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14 Economic Bee Hoon Stalls From $0.60 For A Cheap Breakfast Fix

28th November 2023

Best economic bee hoon stalls in Singapore

Economic bee hoon is a staple in our local breakfast scene. We love it for many reasons: its affordability and generous portion; how there’s an array of fried food to pair with the noodles; and the piquant sambal chilli that tops it off. However, not all stalls are ranked equal, with some faring better than the other.

Here are the best fried economic bee hoon stalls you can consider for a sumptuous breakfast!

1. Yan Fried Bee Hoon

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Yan Fried Bee Hoon shot to fame when Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was seen queuing 30 minutes for their signature Fried Chicken Wings ($1.20). Delightfully addictive, the juices of the chicken wing oozes out instantly, as you tear off its crispy skin. The menu has mostly remained unchanged over the past 10 years, with its Fried Bee Hoon ($0.60) being one of the cheapest you can find in Singapore.

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Address: 505 West Coast Drive, Singapore 120505
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8am to 2pm, 4pm to 8pm
Yan Fried Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker and Ngoh Hiang

Economic Bee Hoon - Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker And Ngoh Hiang
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While Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker and Ngoh Hiang sells ngoh hiang and fried fritters in the afternoon, they serve Fried Bee Hoon ($1.30) for ravenous locals in the morning. Most of the sides are fried to a delicate crisp, releasing an ASMR-worthy crunch when you bite into them. Be sure to order their signature Ngoh Hiang ($1.40)! Packed with minced meat and onions, before being seasoned with five-spice powder, this meaty parcel offers a firm and chewy texture at every mouthful.

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Address: 302 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, #01-719, Singapore 680302
Opening hours: Open 24 hours
Tel: 6445 5411
Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker and Ngoh Hiang is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Bai Li Xiang Economic Bee Hoon

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Located near Pioneer MRT Station, Bai Li Xiang Economic Bee Hoon is a popular option among NTU students to satisfy their late-night supper cravings. New batches of food are constantly being prepared, and the food is therefore always served piping hot. Their Bee Hoon ($1) is not too oily and prices here are fairly reasonable, allowing you to comfortably wolf down huge servings.

Address: Blk 651 Jurong West Street 63, 179 Kopitiam, Singapore 640651
Opening hours: Daily 10pm to 5:30am
Tel: 6791 3800
Bai Li Xiang Economic Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. 327 Fried Beehoon

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Nestled within a conclave of HDB estates in Hougang, 327 Fried Bee Hoon is a Michelin-guide-listed stall that instantly impresses. Fried to an inviting coffee brown, their Fried Chicken Thigh is well-seasoned and succulent, and costs only $3.20 with a serving of fried bee hoon. The eatery also serves a good Nasi Lemak ($2) that’s known for its smooth and aromatic coconut rice.

Address: Blk 327 Hougang Avenue 5, #01-156, Kimly Coffeeshop, Singapore 530327
Opening hours: Daily 5am to 11am
Tel: 9758 2693
327 Fried Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Holland V Fried Bee Hoon

Economic Bee Hoon - Holland V. Fried Bee Hoon
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Do not be deceived by the dish’s disorderly appearance; this flavourful fried bee hoon has earned a steadfast following of brekkie lovers over the years. Cooked with self-prepared lard, the vermicelli has a unique savouriness. Be sure to get a good spoonful of their potent sambal, which gives the bee hoon a deliciously spicy touch. Prices start from $2 for fried bee hoon topped with fish fillet, cabbage, and an egg.

Address: 1 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village Market & Food Centre, Singapore 277700
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 6am to 12:30pm
Tel: 9363 4589
Holland V Fried Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon

Economic Bee Hoon - Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon
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What I love most about Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon is their noodles’ overall consistency in quality; the Fried Kway Teow ($1), Fried Noodles ($1) and Bee Hoon ($1) are equally delectable. Their sambal chilli adds a tangy-sweetness to their noodles, with a trace of hae bee and onion. For sides, go for their Chicken Wings ($1.20). The wings are coated in a thin batter, which retains the moisture and juiciness of the chicken.

Address: 417 Yishun Avenue 11, #01-351, Singapore 760417
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 10pm
Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Qi Xiang

Economic Bee Hoon - Qi Xiang
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Qi Xiang is another popular breakfast destination for residents of Ang Mo Kio. Seasoned with dark soya sauce, their Fried Bee Hoon ($0.70) is savoury and aromatic. The beansprouts within the noodle offer a light sweetness, and help reduce the greasiness of the bee hoon. Here, a plate of fried bee hoon, mee goreng, a fried chicken wing, and an egg will only set you back $2.40.

Address: Blk 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-27, Singapore 568226
Opening hours: Fri-Wed 7am to 2pm
Qi Xiang is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Mei Wei

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You’ll want to head down to Mei Wei early as their economic bee hoon is available in limited quantities daily, and their stall closes immediately upon selling out. The bee hoon here is said to be flavourful and well-seasoned, and comes with add-on sides such as chicken wings, otah, fish cakes, ngoh hiang, and spring rolls. Best of all—nothing on the menu is priced above $2. Mei Wei also has tong shui desserts, red bean soup, and Cantonese-style peanut porridge for just $1.40!

Address: Block 13 Old Airport Road, #01-49, Singapore 390013
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 7:30am to 2pm
Mei Wei is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Good Pig Trotters Fried Bee Hoon

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While Good Pig Trotters’ fried bee hoon may be the priciest on the list, it still remains an affordable option below the $5 mark. A plate of $4.50 bee hoon here gets you pre-selected ingredients such as luncheon meat, sunny-side up, fish cake, and crispy pork lard. Consider the stall’s other local dishes too, including their Laksa ($5.50) and similarly priced Minced Meat Fishball Noodles.

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Address: 11 Collyer Quay, #01-108, The Arcade, Singapore 049317
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am to 5pm, Sat 7am to 1pm
Good Pig Trotters Fried Bee Hoon is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Happy Go Nasi

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Located at a cosy coffeeshop near Ranggung LRT Station, Happy Go Nasi is known for their consistently long queues. Expect to queue for up to 30 minutes if you’re visiting during lunchtime. Here, a plate of bee hoon won’t set you back more than $4, and comes with stir-fried cabbage, chicken wings, and ngoh hiang for a simple yet flavourful meal.

Address: 267 Compassvale Link, #01-02, Singapore 540267⁣
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 6:30am to 8:30pm, Sun 6:30am to 2pm
Happy Go Nasi is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. Zhu Jiao Shu Shi

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Zhu Jiao Shu Shi, run by an elderly couple at Tekka Centre, has been dishing out local breakfast staples since the 1980s. The humble menu features staples such as White Bee Hoon ($1.70), Fried Bee Hoon ($1.20), Chee Cheong Fun ($1), Glutinous Rice ($1.50), Peanut Porridge ($1), and a selection of liao, including luncheon meat, fishcakes, and fried eggs. You can also opt to mix your bee hoon with kway teow, or ask for a side of sambal chilli to add a spicy kick to your meal.

Address: 665 Buffalo Road, Singapore 210665
Opening hours: Fri-Wed 8am to 2pm
Zhu Jiao Shu Shi is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. Aunty Yong Economical Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak

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Aunty Yong Economical Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak specialises in the exact two dishes mentioned in their name. Their bee hoon is priced from $3, and comes with add-ons such as chicken wings, Taiwanese sausage, luncheon meat, fish fillet, and eggs. If you still have room for more, consider ordering their fragrant plates of nasi lemak, or get a plate of their popular Chee Cheong Fun ($0.80) to share.

Address: 19 Toh Yi Drive, Singapore 590019
Opening hours: Daily 5:30am to 1pm
Tel: 9625 6563
Aunty Yong Economical Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak is not a halal-certified eatery.

13. Richton Cafe

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Richton Cafe makes sure to fry your Bee Hoon ($1) right after you place your order to ensure the food arrives fresh and hot. Their noodles are fried with garlic for maximum flavour, and come with a dollop of sambal chilli sauce too. You can also customise your meal by adding on extras such as luncheon meat or Taiwanese sausage, available from $1.60. On a side note: Richton Kitchen is also popular for their Curry Chicken Bread ($4.30), Mee Siam ($3.80), and Hot Dog Bun w/ Cheese ($2.50)—if you’re looking to try something different.

Address: 476A Pasir Ris Drive 6, #01-600, Singapore 511476
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 7am to 10pm
Tel: 9388 9150
Richton Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

14. Din Shan Vegetarian

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Located at Tiong Bahru Food Centre, Din Shan Vegetarian serves up vegetarian bee hoon that is loaded with flavour. A plate of economic bee hoon is priced from $3 and comprises white bee hoon, stir-fried cabbage, long beans, mock intestines, mock char siew, and zai er, AKA vegetarian mock geese. Regulars of the stall often praise the noodles’ smoky wok hei and savoury char siew that’s said to be as delicious as the real thing!

Address: 30 Seng Poh Road, #02-14, Tiong Bahru Food Centre, Singapore 168898
Opening hours: Thurs, Sat-Sun 6:30am to 1pm
Tel: 9800 0431
Din Shan Vegetarian is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

Cheap economic bee hoon in Singapore

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Featured image adapted from @jiakmigai, Jokko Prawiro Setia Negara, @jessica.tew.5, Ali Chua, James Teo, and @francislww

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