Sembawang White Bee Hoon

When I first heard the phrase “White Beehoon”, the first thing that came to my mind was “Isn’t beehoon white in the first place?” I am that technical. Only when I saw the dish for my own eyes then I could understand the famed title, “Sembawang White Beehoon” Tucked away in a little corner of Sembawang, you can spot the queue for You Huak Restaurant from afar during peak periods. It can get as bad as an hour wait. Well, you cannot not order the speciality dish after all the queuing.

You Huak RestaurantThis is a large plate of wholesome goodness. Like hokkien mee, beehoon is cooked with a flavourful and thick gravy with bits of egg. Remember to squeeze the lime provided to inject some tangy and appetizing taste to the dish. The prawn is fresh and the veggies are tender. What more do I need to say about this? If you’re in the north side of Singapore, be sure to queue at this restaurant.

There are other side dishes that you can order along with your white beehoon.

You Huak RestaurantFried Sotong: the oriental version of calamari. These babies taste great with mayonnaise. Forget about the tummy and live the moment.

You Huak RestaurantPrawn Paste Chicken Wings: strong and deep marinade. Every bite brings a savoury taste.

You Huak RestaurantPrawn Omelette: Fluffy, thick and tasty. This is my favourite type of omelette.

You Huak RestaurantSambal Kang Kong: I do not eat spicy food but people never fails to order this there.

You Huak RestaurantNgoh Hiang: bite-size wonders. Crispy on the outside, they are fried to perfection. Do not forget the sweet chilli.

You Huak Restaurant
22 Jalan Tampang
Singapore

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