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8 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599733

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11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

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Last weekend, I went back to this place which I used to visit regularly years ago, and it's still as good. This is one hor fun with wok hei! There aren't many hor fun with good wok hei nowadays, and it has became a norm to expect your hor fun to be just another saucy-starchy kway teow.
But Mong Kok, which serves dim sum, serves very good beef hor fun. The kway teow is hidden beneath all that 鼓汁 (fermented black soybeans sauce), but those are fierce kway teow with lots of wok hei. Lift the noodles up like in this photo, and you can see the wok-char on the strands of the kway teow.
And since the noodles are hidden under the gravy each time it's served, it's always hot when you start eating it... And you can see the smoke radiating from my kway teow here. This came with spicy black bean sauce, so you will get many fiesty mouthful of this beef hor fun.


Totally unimpressed by these supposed lava-flowing buns which turned out to be mini paus with a rather tough dough and what sort of felt like a frozen filling made to be heated upon request. Other than being clumpy and not even flowy, the custard filling had a milky, sweet corn taste. Disappointed since it’s thought to be one of the highlights here. I would rather just have the beef hor fun.

It came as a surprise that being a dim sum place, Mongkok Dim Sum serves quite a tasty beef hor fun. Tossed in a starchy, peppery thick gravy, I could already smell the strong wok hei coming from the hor fun that was stir fried prior to the drenching of gravy. In addition, the tender beef slices were rather large in size which was a bonus. Probably one of the dishes you mustn’t miss here.


This dish was a huge surprise as I never thought cereal prawn could be crispy and soft at the same time. Super worth dish at only $16 and each prawn is large and juicy; not forgetting the crispy and soft batter.

If I have to choose one dish that is a must order at this eatery, it will be none other than the beef hor fun. I am not a big fan of hor fun but I come here again and again for this because of how the hor fun has a chared taste to it and it blends well with spicy gravy. The beef slices are the best as it is so soft and tender that I forget it's actually beef. Super affordable at 6.80 dollars too

While this is a typical dish you would find in most zi char place, they took it to the next level with with their gravy which had meat and prawn bits. The omelette was soft and went well with the tofu. The portion too was huge and at $12 I would say its super value for money