan and Malaysia Boleh!, once the eatery gets its halal certification.

Taste the difference between Singapore and Malaysian street food at Boleh Boleh. With a total of 28 stalls, you will be spoilt for choices!

Source: Julaila Latiff

Boleh Boleh! prides themselves on keeping the taste as authentic as possible while also ensuring that it is halal. It took them over a year to come up with a list of Halal adaptations of Chinese street food found in Malaysia.

They wanted to ensure that the eatery captures the authenticity of the original dishes while also being inclusive in our multicultural and multiracial community. As of now, the halal-certification is still pending approval. Rest assured, Boleh Boleh! only sourced out the best halal-certified ingredients despite facing challenges due to Covid-19 border restrictions.


Must-Try At Boleh-Boleh!
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Ji Kut Teh

For those who are familiar with Bak Kut Teh, this style of herbal soup is more towards the Malaysian style of cooking. This dish is made with chicken instead of the traditional pork so it will be something different for you to try!

Price: $5.50


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Prawn Noodle

The soup in these noodles is packed with flavour. A single slurp of the noodles and you will understand why there are some who would rush down to Boleh Boleh in the morning! This is a warm dish you will love on these rainy days.

Price: $4. 50 for regular, $5.50 for large (Add $2 for six pieces of small prawns)


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Char Kway Teow

Be prepared to wait for 20 – 30 minutes for a plate of Char Kway Teow. This crowd favourite has a line minutes after Boleh Boleh! open for the day. However, it is definitely worth the wait. The noodles are light and not too greasy. You can easily finish one large plate by yourself!

Price: $4.50 for regular, $6 for large (Add $2 for two pieces of prawns)

Bonus: Chicken Wanton With Vinegar and Chili Oil

Add a side dish to your Char Kway Teow with a plate of Chicken Wanton With Vinegar & Chili Oil. The Xiao Long Bao stall just opened, and you should give these chicken wantons a try. Only $4 for six pieces!


The affordable prices at Boleh Boleh! will want to make you go on an eating spree to try out every single stall available in the eatery. Most of the main dishes are under $10 except for the Zi Char stall which will be opening soon.


Halal certification is still pending for Boleh Boleh! and they will also be opening more of the stalls soon. So, keep an eye out for an update from us!

Be sure to visit Boleh Boleh! at level 4, Clementi Mall (#4-20/21/22). The eatery will be opened from 10 am to 930 pm daily. Visit Malaysia without having to even leave Singapore!