531A Upper Cross Street
#02-40 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm


11:00am - 03:00pm

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This is something worth indulging in once in a while. The brown sauce is thick and gooey with subtle sweetness from the crustacean. Prawns were deshelled, plump and served as a whole together with fresh and firm halved crayfish. The crustacean is fresh and well cooked with natural sweetness 》$10

There are other combinations on the menu that comes topped with ingredients such as crayfish, prawn, chicken, abalone mushroom, pacific clam and fresh prawn wanton.

At $10/bowl, this certainly isn’t the cheapest in the hawker but definitely one of the must-tries, especially if 3 uncles ahead in the queue (seemingly HOBOs of the hawker centre and the precinct) ordered the same. It was a blessing in disguise that the cheaper items on the menu that I’d budgeted to try were sold out! Crayfish were succulent, juicy and peeled off the shelves very readily! Prawns were peeled - so much ease to just pop a pump one into your mouth!

Fav lunch place & Was lucky to see a short queue today. Aunty is very generous with the ingredients! Highly recommend this hawker spot.

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Brown savoury sauce covered the plate of Hor Fun.
Prawns and crayfish were the star.
Generally brisk queue.



It does not, however fresh it may be. The noodles are silky smooth but the gravy doesn’t have much going on—it’s mostly peppery and savoury from soy sauce. The prawns are sweet and tender too, but this isn’t something you’d usually want to eat or stand in line for, especially if you’re only going to get the regular chicken version.

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This is the famous hor fun with a super long queue.
I had thought that crayfish in hor fun is a gimmick, used only to create a visual impact. But surprisingly, the taste of crayfish and prawns has been infused in the gravy such that it has a gentle taste of seafood. A colleague thought that the gravy was totally bland, while another agrees with me and she likes the faint taste of prawns and crayfish in its stock.
Although I won't queue for this, I could understand why this stall has garnered its fans.

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