My dad bought back a pack of dry hor fun beehoon at $5 which is considered quite big a portion and reasonably priced as compared to other coffeeshops in the same area.
I love the taste of hor fun, the darker the better it is. But not too dry. Although the hor fun here is not very dark, but it still taste good. Thus I think the preparation of hor fun is quite important. The proportion of oil and sauce used in cooking the hor fun has to be just the right quasi. This depends on the chef. In my opinion, a nice hor fun will be those having smooth surface and taste slippery in your mouth because of that.
Not much of beehoon and you can see that the beehoon is not properly cooked, probably because they never soak it enough in water to soften it before cooking. And the ingredients are mainly slices of fishcakes, meat and vegetables in small amount.
Date of Visit: Jun 26, 2013
Keep it up!