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Arriving by bus # 22, 24, 25, 73, 86, 130, 133, 135, 136, 138, 166, 261, 262, 265, 269. Bus-stop name; Ang Mo Kio Interchange continue reading
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Today
11:00 - 23:00
Mon
11:00 - 23:00
Tue
Closed
Wed - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
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Cash Only
Open Till Late
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Satay Bee Hoon
Review (8)
This satay bee hoon stall in Ang Mo Kio Central Food Market has been around for at least 25 years. I first had this when I was in primary school in the 1980s as my Granny was a big fan of it and she’d always bring me here then. I continued patronising this stall over the years not just because it evokes childhood memories but because it is still one of the better satay bee hoons in Singapore after I’ve tried many others elsewhere.The winning formula has got to be the satay sauce that is thick, rich and flavourful despite being oily too. I don’t like cockles so I’d always request for them to be omitted and the stall owner would just give me extras of the other ingredients. I love the crunch of the fresh prawns and kang kong (water spinach). The sliced pork, cuttlefish and tau pok (fried tofu puffs) are tender. The bee hoon is nicely blanched so it’s never soft and soggy. Drenched with a generous helping of the satay sauce, this is a volcano of flavours and textures. What’s not to like?For full review and pictures, please go to http://www.springtomorrow.com/2014/02/18/centre-satay-bee-hoon-ang-mo-kio-central-food-centre/ continue reading
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We were on our way to AMK Hub for a movie in the evening but was way too early so decided to have lunch first elsewhere nearby.Topped with thick gooey satay sauce of mild spiciness, underneath it , are white springy rice vermicelli, Kangkung which was crunchy, chewy cuttlefish , and lean porkslices which was a little tough (but will be fine after mixing with the peanutty satay sauce) , well cooked cockles and one piece of miserable prawn. Overall it was oily and too much of the greasy sauce can get sickening to digest. I’ve had better elsewhere so probably buy from this stall unless due to location convenience. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-28
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While I patronize Ang Mo Kio Food Centre, today is the first time I tried Centre Satay Bee Hoon...A plate of satay bee hoon which costs $3 comes in a satisfactory portion of vermicilli served with cuttlefish, cockles, prawn, lean meat and kangkong...Remarkably sweet and savory, the thick satay sauce coats the bee hoon very well...The fresh cuttlefish is extremely tasty and crunchy...Try while is HOT... continue reading
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Level3 2013-02-23
10 views
The FoodI ordered the Satay Bee Hoon and the bee hoon texture is fine and smooth. The bee hoon easily absorbed the peanut gravy (not too dilute or dry) and can taste the satay gravy in my mouth The ingredients especially the prawn, cuttle fish and lean meat are all very fresh. The ServiceService was prompt, and rather smooth as I went on weekdays hence not so crowded.The AmbienceAlthough the stall is in a hawker center, i find that the place was well-ventilated The PriceReasonably-priced at $3 per plateOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-07
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Having my lunch at Ang Mo Kio Market a while ago. I ordered a Meehoon with Satay at one of the stall there.The stall was not big, we were greeted by a friendly boss while we standing in front of the stall, thinking what we wanted to order. There was no queue visible.Actually the meehoon was so-so, the gravy was too sweet for me. However, I can tasted the freshness of all ingredients such as Vegetables, Squid, Tau Kwa and Prawn. It costed $3.50 each plate of meehoon. continue reading
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