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Bus Stop: 11439, Blk 92. Bus Service Numbers: 195. Train Station: Commonwealth MRT Station, Exit B continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sat
07:30 - 22:30
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Review (4)
Level4 2017-11-08
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http://www.umakemehungry.com/2017/10/eng-kee.htmlWe chanced by this place the last round while we were on our way to 2 Chefs Eating Place. We were caught by the pleasant surprise with a good long queue line up in front of Eng Kee. Where curiosity kills the cat, we walked forward to the old school coffeeshop and checked that it was actually selling some economical fried bee hoon with the standard sides / finger food that we can get from the supermarket. Lauded for its delicious and tasty chicken wings that was classified as one of the best 20 in Singapore, we find it hard to resist without ordering more than one portion for each of us. While many of us will think that economical Bee Hoon is best eaten in the morning but for Eng Kee, there are only operating from 12pm in Weekdays and 12.30pm to about 10 pm in the evening.We had some plates with bee hoon and some plates with Bee Hoon Mee and the staples food items like fried eggs, cabbages, Otah, Ngoh Hiang, Taiwan Sausages, Fish cakes and Tau Kwa. The chicken wings were not ready at the point of our order due to high demands from the diner. It was quite amazing that the kitchen was actually frying chicken wings non stop as I could see the continuous batches of wings coming out of the kitchen during my queue for food.  As I sink my teeth into the piping hot golden brown wings, I fell in love with its crispy thin crunching skin. As I sink my teeth further in, I realized the juiciness of it. However, if you are talking about the Chicken Wing's taste, it was not complicated as the marinate was simple. You do not expect something you can get from Prawn Paste Chicken's fragrance. However, its more like home cooked dishes that includes, pepper, soy sauce and some MSG for its marinate. If you are talking about the plates of Bee Hoon, I would say that they did really have the old school plain taste with QQ texture.  Beats me regarding the long queue but if you are looking for some simple and old school economical bee hoon, do not forget about Eng Kee. Where car parking lots are good enough, the only thing that turns one off may be the hot humid heat trap in the coffeeshop space after the afternoon sun shone so hard onto it. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-10
28 views
This stall sell really delicious chicken wings! Crispy and brown on the outside, soft and moist on the inside. The meat is really tender and flavourful, it is especially nice when you eat it just after it is fried! This stall also sell beehoon and mixed vegetables, just like those nasi lemak concept. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-09
32 views
While I was searching for food after lunch time, i saw a very long queue out of a quiet food centre. Hence, i decided to join in the queue.I had ordered fried bee hoon & noodle with chicken wing and ngor ham.The fried bee hoon tasted average and peppery. The fried noodle was very peppery and i did not like the taste.The fried chicken was piping hot and the skin taste good. The chicken meat was moist and render.The ngor hiam tasted more of flour than meat.  continue reading
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This is a very famous stall for economic fried bee hoon and fried mee with the certification given by Makansutra. A pretty well known stall for residents staying at Commonwealth and Holland. It used to be my regular stall for dinner and supper when i stayed in Holland area. The star here is the chicken wing for $1.20 per piece. The chicken wings are well marinated and well fried till crispy. I usually ordered 2 pieces with well seasoned and nicely fried bee hoon.There is always a queue even so during the off peak hours. And, it used to open only in the late afternoon but it extended its operating hours from 7.30 am to 10.30 pm with their regular off day on Sunday.Give it a try if you happen to be in the vicinity. continue reading
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