85 Bedok North Street 4
85 Fengshan Centre
Singapore 460085

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Like their fried carrot cake as they are always generous with their eggs and dark sweet soy sauce. This is the $3 portion, which we think is quite a lot compared to elsewhere! Previously we found that they can be inconsistent at times especially when there are a lot of customers, but this time it was great :) The "charredness" is just right!

We always get a plate of fried oyster from the Bedok 85 Fried Oyster stall, which is near the front of the hawker centre (near the bus stop). You won't miss it because the shop takes up at least two adjacent stalls and you will always see a long queue of people in front of the shop waiting for their takeaway orders! What we like about the fried oyster from this shop is that the pieces of flour are fried until they are really crispy on the outside, and still retain a slight chewy texture on the inside. In our view, this is much better than many stalls which served fried oyster with many pieces of flour without a crispy exterior.

The fried oyster here also comes with a pretty great chilli sauce that goes well with both the oysters and the flour so do be sure to ask the stall for more chilli if you like it, because our experience is that one saucer of chilli usually isn't enough. Oysters are pretty generous as well and for the $6 serving, you can expect around 6 to 8 oysters in your plate.

The queue for fried oyster can be pretty long as well so do be prepared to wait for around 15 minutes after ordering, especially on a weekend!

This is the legendary BCM stall that we will order from every single time we dine at Bedok 85! Do note that the dish differs from the usual BCM that you see in Singapore, which is a dry bowl of noodles. Xing Ji serves the soup version and the do not be deceived by the innocuous-looking bowl of noodles as the soup is full of porky goodness! The $3 dish also comes with a generous serving of Mee kia, along with 5 meatballs and some scattered minced pork in the soup. We also always get the cut red chilli because the slight spice gives the soup even more flavour!

For those of you thinking whether to order from Xing Ji or Seng Hiang (the stall on the right of it), the BCM from both stalls do not taste that much different. However, Seng Hiang gives a lot more minced park in the soup, although we hear that their noodles are slightly more soggy and also tend to have the slight alkaline taste! Nonetheless, both stalls are really popular and you may need to wait for 30 to 45 minutes for your noodles to be delivered, especially on weekends!

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Read many online recommendations for this.

@$12, this portion really big

Stingray also fresh.

The sambal got a hint of curry powder. Sambal very potent, super spicy and very generous with the amount. Finish eating the Stingray already, still have so much sambal leftover.

The onions also overflow.

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Ordered the dry version. Prawns were fresh and pork ribs were tender. The soup served in a separate bowl was sweet and flavorful with a spicy kick. Overall a decent bowl of prawn noodles.

Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodles (01-26)
Fengshan Market & Food Center
Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4
Singapore 460085

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Bedok 85 hawker is always my first hawker choice for dinner, because the bak chor mee soup stalls there are only mostly open at night! I used to eat Ah Poh Minced Meat Noodle during my schooling days (back when there were no food review platforms). It was only when I read more food reviews did I make the switch to XIng Ji Rou Cuo Mian. Having been a loyal fan of Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian for the past 10 years, at every visit to bedok 85 hawker, the same qns will pop up - whether to eat from the left (Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian) or to give the right stall (Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee) a try. So anyway, during this particular visit, the aim was to try Seng Hiang. But upon reaching the hawker centre, I saw a lot more people ordering and eating from Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian and almost wanted to back out. But decided to stick to the intended plan to try Seng Hiang (purple bowl pictured here)

So this is my verdict: Overall, Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian (white bowl) still wins my heart!💗

-Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee’s noodle seemed more soggy and were clumping up just a few seconds after the bowls were served.
-Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee has alot more visible minced meat chunks! As compared to Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian’s where the minced meat is all disintegrated everywhere and I cant really have a mouthful of minced meat at one go to taste it by itself.
-Seng Hiang gave alot more cut chillies than Xing Ji!
-The soup portion given by Seng Hiang seemed a little too little? I finished my soup even before I finished the noodles and pork ball
-Lastly (this point may matter for lazy ppl haha): For Seng Hiang, you are given a buzzer and you will need to self collect the food and balance the tray of hot noodle soup to your table. For Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian, they will deliver the hot noodles right to you!

Price wise, both are the same. Small bowls for $3. For Seng Hiang’s $4 bowl, you get 9 pork balls instead of 5 pork balls. Noodle portions for $3 and $4 bowls seemed pretty much the same.

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