Are you one of the many Singaporeans who love to try every food trend? Well, you’ll need to know that white beehoon will be the next trend.
From café hunting to roti prata hunting, we Singaporeans still have a little something for our own local food. White Beehoon, first made popular in Sembawang, is now sold almost everywhere in Singapore. Seafood white hoon, or crab whiteboon, this dish has its own unique taste that we just can’t resist. Here are the 8 best white beehoon in Singapore for you to try it all!
Xian Seafood Lala Beehoon
Xian Seafood Lala Beehoon is ideal for those who likes to try a variety of ingredients. Patrons can opt to choose from a selection of seafood for their white beehoon, and this is also great for group dining. Their signature Crayfish white beehoon comes with sweet pork bone and seafood broth. Isn’t that enough to make you drool yet?
Block 304, Ubi Ave 1, #01-103, Singapore 400304
Mon to Sun: 11am – 3pm, 5pm – 9.30pm
Woon Woon Pek Beehoon
Located at the east, Woon Woon Pek Beehoon dedicates their stall to selling only white beehoon (you know what they specialize in!) They also offer various types of seafood for patrons to choose from to accompany their beehoon at an additional cost, such as lala, crayfish, sliced fish and flowercrab.
#01-52, Changi Village Hawker Centre, Blk 2, Changi Village Road, Singapore 500002
Tue to Sun: 11am to 9pm. Closed on Mondays.
Golden Spoon seafood
Golden Spoon offers a slightly different version of the white beehoon. As compared to some white beehoon with a light and sweet broth, Golden Spoon’s broth is a thick creamy texture due to an added egg.
Blk 703, Hougang Ave 2, Singapore, 53070
Mon to Sun: 11am – 11pm
Jin Hock Seafood
Jin Hock Seafood, located at the East side, is popular for its seafood. Even though their white beehoon doesn’t appear on the menu, go ahead and order. Their white beehoon comes with lots of cuttlefish for the added texture and flavour.
#01-131, Blk 844, Tampines Street 82, Singapore 520844
1pm to 12midnight daily
Famous JB Firewokz
Tucked away at industrial area in Bukit Batok Crescent (if you’re in that area, try the popular mookata too!), this new zichar stall has already established a loyal customer base. The seafood white beehoon comes with sliced fish, prawns and squid, but is only priced at an affordable $4.
Block 21, Bukit Batok Crescent, WCEGA Tower, #02-01, Singapore 658065
Mon to Sat: 11am – 4pm, 5pm – 10pm
East Seafood White Beehoon
East seafood sells a less salty version of white beehoon if you prefer yours that way. Their beehoon are wok-charred before cooking with the broth for more taste and texture.
210 Toa Payoh Lorong 8, #01-06, Singapore 310210
Tue to Sun: 3.30pm to 9pm. Closed on Mondays.
Blessing Seafood White Beehoon
Blessing seafood started off at the Old Airport food centre under a different name. So if you find the same taste, you know where it was from! Their big prawns are fresh and firm, and the beehoon also gives a great tangy texture.
Block 104, Yishun Ring Road, #01-139, Chong Pang Market & Food Centre, Singapore 760104
Tues to Sun: 10am – 10pm. Closed on Mondays.
Sunny seafood offers white beehoon with fried fish fillets, prawns and squids. Despite the fried fish, the soup is light and non-greasy. Their ingredients are fresh and the dish is well-balanced with their tender fried fish.
#01-69, Blk 85 Redhill Lane, Redhill Food Centre, Singapore 150085
11am to 9pm daily.
Featured image: aromacookery.com
This article was first published on goodyfeed.com
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