100 Jalan Sultan
#01-07 Sultan Plaza Sultan's Kitchen
Singapore 199001

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09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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The best item on their menu in my opinion. Wok hey was prominent and tasty. It wasn’t jelak like the other dishes offered, and cheapest on the menu too!

This appeared gimmicky but actually tasted quite nice and noodles were springy. Probably good to share because it can get a bit jelak if you have the whole bowl to yourself. Great to add the Chili especially since it cuts through the creaminess of the salted egg.

Felt like a souper version of hokkien mee.

Surprisingly, this was better then the XO noodles.

Seafood damn fresh, the pork lard crispy and gave this dish an extra kick.

Saw many good reviews and also watched Nina on Foodking wishing to serve this at her wedding. So it didn't take much convincing for me to try this for myself.

I felt this is much better with chilli padi thrown into it.

The sotong and prawn was very fresh, and the lala also alot.

Overall I felt this was very good and definitely worth to travel all the way down to jalan sultan for.

Hai Huang Mee sua ($5) ⭐️ 4.5/5 ⭐️
XO seafood beehoon soup ($8.90) ⭐️4/5 (more like 4.2) ⭐️
Salted egg beehoon ($8.90) ⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️

🍴 Late to jump on the bandwagon but we finally tried this @foodkingnoc-recommended stall. Overall? Flavourful soupy noodles dishes brimming with fresh seafood that we see ourselves returning to.

Our favourite of the trio we tried was surprisingly the less popular and most affordable hai huang mee sua. The noodles were thicker than our usual mee sua, soft, and soaked up the seafood broth well. It was laced with clams, prawns, and squid. The definition of slurplicious!

We also really enjoyed the XO seafood soup, with a distinct swig of xo stirred in. We drank the whole bowl! The noodles here were uniquely springy - like konnyaku noodles in texture but maggie noodles in appearance. A few in the family could not get used to it, but the rest of us liked it! Served with fresh chunks of squid, fish, clams, and prawns.

The salted egg beehoon had the same springy konnyaku noodles. The salted egg really shined through and complemented the briny base well, although it was heavier and could feel jelat over time.

📍Try Fresh XO seafood noodles, 100 Jln Sultan, Singapore

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The bee hoon tasted like konjac noodles. I could not taste the salted egg. The gravy tasted same as the gravy for mee sua. It was served with clams, scallops and one prawn. No egg or squid. I prefer the mee sua over this and it's at a cheaper price too.