27 Foch Road
#01-02 Hoa Nam Building
Singapore 209264

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Thursday:
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Monday:
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

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Another must-order is the Baby Octopus in Soy Sauce ($8). Though I’m not a huge fan of octopus, the crunchiness and seasoning (soaked in shallot oil, fried garlic and spring onion) are on point.

Moonlight Horfun aka Yu Kong Hor from the famous Ipoh Zi Char!

Serving mainly carbs, we ended up having Moonlight Horfun ($5.50), Hokkien Fried Dai Loke Mee ($5) and Braised Yee Mee ($5)

As expected Moonlight Hor Fun is the best! Just look at that raw egg yolk sitting gloriously on a bed of silky smooth flat rice noodles with thick gravy. It has a light smokey fragrance though we were joking if the wok is from Ipoh, it might be more distinctive.

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Got a small dish of Yu Kong Hor (月光河) this evening, and we scraped this plate thoroughly clean! The horfun was very fragrant and the raw egg really brings the whole dish together - both taste-wise as well as texture-wise. Overall a very yummy dish that we enjoyed.

We visited on an early Tuesday evening and had to wait about 20 minutes to get our food, including queueing times.

Miss Ipoh food so we tried it, need to queue early if not you have to wait more than 1 hour to get the food. Hor Fun got wok hei taste, but not really as good as my expectations. Their sambal is nice, the octopus is nice, yee mee soso only, but you can try.

Baby Octopus in Soy Sauce ($8) is quite an uncommon dish in Singapore. The dish is relatively simple - the baby octopus is boiled and drenched in soy sauce and topped with fried garlic bits and spring onion. The octopus is not overcooked and is still soft and crunchy. It goes well with the savoury sauce as well as the tangy chilli sauce with chopped peanuts.

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Yu Kong Hor 月光河 ($5.50 for small, $8.50 for large) comprises of hor fun, prawns and pork slices cooked in dark soy sauce and topped with a raw egg. Ipoh hor fun is thinner than the usual hor fun and it is thoroughly infused with wok-hei and the fragrance of chunky lard cubes. The addition of a raw egg gives the hor fun a smooth finish. The prawns are also fresh and crunchy. This is really delicious - I can see why this a crowd-pleaser!

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