237 Geylang Road
Lorong 9 Geylang
Singapore 389296

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Thursday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

Friday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

Saturday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

Sunday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

Monday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

Tuesday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

Wednesday:
04:30pm - 02:30am

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From the Burpple community

$10 (small)

$14 (for 2 pax)
Has a slight charred taste, but nothing fantastic

Back in old days, people would come here for their famous beef horfun. Over the years, it seems like getting lesser and lesser supports; with many people saying their consistency has fallen.

Came on weekend lunch time, and surprisingly I’m the only customer in the shop; with all the seats are left empty.

The price also increased throughout the years, with the smallest plate priced at $8 now. I would say the portion is definitely smaller as compared to the past (based on those photos I found online).

Because I never been here before, so I couldn’t compare the taste with their past. But it is still taste wok hey enough for me. Their beef slices are tender and drenched in thick gravy. But I felt it taste a bit too salty for me.

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They say this is michelin recommended 💪

Definitely smooth and slurp worthy in it's black bean sauce glory that isn't too salty. However it's missing that much craved for strong wokhey taste. Beef is soft and they gave us alot too. ($12 goes well for two people)

We ordered the luohan veg, which surprised us because it's $14.

Overall, a hearty meal in the heart of bustling geylang.

Came here to try their famous beef hor fun. The beef is tender and succulent, but the sauce was too salty.

I’ve been meaning to try this famous beef kway teow for really long, and I finally found myself in the area for supper. The broth was really rich and packed with flavour, and the kway teow had a decent wok hei taste. The beef slices were incredibly tender as well, and served to us in a generous portion. My only gripe is that the prices are pretty steep (we paid $14 for a medium plate) and the area isn’t very clean or comfortable to sit around (think: cockroaches running around)

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