85 Redhill Lane
#01-40 Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre
Singapore 150085

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11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

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Quite a good plate of satay bee hoon for only $4. Satay sauce was fragrant and delicious. Ingredients such as cuttlefish, bean curd and pork liver was big and soft.

Be sure to give your noodles a good toss to get every strand evenly coated in the peanut sauce. The peanut smell was quite strong, even from a distance.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/bak-kee-teochew-satay-bee-hoon/

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Simple dish of bee hoon with boiled cuttlefish, pork liver, lean slices of pork, kangkong and dried beancurd (tau pok) in satay sauce.
Very tasty and satisfying
Price: $4 (Small)

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Satay Bee Hoon
Always been a fan of satay bee hoon but it is not a common dish found at hawkers and even after finding one, I seldom find a good one. This plate from Bak Kee Teochew Satay Bee Hoon at redhill market makes the mark with its generous amount of ingredients (especially the cuttlefish) and its thick satay sauce slathered all over the bee hoon.

Since “Meng Kee Satay Beehoon” at East Coast Lagoon Food Village closed a few years ago, I have not come across another stall‘s satay beehoon that I really like. So when Derrick (@sgfoodonfoot on Instagram), a trusted foodie friend, recommended a stall at Redhill Food Centre, I decided to give it a try.
Yup, I would agree “Bak Kee Teochew Satay Beehoon” is one of the better versions out there now.
$5 gets you a generous portion of thin rice noodles, “tau pok”, pork, pig’s liver, “jui her” (cuttlefish), tiny cockles, a few strands of kangkong and beansprouts smothered in a smooth, spicy peanut sauce. Unlike Meng Kee’s that cut their ingredients quite thin and fine, Bak Kee’s is big and chunky (almost a bit too much for me personally but I’m just biased because most people seem to prefer that). It has to be said their sauce is really good though - it’s fragrant, has the perfect consistency, a well-balanced complexity and an appealing orange-coloured chilli oil that gives the dish a very appetising appearance.
Whether you like satay beehoon or have yet to give it a try, I suggest checking out this stall.


Big breakfast after a morning run 🏃🏻‍♀️ My mum occasionally tabao (buys home) the Satay Bee Hoon from this stall but I’d have to say it’s waaaaay better having it freshly prepared 😋 The bee hoon soaks up every bit of that savory peanuty curry gravy 👌🏻