Queue-worthy seafood white bee hoon stalls around Singapore
From lobster Hokkien mee to seafood prawn mee steamboat, there’s just something so scrumptious about noodles paired with seafood. And thanks to the seafood white bee hoon craze, more stalls have sprouted up all over Singapore with their own take of the hearty fare. At $4.50, you can easily find a satisfying plate of bee hoon zhnged with seafood and sweet broth that has been kissed by the breath of the wok. Here are 9 places around Singapore to get your hands on seafood white bee hoon.
1. Seafood White Bee Hoon
Seafood White Bee Hoon offers a variety of seafood to go with bee hoon, and highly recommended is their Seafood White Beehoon with Abalone ($25 for two people). It comes with three plump mini abalones, clams, and prawns. The broth here is naturally sweetened by the generous addition of Chinese cabbage, which also lends a nice crunch to the soft white noodles. The chef stir-fries the seafood before adding the stock, bringing about a hint of smokiness to the entire plate.
Address: Blk 628 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4, #01-49, Ang Mo Kio 628 Food Centre, Singapore 560628
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11:30am to 2pm, 4pm to 8pm
2. Chun Kee Seafood White Bee Hoon
Chun Kee Seafood White Bee Hoon sets itself apart from other seafood white bee hoon stalls by offering a spicy version that will set your mouth on fire. A terrific agreement of flavours, the Red Beehoon ($5) comes with deshelled prawns, squid, vegetables, sambal, chilli padi, and a generous serving of eggs. The eggs give the piquant broth a pleasant creaminess we can’t resist.
Check out our full review of Chun Kee Seafood White Bee Hoon!
Address: 20 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599744
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 11pm
Tel: 6463 4155
3. Hong Yun Seafood
Hong Yun Seafood offers a dry version of seafood white bee hoon instead of the soupy one we are so accustomed to. With just one glance of the dish, you can tell they are not stingy with their ingredients. The fluffy bee hoon is fully covered with prawns, leafy kai lan, pork slices, QQ sotong, egg, and a smattering of crunchy pork lard. At $4.50 a plate, this colourful plate of noodles renders a trip down with your kakis ASAP.
Address: 124 Toa Payoh Lorong 1, #01-459, Singapore 310124
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 1:30pm, 5pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 8463 8011
4. Xing Lou Seafood White Bee Hoon
Easily accessible to shoppers in town, Xing Lou Seafood White Bee Hoon is one of my favourite places to get my seafood white bee hoon craving settled. I’ve seen many stalls in food courts selling their own take of seafood white bee hoon, but countless come short in terms of quality and taste. At $12, the beehoon comes with two whole crayfish, clams, and prawns, and is best shared with a friend. The stock is salty and sweet at the same time, while the bee hoon is soft and absorbs the addictive broth well.
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #B4-03, ION Orchard, Food Opera, Singapore 238801
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am to 10pm
5. East Seafood White Mee Hoon
A true fan of seafood white bee hoon can easily tell the one served at East Seafood White Mee Hoon and the rest apart. East Seafood White Mee Hoon serves theirs in a darker broth. For only $5, you have enough to fill two small eaters if they finish the soup till the last drop – which they will. You can taste both the sweetness from the seafood and the smokiness from the char of the wok, making this one of the more flavourful seafood white bee hoon of the lot.
Address: 210 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, #01-48, Toa Payoh Lorong 8 Food Centre, Singapore 310210
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 3pm to 9pm
Tel: 8715 1087
6. Joyous Seafood White Bee Hoon
For a more satisfying sliced fish fare, order the Lala Sliced Fish White Bee Hoon ($5) from Joyous Seafood White Bee Hoon. The plate of bee hoon first caught my eye because of how thick and fresh the slices of fish looked. They are also generous with the clams, which add a sweet tang to the the stock that has a strong garlic taste and is peppered with smaller bits of pork lard.
Address: Blk 724 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, #01-30, Ang Mo Kio Central Food Centre, Singapore 560724
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 8:30pm
7. Prosperity Seafood White Bee Hoon
Located at Bukit Timah, Prosperity Seafood White Bee Hoon boasts a lighter version of the popular fare. Their Sliced Fish and Lala Bee Hoon ($5) comes with fish, lala, Chinese cabbage, and a plenty of pork lard. The seafood stock has a cleaner taste than other stalls’, and I never fail to crave for this whenever I’m feeling under the weather.
Address: 116 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #02-182, Bukit Timah Food Centre, Singapore 588172
Opening hours: Fri-Wed 11am to 10pm, Thur 2pm to 10pm
8. Famous JB Firewokz
Surrounded by warehouses, Famous JB Firewokz is a well-hidden gem in the West and is relatively quiet on most days. Here, $5 gives you a plate of saucy white bee hoon, vegetables, egg, prawns, squid, and fish. The stall also serves up zi char dishes, and is a great place for the family to feast at.
Address: 21 Bukit Batok Crescent, Level 1, WCEGA TOWER, Singapore 658065
Opening hours: Sun-Mon 5pm to 11pm, Tue-Sat 11am to 11pm
Tel: 8382 9206
9. White Restaurant
Good news for Westies! White Restaurant has opened a branch at IMM. Contested as one of the #OGs of seafood white bee hoon, their version definitely doesn’t disappoint. The entire dish is well-seasoned and flavourful, as if a broth of chicken and seafood was simmered for days. When I’m famished, this $6++ plate of bee hoon is always something I crave for.
Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, #02-24, IMM, Singapore 609601
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
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Seafood white bee hoon lovers unite!
Some prefer their seafood white bee hoon to be clean and smooth, while others prefer theirs to be thick with flavour and starchy. Whichever team you are, gather a posse of seafood white bee hoon lovers and go on a food hunt together with this list of 9 places under your belt.
If you’re a fan of all things seafood, you can also check out these unique lobster dishes, or these next-level prawn mee!
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