293 Yishun Street 22
Singapore 760293

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Chanced upon this place while searching for some tze char meals for dinner. It was so crowded that we waited for another 30mins for collection despite calling in to order a few hours in advance.

We ordered most of their popular and recommended dishes to try. Although the assam fish head looks spicy, it turned out not as spicy as it looks. The fish head was fresh and the gravy was refreshing without being too sour/spicy.

Hong Kong style pork ribs were wrapped in aluminium foil. The sauce was good and the meat was soft and tender.

Butter prawn with pumpkin is very rich and savoury. We couldn't really taste the pumpkin but we love how it is rich yet not jelak. The prawns were fresh and easy to deshell.

Dried Shrimp with French Bean was on the saltier side but still acceptable if we are to eat it with plain rice. Still tasty and the dried shrimp probably contributed to the saltiness.

Assam Fish Head 》$26
Hong Kong Style Pork Ribs 》$12/small
Butter Prawn with Pumpkin》$25/medium
Dried Shrimp with French Bean 》$9/small

📍 Hau Ji Seafood 有乐天 (豪记) 海鲜 | #01-207

Tender, juicy batang slices are never overcooked with a tasty broth. Not sure why there isn’t much reviews.

Among all that I have tried, this is one of my fave. In this photo, it’s the $5 version with added fish slices of batang. The regular price is only at $4. Batang fishes are expensive even in the market. Give it a try if you are near North Point City!

The dishes from this singular Malay food stall are served in Japanese bowls. The Mee Rebus ($3.50) was served almost filled to the brim of the bowl; very hearty portions. It ticked all the right boxes in terms of components, but sadly lacked a certain Xfactor in its taste that would make me return for. Perhaps a little light handed on the seasoning.

Price: $4
Rating: 2.5/5

This is the changi village hokkien mee at 200+ yishun (i think blk 293??). The standard dropped. It was nice previously when i tried but This time round was disappointing. The dish is not well fried enough to bring out the wokhei robust flavour :( probably coz too many orders during lunchtime so the standard not there...... but i still like the gooey texture!! I prefer the vermicelli (chu mifen) to be thicker though.

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Price: $4.50

Must order with milk!!!! I think this is one of the best in YISHUN. NO JOKE. The soup is nice (altho sometimes i cld taste msg) and the fish is nice too. No need anymore explanation. PLS TRY GUYS.


This was $8 for two to share. Just ok in taste, nothing to shout about.