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531A Upper Cross Street
#01-70 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

04:00pm - 10:30pm

04:00pm - 10:30pm

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But beside outram Park ckt, i discovered many other yummy foods there, one of it is The Mixed from
@tangkaykee,Tang Kay Kee Fish Head Bee Hoon.
FusionTze char that sell this interesting modren horfun.
Its have strong wok hei, served with slice fish, pork, sous vide egg and deep fried enoki.
📍Tang Kay Kee Fishhead Beehoon.
Hong Lim Food centre, #01-70.
531A Upper Cross Street.

And we are ready to welcome Phrase 2 of #PostCircuitBreaker

@yongweikai has been raving about these Hae Cheong Kai Chicken and Hor Fun that I was pretty excited to try their dishes. So when the mysterious lunch was here, I recognised it from @TangKayKee which serves zi char fare during dinner time.

From wokhei-laden Hor Fun to their signature Prawn Paste Chicken, or a simple Fu Yong Eggs with Sambal Sweet Potato Leaves, it was quite a spread!

Tang Kay Kee Fish Head Bee Hoon
Address: Hong Lim Complex Food Centre, 531A Upper Cross Street, Unit 01-70, Singapore 050538
#tangkaykee #LoveYourLocalSG #savefnbsg #burpple


WAITING TIME: Slightly more than 5 minutes

- Quite gingery
- Thinly sliced fish
- Does not come with much other ingredients (like tofu, tomato, cabbage)


WAITING TIME: Ordered slightly past 9pm on a Saturday, food was served 7 mins later

- Above average
- No sambal or belachan chilli though, only green and red chilli with soy sauce

Had the pork slice fried rice for $6. The pork is abit dry but reasonable for the price. Fried rice is flavorful and has wok hei taste, and it pairs very well with the sous vide egg. Will come again to try the har cheong gai. Score: 7.5/10

Selling modernised zichar bowls, including horfun, muifun and fried rice. Fried rice to me was abit overpriced (paying for the concept) but the boneless bite sized harcheongkai was addictive!