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From the Burpple community

So as you would have known Yong Huat didn’t close down on 31 August as planned. They’ve found an apprentice to take over the wok while auntie is there to supervise. Uncle will be back once he recovers from his surgery.

They do three items here - fried mee sua ($5/7/9), fried Hokkien mee ($5/7/9) and char kway teow ($5/7/9). I’ve tried their char kway teow and so I went for their legendary fried mee sua.

The fried mee sua is fried with some eggs and served with a good amount of prawns, fish cake, pork belly and chye sim (choy sum).

After waiting for nearly an hour, I was excited to tuck into the dish (after the camera has eaten). But I was slightly disappointed by the taste of this dish. It lacked the wok hei (smoky) flavour which I very much enjoy in my fried rice and noodles dishes. Maybe because there’s a long wait. Flavour wise, it tasted a bit bland for my liking as there wasn’t much seasoning in it. Add some sambal for good measure.

It’s nice that there’s fried lard bits on the side but I wished it was slightly greasier (a bit too healthy). Overall, it was decent but not worth the long wait.

But we gotta give the new guy time to hone up his skills and master the art of frying. It’s not something that happens overnight but I believe it’ll be Terryfic 👍🏻 in time to come.

Spring roll $3
Grilled pork $7.5 (200g)
Braised pork $5 (honestly.. so worth it because it comes w vege :D) Easties.. if u ever want thai food now u know where to go

It was delicious, the noodles were flavorful and had just the right amount of wetness that leaves craving for another mouthful. Yes to wet hokkien mee! It was well-seasoned and not overly salty as some hokkien mee out there, but I wished they had more pieces of sotong and had a slightly bigger plate so I dont have to feel that my noodles were escaping onto the table.

Do come before or after the lunch crowd as I waited for 20 min before this plate arrived.


For people working around this area, their breakfast set is cheaper than Toast Box / Heavenly wang. $3.80 + $0.20 takeaway charge. They give 2 slices of toast unlike Toastbox who cut one into halves.


Gotta love the plentiful crispy tiny pork lard that speckles the noodles so amazingly once mixed in.

Every speckle a crunch
Every speckle a burst of fragrance

It’s also altogether saucey with the noodles carrying a light lace of wok hey 🙌🏻👌🏻

The broth can definitely get a little prawny and robust for that perfect hokkien mee oomph.

The generous pork lard definitely carried this dish hahhaa


A blend of grilled eggplant, lemon juice, Yoghurt, Tahini and garlic topped with olive oil served with flat bread

I’d like to think that’s the description of healthy food right there? Which tastes delicious too; the packet of flat bread that came with it might seem too thin to be filling initially but was definitely not the case because the compact slices of flour goodness left me satiated.

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