748 Yishun Street 72
#01-212
Singapore 760748

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00am

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00am

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Recently, we were reminded by a friend that such a place still exists for some tasty Heng Hua food at coffeeshop prices.
Be it the classic Heng Hua dry Beehoon or wet Lor Mee, they definitely delivered in authenticity and flavours. Their extensive menu offered many appealing dishes to check out.
While their Prawn Rolls may not be the type with delicate ingredients; they had a homely kinda nostalgia especially with the thicker fluffy batter. The deep fried sliced fish could be better if it was crispier though.
The last time we ate here was more than 5 years ago but their standards have still be as consistent. No classy setup but they delivered the flavours at affordable prices. No doubt why it was still full house when we visited past 830pm earlier tonight.

Cheap and good!!

Prefer the lor mee over the mee sua. Lychee sweet and sour pork, fish are good.

Be prepared to queue, quite a lot of people but relatively small area. They are located below a hdb and is non-air conditioned. Worth a try though!

Part of the 6 dishes + free dessert set meal we have ordered for 6 pax ($108 if I'm not wrong).

Delicious and affordable henghua dishes!! Would totally recommend this place, but would be better if you make a reservation as it's really crowded. It's under one of those HDB blocks & has the entire 'coffeeshop' to itself.

Other dishes that I've tried include the lychee sweet & sour pork, fried squirrel fish with mango, herbal prawns, fried henghua beehoon etc.

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At $4.50 each, these two dishes provided far more satisfaction than I had imagined! I loved the lor mee broth that was thick and sweet, packed full of the goodness of the seafood ingredients (clams, prawns, squid).

I personally liked the fried mee sua more as I found it tastier (but that’s just me, my taste buds favour the heavier tasting foods). If only there was more fried pork belly!!

Overall, Heng Hua restaurant is an unassuming eatery to visit for simple, comforting Heng Hua cuisine, which may remind you of your mother’s home cooked food. While it pales in comparison to the Michelin star awarded Putien, what’s not to love with these budget-friendly prices?? I will be sure to visit again to try the honey coated yam slices that I loveeeee.

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