Monday, March 9, 2020

Changi Lorong 108 Fei Lao Seafood at Bedok North

I have heard so much of this Horfun and so, made an effort to travel all the way to the east for lunch. The coffee shop was quite quiet when I was there. I heard they were really famous at one time when Fei Lao was still around at Changi Lorong 108. They were famous for their charcoal fried horfun at that time. They stopped using charcoal after moving to the current location as restricted by the National Environmental Agency (NEA). Fei Lao has since passed away bringing along his 40 years of wok skills. The stall is taken over by his nephew.


It was good though wok hei was not as distinctive as I expected it to be. This might be the only horfun that is serving with pork liver. It used to be a common ingredient for horfun but most have stopped doing so. Overall, it was tasty and memorable, this is definitely one of the special ones but though I still prefer the eggy horfun by Hoy Yong Seafood Restaurant at Clementi a little more. Nonetheless, the search for a good horfun is still on.


I also ordered the Fried Rice to share which I actually enjoyed but my dining companion did not think much of it. I think they have done it well, nicely seasoned with a slight smokiness, this is a much better Fried Rice as compared to most. 


I wanted to order Prawn Paste Chicken but I was told that they only serve the normal fried chicken mid-wings. My dining companion said, "I won't actually pay for normal chicken wings at cze cha stall." It does make sense.


I am likely to drop by again if I happen to be in the vicinity.


CHANGI LORONG 108 FEI LAO SEAFOOD
Block 86 Bedok North Street 4 #01-165 SINGAPORE 460086
Operating Hours: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm / 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm (Closed on Tuesdays)

4 comments:

  1. Nowadays you seldom blog.

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  2. I did not eat out much recently put in mind of the virus situation.

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  3. Right. However, it seems the whole country has put the episode behind. Just look at the malls.

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  4. https://www.facebook.com/yangmingseafood.bishan/

    Try this one. I went to eat again this afternoon to make sure the standard is consistent. It is full of wok hei.

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