55 Serangoon Garden Way
Singapore 555951

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

A small bowl or pork cubes with a fried egg on a bed of rice (half a bowl portion) for $1.90! Limited to 1 order per person

Enough for 2-3 people!! The broth was very tasty and there was a lot of liao!! It was really good with the fried onion oil that they gave too
One of the best pao fan Ive had :)
We also tried the cheese beehoon and tuckshop rice - both were yummy but I prefer the tuckshop rice bowl

1 for 1 Abalone Cheese beehoon (U.P $14.90)

Prawn, scallops, meatballs soaked perfectly in cheese prawn both. Best part is that the more you drink the broth, you won’t definitely feel a tinge of “jelak-ness” & wanna go for more sip!

Portion may feel slightly small to some, feel free to ask for upsize noodle ($1). Definitely a good place for a fuss-free, light-hearted meal to catch up with friends. ☺️👍🏻

Now going at 1 for 1 until 31 march!

Heard about this through the 百年 @bainiansg telegram group which boasted this reasonably sized bowl of creamy bee hoon and numerous seafood toppings. I found the prawns, clams, crab meatballs and abalone quite firm and fresh, but the real show stopper was the rich soup! The soup wasn't "cheesy" in the sense that it was thick and stringy -- instead, it was watery but tasty in a milky way. Slurped every last drop, but it's a bit small so I wouldn't pay full price for it!

A little eatery in the corner of Serangoon Gardens that I frequent. They don't accept reservations, so be sure to go early if you want to dine there if you want to avoid queues during peak hours. Service is good and staff are always polite.

Featured above is the Abalone Cheese Beehoon ($14.90) that is on a 1-for-1 promotion till 31 March. They frequently have similar promotions for their Cheese Beehoon menu that is only available for dine-in. The broth of these have a sweet-savory, milky taste and is loaded with a ton of ingredients like prawns, scallops and meatballs.

So far, these are the dishes I have tried and tasted and would recommend:

1.) Tuckshop Rice ($1.90)
A little rice bowl with egg, fried pork bits and some seasoning to wet your appetite.
2.) Yong Tau Fu ($5.90)
The eatery is under the family umbrella of BaiNian group that is famous for YTF. So you know what's up.
3.) Pork Wrap ($9.90)
These are heavily seasoned so be aware that its on the saltier side, but great for sharing. They are very well seasoned though, and I didn't the dish super value for money. It comes with an outstanding Thai chilli too. The 3 pork strips have to be cut yourself so they provide ✂️. I bring my mom who loves Korean BBQ for this often because the Korean eatery a few shops down the road is overpriced af
4.) Beef/ Pork Don ($12.90)
This is a giant tuckshop rice with tender slices of meat generously laden atop pearl rice.
5.) Fruit Tea ($7.90)
This is a beverage recommendation because I feel like it's really worth paying for. Comes in a glass teapot and four teacups, and is refillable for sharing. This tea isn't too sour, and is more like a citrusy fruit drink but with subtle hints of other fruit on your palette.

There are misses in the menu I have had before but overall I think the menu is pretty well-put together and is worth a try!

Not worth trying at all. Tuckshop Rice is really tasteless and not salty at all, just like plain rice with egg on top. The wait time is horrible, super slow service :( The website said 10mins from Lorong Chuan MRT perhaps to attract customer but it is actually 25-30mins away. Quite dishonest. I wouldn't recommend the food at all though...

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