1 Thomson Road
#01-326 Balestier Hill Shopping Centre
Singapore 300001

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Worst Tze chat ever!
Prawn chicken is extremely dry!
The beef horfun is not even top 10 on my list!
Beef horfun is sweet.
Prepare to be chop also…exorbitant prices!
The 3 small horfun, 1 small beancurd claypot, 1 small sweet sour pork and mid prawn paste chicken cost $62!!!

📍Bee Kia Restaurant!

I have known this place since 3 years ago while looking for food around the Novena area, but never got around to try it as it was too far a walk away from office area; not near MRT; and not along the way of my direction to home. Finally tried it during Phase 2 (HA) period! Haha what the irony!

Decided to finally give it a go after seeing people post about it on the hawker heroes FB group. And the plus point about this place - can call ahead to give orders and just go there to collect! They dont have a menu, but you can google / scroll through IG or burpple to see what others are ordering to have a sense of what they sell!

Food that my family tried:
-Har Cheong Gai (prawn paste chicken) ($10 version): This was supposedly the HIGHLIGHT. They are known for this chicken wings and beef hor fan. While it was good, i thought the prawn paste taste could be even more pronounced. So far, the best prawn paste chicken are the ones at Yishun Park Hawker Ah Tan chicken wings.

-Beef Hor Fan (small): Reserve my comments for this as I am not really a beef eater. But my family members enjoyed it!

-Seafood bean paste hor fan (medium): Fret not if you dont take beef, because there are non-beef options for all items as well. Be very specific to order the BLACK BEAN SAUCE horfan for this, if not you may end up with the typical lighter hue hor fan, which is not what you want. Haha up till now, i still cant pronounce the chinese words for BLACK BEAN SAUCE. It just doesnt go into my brain lol

-Fried rice (medium): Load up with carbs! I think there are many different types of fried rice, but we specifically got the ones with prawns and char siew!

The real deal, full of fermented funk and shrimpy succulence. Crispy on the outside and juicy within, they use all the chicken parts here, not just the wings and drummettes. Come for their famous beef horfun, but stay for the prawn paste chicken.

Taste: 4/5

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This old school coffee shop at the crossroads of Balestier and Novena is a hidden gem, dishing out simple yet flavour-packed tze char dishes. Abandon ye all notions of healthy eating here, for this fried rice is cancer-level smoky, greasy and salty enough to raise your blood pressure by 50 points. Delightfully sinful, the fluffy grains of rice are chockful of tender beef slices and crunchy beansprouts, and I absolutely recommend topping it up with an oozy, crispy fried egg.

Taste: 3.5/5

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With egg and rice.
排骨王饭加蛋
The signature dish of savoury sweet sour pork, double plate.
Satisfying experience on this round of re-visitation.
From Bee Kia.

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From Bee Kia
砂煲伊面
Simple single portion of claypot braised yee mee.
Pretty good actually.

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