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Taking over the old premises of the famous Meng Kee Satay Bee Hoon, Mdm Ye dishes out the Indonesian styled satay bee hoon. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-19
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This is my loving satay beehoon stall in East Coast...it got a thick texture gravy and not spicy or sweet the taste is just nice,everytime i drop by and will visit this stall only.and it got lots of ingredients and they are very nice to eat it,i do recommended many of my friends from overseas to taste this famous Satay beehoon.so,do come and have a taste of it.sure you will love it once you try it. continue reading
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Level3 2013-05-27
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Not long ago, the owners of the legendary Meng Kee Satay Bee Hoon were selling their recipe for S$200,000 due to health issues and believe it or not, more than 10 parties including a local food group, have expressed their interest. Now taken over by 17 Satay Bee Hoon and as it name suggests sell the similar dish made using a completely different recipe (which the owner, Mrs Ye shared that it has a history of more than 30 years in Indonesia). Debates sparked naturally, saying the new owner is riding on Meng Kee's established fame and reputation.But you know what? As a hungry cyclist who had just finished his tiring cardio, I am not that interested in all the gastronomical politics. Oh by the way, haven't did I try Meng Kee's satay bee hoon before.Over the years, the Chinese-Malay fusion dish has gained much popularity with the younger crowds with its savoury flavour and an abundance of textures consisting of cuttlefish, bean sprouts, prawns, cockles and vermicelli, completed with a huge scoop of the deciding factor - the crunchy and thick satay peanut sauce.I am not a fan of satay bee hoon, but this dish did impress me. Considering the price tag of S$4 at a laidback tourist attraction, the portion is more than expected with a generous serving of every component. The star of the dish was never less than satisfying, although it packed a lesser crunch than the others I had before. Nonetheless, I bet you would savour(lick) the remaining gravy off the plate soonafter. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-30
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Surprise suprise there's always a long queue but there isn't today so want to give it a try. White springy rice vermicelli coated with thick peanut sauce. Generous serving of airy tau pok, crunchy cuttlefish, thin pork slices and kang kong. Delishy! Just take note sometimes it may be hard to find seats here, so it's a plus to have a companion to help you get reserve a seat first. Summon officer also on the ball. make sure you put your coupons if you drive. continue reading
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