352 Clementi Avenue 2
Singapore 120352

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05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

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This is what I call Wat Tan Hor Fun 滑旦河粉, the best around my hood.
Location: Hoy Yong Seafood Restaurant, 352 Clementi Ave 2, #01-153, Singapore 120352

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Was in the area and remember seeing a number for posts about this zi char place and their egg hor fun! We got the medium portion, but they do have the small at $6 and large at $15. The portion feels a little smaller than normal medium sizes, but we enjoyed it! Wok hei was pretty strong and ingredients were fresh. Lots of tasty and eggy zhup to go along.

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Wat Tan means silky egg 🥚 . My default dish to order at any Tze char because though this sounds like a simple dish - so many things need to be made right for excellence .

Wok hei ✅
Generous silky egg sauce ✅
Good textured hor fun ✅
Fresh ingredients ✅

The wok hei was missing a little today but still god enough - the generous egg sauce more than made up for that .

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Wow. My favourite dish here.

Have been eating these for years.

So damn good. I always have this here.

It comes with chicken slices as well.


Felt like I was eating a gigantic ngoh hiang.


A must have here at hoy yong. Where they serve some unique dishes that not all zhi char stores have.


Home cooked tze char

Not exactly the most beautifully plated dish but I can Assure you hoy yong gives you taste and value for your ka-Ching ! The toufu is silky smooth and this dish is paired with minced pork and prawn - very unique combination I must say 😍

Scheduled my partner for a colonoscopy so he can’t take spicy stuff - my default choice would be the fiery Ma Po toufu .

Not related to food but for those of you with parents or family with a history of polyps or colon issues or are above age 45 . Please do yourself a favour and schedule your folks for a colonoscopy - I have yet too many testimonies to share about the saving of lives through early detection (sometimes it’s just about a simple day surgery to remove polyps instead of having to deal with them when they become malignant and cancerous )

Back to food 🤤... hoy yong is my all time favourite family tze char place because it is family owned. Taste the food and you know the integrity that they have as opposed to commercialised stalls out there . I have since decided not to dine at kok Sen ( which used to be my favourite ) after dining there for the last 10 years because they are simply too hyped up now and the food is too commercialised I feel.

From hoy yong - they their hot favourites like their silky egg horfun ( which I Prefer over kok sen’s ).
It has a good wok hei but isn’t oily or greasy - really takes some skill for that 🤗

Their other nice items are the steamed herbal chicken , smashed yam duck , Assam curry fish head, hei bee Long beans and their seafood / prawn dishes .