844 Tampines Street 82
Singapore 520844

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12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

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Interesting dish w 2 types of horfun - the deep fried and the normal kind! Was good, we enjoyed it. Lala was v plump and sweet. I liked the deep-fried horfun soaked in sauce for a bit so that it's not dry, but still retains that crunch. Normal horfun was not bad, had some wokhei! Sauce was starchy but flavourful, had a nice seafoody 鲜甜 flavour from the lala. Veg was fresh and not overcooked! The only other place I've had deep-fried horfun was at enjoy eating house, and both this and enjoy’s versions were good.

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An interesting dish that very few places make. On top of standard horfun they deep-fry more horfun. This is the smallest size, because I assume any smaller it's not worth the effort. It's really good, I enjoyed it thoroughly. Maybe it's the clams, but the gravy was delicious, so it's even better there's so much of it.

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Hidden gem in tampines - good quality zichar at decent prices. Check out their white bee hoon, yam ring which is quite thick and solid, interesting double fried hor fun (never eaten this before) and duck crepes! All pretty good dishes for a coffeeshop zi char!

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This dish is another must-order and we will return here just for this dish! Not only was the beancurd perfectly fried, giving it a nice exterior, the interior remained soft and silky. This was then topped with a delightful mix of minced meat and braised mushrooms. The best part was that there was so much meat to cover the entirety of the two large pieces of tofu.


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Wow, wow, wow. One of the best garlic pork dishes we have ever eaten. There was so much finesse to this dish. Garlic bulbs were fried whole, which allows you to scoop the soft flesh out (if you so desire). There were also thin garlic chips which were super crispy. But the star of the dish was no doubt the fried pork belly, which was perfumed with the garlic and was so fragrant. The batter was also extremely thin, which makes you go back for more and more.

A Must-Order!


Jin Hock Seafood is tucked away in a kopitiam in Tampines where they whip up familiar zi char fare with a twist. Their bestselling Double Flavoured Hor Fun ($15) tops off regular hor fun with a deep-fried version. And an awesome side I rec you pair that with is their Crispy Deep Fried Pork with Garlic ($12), which is battered pieces of pork, and cloves of deep-fried garlic. It sounds pretty straightforward, but your first bite into a piece of pork is full of umami goodness. It's crispy on the outside, with a distinct, garlicky fragrance. Inside, it is tender, juicy, and very deliciously fatty. The garlic cloves are neither pungent nor dry after deep-frying. With their house-made belacan that is tangy, and a little spicy, this side dish would go well with rice too. If you can’t get enough of it though, Jin Hock Seafood sells larger portions at $18 and $24.