6 Great Places to Satisfy Your White Beehoon Craving in Singapore

6 Great Places to Satisfy Your White Beehoon Craving in Singapore

6 Great Places to Satisfy Your White Beehoon Craving in Singapore


by Yeoh Wee Teck



Food  | 
October 03, 2017


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    Who doesn’t love white beehoon?

    For a while now, Singaporeans have been in love with white beehoon, which is basically rice vermicelli with seafood.

    The former Original Sembawang White Beehoon (now known as White Restaurant) claims to be the originator of the dish and it still serves it .

    But if you want a variety, here are some other options.

    Read more

  • NEW HONG KONG STREET CHUN KEE RESTAURANT

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    NEW HONG KONG STREET CHUN KEE RESTAURANT

    How about a red version of seafood beehoon by New Hong Kong Street Chun Kee Restaurant (20 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Tel: 6463-4155)? It comes with a lot of sambal and chilli padi. The result is a tongue-tingling meal.

    Photo: Yeoh Wee Teck

    (Also read: Top Places For Vegetarian & Vegan Food in Singapore)

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  • XIAN SEAFOOD VILLAGE

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    XIAN SEAFOOD VILLAGE

    Xian Seafood Village (81 Tagore Lane, Tel: 8575-5158) may be deep inside an industrial park, but foodies have been flocking to the Upper Thomson eatery on weekends. One of its most popular dishes is the crab beehoon (from $25) with meaty Sri Lankan crabs. Another popular beehoon dish there is the flower crab beehoon (from $15).

    Photo: Xian Seafood Village

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  • KIM'S PLACE SEAFOOD

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    KIM’S PLACE SEAFOOD

    Kim’s Place Seafood (43 Joo Chiat Place, Tel: 8113-1330) also has a crab beehoon dish called Craypot Crab Bee Hoon (from $75). This is a two-person portion with rice vermicelli cooked in Japanese miso soup.

    Photo: Kim’s Place Seafood

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  • PENANG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

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    PENANG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

    Beehoon is not always thin though. Penang Seafood Restaurant (76, Lorong 25A, Geylang, Tel: 6841-3002) serves the thick version with its asam laksa (from $4.80). The restaurant uses mackerel and the signature spicy-sour fish broth is strong on both counts, so be prepared.

    Photo: Penang Seafood Restaurant

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  • TOP SEAFOOD

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    TOP SEAFOOD

    Top Seafood (Block 128 Bedok North Street 2, Tel: 8112-2521) draws a steady crowd over the week, especially at dinner time. So many of its dishes are good but its white beehoon, which is named Singapore Bee Hoon (from $5), is worth checking out. Always perfectly cooked, the vermicelli has a savoury sauce and lots of fried pork lard on top (you might want to skip that).

    Photo: Yeoh Wee Teck

    Read more

  • SUM KEE FOOD

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    SUM KEE FOOD

    Sum Kee Food (19 Yung Ho Road, Tel: 6873-3069) serves a homely pig trotter beehoon ($18). Braised pork is always comforting, so this is ideal on a cool day.

    Photo: Sum Kee Food

    (Also read: 8 Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore We Love)

    A version of this article first appeared on www.tnp.sg on September 7, 2017, with the headline “The hottest white beehoon in town”.

    Read more


Who doesn’t love white beehoon?

For a while now, Singaporeans have been in love with white beehoon, which is basically rice vermicelli with seafood.
The former Original Sembawang White Beehoon (now known as White Restaurant) claims to be the originator of the dish and it still serves it .
But if you want a variety, here are some other options.

NEW HONG KONG STREET CHUN KEE RESTAURANT

How about a red version of seafood beehoon by New Hong Kong Street Chun Kee Restaurant (20 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Tel: 6463-4155)? It comes with a lot of sambal and chilli padi. The result is a tongue-tingling meal.
Photo: Yeoh Wee Teck
(Also read: Top Places For Vegetarian & Vegan Food in Singapore)

XIAN SEAFOOD VILLAGE

Xian Seafood Village (81 Tagore Lane, Tel: 8575-5158) may be deep inside an industrial park, but foodies have been flocking to the Upper Thomson eatery on weekends. One of its most popular dishes is the crab beehoon (from $25) with meaty Sri Lankan crabs. Another popular beehoon dish there is the flower crab beehoon (from $15).
Photo: Xian Seafood Village

KIM’S PLACE SEAFOOD

Kim’s Place Seafood (43 Joo Chiat Place, Tel: 8113-1330) also has a crab beehoon dish called Craypot Crab Bee Hoon (from $75). This is a two-person portion with rice vermicelli cooked in Japanese miso soup.
Photo: Kim’s Place Seafood

PENANG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

Beehoon is not always thin though. Penang Seafood Restaurant (76, Lorong 25A, Geylang, Tel: 6841-3002) serves the thick version with its asam laksa (from $4.80). The restaurant uses mackerel and the signature spicy-sour fish broth is strong on both counts, so be prepared.
Photo: Penang Seafood Restaurant

TOP SEAFOOD

Top Seafood (Block 128 Bedok North Street 2, Tel: 8112-2521) draws a steady crowd over the week, especially at dinner time. So many of its dishes are good but its white beehoon, which is named Singapore Bee Hoon (from $5), is worth checking out. Always perfectly cooked, the vermicelli has a savoury sauce and lots of fried pork lard on top (you might want to skip that).
Photo: Yeoh Wee Teck

SUM KEE FOOD

Sum Kee Food (19 Yung Ho Road, Tel: 6873-3069) serves a homely pig trotter beehoon ($18). Braised pork is always comforting, so this is ideal on a cool day.
Photo: Sum Kee Food
(Also read: 8 Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore We Love)
A version of this article first appeared on www.tnp.sg on September 7, 2017, with the headline “The hottest white beehoon in town”.