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Moonlight Hor Fun

$5.00 · 43 Reviews

House special.
Raw egg w Hor Fun.
Resembles the moon, the raw egg gives the hor fun a luxurious coating when mixed.
Full of Wok Hei, this comes w seafood & lap cheong
All time favourite.
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Coffee Ribs.
Another house special dish.
Sweet w bitter aftertaste of the espresso used to marinate the ribs.
Tender, crispy, aromatic, seductively flavourful.
No regrets having this.
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Tried and proven! I will always bring friends here for a good eat!
Highlight: Moonlight Hor Fun. Deep Wok Hei aroma, smoky with every bite! Egg to be mixed thoroughly upon serving so that it glazes the ingredients surrounding it. 🔸
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📍Keng Eng Kee Seafood, 124 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-136, Singapore 150124

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Maybe it was the busy crowd or maybe it was that strange cold spell in Singapore during mid-Dec...but the dish didn't serve up as piping hot as usual and that's why it wouldn't get 5 stars.

Moonlight Hor Fun is one of their signature dishes. A small plate costs you $6 which slightly on the high side for zhi char stalls though you hardly find any places offering you seafood stuff at $4 anymore. While we weren't expecting a hor fun with dark soy sauce, it was quite tasty with very strong wok hei. It was not too dry nor oily either.

Overall, it is decent but wasn't wow.

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Coffee Pork Ribs.
Fragrant, flavourful. Espresso is used to coat the ribs.
Crowd & Personal favourite
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Moonlight Hor Fun.
Full choke of wok hei. The raw egg coating the hor fun, giving it moisture & luxe.
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Green Dragon Vegetable with Deep fried Sakura Ebi.
A simple vegetable stir fried with garlic, topped with crunchy Sakura Ebi.
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Braised Fish Head.
Not the prettiest for IG.
The fish head is lighted covered with flour, deep fried, soaking the gravy, giving the fish head a layer of starchy protection.
The side ingredients include roasted pork belly, beancurd, onions, capsicum & more.
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Compliments from Wok in Burger @wokinburger.
A tray of fries & chicken wings.
Thank you @chefzwayne_
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Preserved beancurd with kangkong.
Personal favourite. Fragrant & salty. Love it or hate it.
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Having enjoyed this eatery’s famous Moonlight Hor Fun on a previous visit, I wanted to try something else for our meal-closing noodles, which is how the Fried Mee Sua ended up on our table.
Light and a little fluffy, the strands of noodles were suffused with “wok hei” and a rich flavour. Obviously, whatever stock Chef Wayne splashes on during the cooking process was of a superior kind. The amount of “liao” (ingredients: prawns, pork, squid and egg) thrown in was also impressive. It hit the ideal noodle-to-“liao” ratio for me, which means I never had a bite where it was mee sua and mee sua only.

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Back at its home base, the crowd will stream in nonstop especially during peak hours and the must-order is their Moonlight Hor Fun ($6). Think wok hei filled kway teow that’s stir fried with seafood and served with a raw egg in the middle for diners to mix in before feasting. The addition of the egg gives it a creamy finish and it makes slurping an even more enjoyable action.
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Keng Eng Kee Seafood
Address: 124, Bukit Merah Lane 1, Unit 01-136, Singapore 150124
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Not usually a hor fun person but this is just amazingly good! Must-try!

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Book a table in advance at this popular Bukit Merah zi char spot that is great for celebrations with friends. Get their signature Moonlight Hor Fun (from $7) that sees flat rice noodles fried with squid and lap cheong, and topped with a fresh raw egg yolk begging to be mixed in. Also good is their Salted Egg Crab ($60) with delicious gravy that you'll want to mop up with their Steamed Man Tou ($6 for 6 pieces). Complete your meal with the Mingzhu Roll ($2 per roll) and the Coffee Pork Ribs ($8). Since it's a celebration, bring your own wine (corkage at $5 per bottle!) to pair with the food!
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