Awards and Titles
Michelin Plate (2021)
Opening Hours
10:00 - 21:00
Mon - Fri
10:00 - 21:00
10:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Open Till Late
Michelin Guide
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Signature Dishes
Fish Head Bee Hoon
Review (2)
Level4 2013-10-09
While most of the stalls were closed in Yuhua Village Market & Food Centre and business crowds were miserable to most of the stalls, I have seen a surprising long queued line up along the row of Ron Sheng Fish Head Bee Hoon Stall. Being curious, we had joined in the queue and decided to give it a shot.Queuing made us hungrier when patrons in front of us carried their ordered bowls of steaming hot fish noodle passing by us with the aroma of XO lingers along the passage. Although Ron Sheng was also selling Hand Made Noodle, I had observed that most customers had ordered their XO and original fish noodle.A spoonful of XO was added to bring out the aromatic broth after the Bee Hoon was cook. Dish was filled to the brim with generous amount of fried fish given. Each and every slice of them had its battered smell of egg fragrance. The texture of the batter was rather unique, it was rough with hints of peppery taste unlike most of the fried fish.Cost: $6The bowl of plain fish bee hoon shares its own unique taste, the soup was sweet and tasty added with plenty of vegetables. Like any other fish soup stall, we can request to have milk included but in this case, we had it excluded. Cost: $4Slices of fish were rather thick and fresh, proportionally cut. Just like the XO Fish Bee Hoon, portion was generous.Hours after eating, I felt very thirsty and had to constantly keeping the body hydrate, perhaps too much MSG was being added. Overall, I felt that its still worth the taste and visit!View here for more, http://umakemehungry.blogspot.sg/2013/10/xo-fish-noodle.html continue reading
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Level4 2011-05-20
There was a queue at this stall and there was the smell of wine lingering around the stall. We all thought this stall must be good so we ordered two bowls of noodles from them- a bowl of ban mian and a bowl of fish head noodles. The food was absolutely yummy. The pieces of fish head given was quite a handful and the soup was very tasty. The soup was a perfect combination of milk, fish stock and wine. Costing only $3, it was a delicious steal! The bowl of ban mian did not disappoint us too, it was packed with ingredients with lots of vegetables and the noodles were soft too. The aromatic wine smell coming from the stall will entice you to try a bowl of noodles from them even if you have not read this review! continue reading
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