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Review (4)
Level2 2013-09-05
85 views
This stall is definitely a thumbs up when it comes to the taste of the food. I have been eating bee hoon from this stall for many years already. The fried bee hoon is springy and has a very nice aroma! In addition, there are many sides that u can choose from eg. tau kua, cabbage, egg, taiwanese sausage, and of course chicken wing!! i love the chicken wing the most and it really is a great combination with the bee hoon. The way they fry the chicken wing is kinda different from what u eat from the other stores and is crispy and nice!! Try it if u happen to be in that area!! Value for money and super yummilicious! continue reading
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Level3 2013-02-20
47 views
Economic fried bee hoon and nasi lemak are dishes known by many. For me, it is one of my favourites and the reason is simple - you spend a few bucks to enjoy a wide selection of dishes (you might want to think it as a mini personal tze char.) While stalls of this particular speciality have populated Singapore over the years, it is debatable which reigns over the rest.We happened to be in Chong Pang city, a precinct located at Yishun neighborhood recently and yes, the highly acclaimed Chong Pang Nasi Lemak came to mind. However, it was a tad far for our hungry stomachs, hence girlfriend suggested that we settle on the nearby Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon instead. And we did. Although not as famous as the former, Hup Lee was featured in televisions programmes on many occasions, as well as several magazine's food pages.Equipped with an array of a la carte items, such as fried chicken wings, otahs and Taiwanese sausages, one would be spoilt for choice. So, here was my pick - fragrant Nasi Lemak rice with fried chicken wings, beancurd skin, kuning fish, spicy otah, cabbage and topped with a pile of homemade chilli (S$5.00). The kuning fish and cabbage were nothing to rave about, however I'd say that the otah and chicken wing were pretty impressive, especially the wings which had an extra crispy punch to its skin.And obviously, fried bee hoon is at its best at Hup Lee. Unlike the usual ones that were excessively drenched in oil, Hup Lee's version was just sufficiently greased, without making the dish too oily. Perhaps it is difficult to explain in words, why not head north and try it yourself? Just do not mind the really long queues during peak hours, but again, the queues clear up quite fast due to their efficiency. continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-23
29 views
gotten mum to dabao this for me as breakfast..as usual, the q is long,but the q clears very fast. mum said this cost about $2.50.the bee hoon isn't too 'springy',and the kway teow isn't too oily.they are very generous towards their chilli too.next, we go to the ingredients,the taiwan sausage isn't too dry,unlike those bought at pasar malam.and the crab meat wrapped in seaweed and fishcake alike,it's tender and the crab meat doesn't taste of the seafood smell. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-03
23 views
Bought hup lee bee hoon during lunch (: As the stall are being recommended by the residents staying at nearby area. Hence, I decided to give it a try. To my surprised, their bee hoon was awesome ! Heir bee hoon was soft and not too dry. Usually, I will get those dry and hard to swallow down kind and dry.bee hoon at other hawker centre. however, hup lee beehoon was different! The cabbage was juicy and crunchy It cost only 2.20 ! continue reading
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