Thursday, July 25, 2019

Bishan 120 Economic Bee Hoon : a breakfast choice

A friend told me about this stall, this was the only stall that opened in the quiet coffee shop when I went for an early lunch. I decided to have Fried Bee Hoon with Fried Chicken Wing and Ngor Hiang. I requested to have extra chilli to go along. The Fried Bee Hoon was nicely executed, flavorful and not too greasy, simple yet tasty. Fried bee hoon has always been a beloved local choice for breakfast. This humble noodle dish that consists of stir-fried vermicelli, commonly known as bee hoon as its main ingredient, is seemingly simple, it still requires the right cooking technique to cook it well. The Ngor Hiang was forgettable though and the Fried Chicken Wing failed to impress.


I left the plate on the table and walked over to the drink counter to order an Iced Coffee.  There was an Uncle stood beside the table when I returned. He said, in English, "There was a bird trying to eat your bee hoon and I came over to chase it away." I smiled and said, "Thank you." He then walked away and joined his friends at a table nearly. 


BISHAN 120 ECONOMIC BEE HOON
Block 120 Bishan Street 12 SINGAPORE 570120

4 comments:

  1. You didn't try the peanut porridge?

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  2. I was alone so I didn't try but I went over to Block 112, their fried horfun has finished.

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  3. 112 the wanton mee also good, very old school. the chicken rice also not bad. the white chicken sold out very fast. the bak chor mee is okay. the rest of the stores at 112 always rotate due to poor business.

    https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/food/well-sauced-oodles-of-comfort

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