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Yee Cheong Yuen Noodle Restaurant

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It was the year 1970 when Kang moved to Singapore. Missing the food from his beloved hometown Ipoh, he decided to start a restaurant. After careful consideration, he opened Yee Cheong Yuen Noodle Restaurant in the corner of Holland Village after setting his eyes on the quaint shop house. Soon after, crowds began to gather to eat Kang's Ipoh Hor Fun and Silky Chicken. Day and night, long queues would line the restaurant as customers would be patiently waiting to enjoy Yee Cheong Yuen's originally prepared, finest Ipoh inspired noodle selections. For nearly two decades, Yee Cheong Yuen Noodle Restaurant has been managed by Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant, one of Singapore's local heritage food brands. The authenticity of Yee Cheong Yuen's dishes has been preserved by simply using original and fresh ingredients through our time-tested recipes.

31 Lorong Liput
Singapore 277742

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Set B (S$8.80+)
Silky Chicken Ipoh Hor Fun Dry
Dumpling Soup
Lou Han Guo
Tasted a bit one dimension. Need the chilli paste to spicy up a bit.

Yee Cheong Yuen Noodle Restaurant
Address 🏡 : 31 Lorong Liput, Singapore 🇸🇬 277 742
Tel ☎️ : 6468 7737
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Fri : 11am - 9.30pm
Sat, Sun, PH : 10am - 9.30pm
Note 📝 : no service charge but got 7% GST
MRT 🚇 : Holland Village (CC21)


Their signature hor fun with silky chicken and wanton soup on the side, and comes with a drink of your choice (got the hot barley which tasted really fresh!) - the hor fun was average, chicken was nicely tender but the soup tasted strange (although the minced meat in the wanton tasted fine). Pretty average and decent meal for its price, but have tasted better elsewhere at a better price.

Decided to try out this place for a change from Crystal Jade Kitchen at the corner. The best thing is the excellent service - fast and friendly. The noodle in my noodle soup is overcooked, and the broth too bland. A neighbouring table had clay pot rice. It's not fragrant, and there's no sign of the crispy charred rice, looks like it's not as good as the excellent version at New Lucky at nearby Holland Drive. Edible, but the food at many hawker stalls would be much better than this!

I’m not very impressed with the food here because it always feels like the food is pre made and it’s a matter of assembling it together and the food usually comes lukewarm:/

Yee Cheong Yuen used to be a place that my family would regularly patronise during our growing up years for their Ipoh horfun and silky chicken .

Although the ownership has changed hands, I’d still like to come by once in a while and reminisce the old times. For a change , I opted for the chicken Claypot rice with salted fish , Chinese sausages and braised mushrooms.

The rice was cooked well - with a good firm bite and the chicken parts were marinated well. It is a kind of one pot dish that my mum used to enjoy making. Rather than a Claypot rice, I would like to call this a steamed rice in casserole because it is definitely different from the smoky flavoured Claypot rice. This was more like a dainty steamed pot Rice . No charred crispy rice with a charred smell and no dark and thick black sauce - what is replaced is good quality rice and Fresh chicken parts ( kampung chicken ) cooked atop a stove and some good superior soy sauce.

I kind of liked this version because it was definitely less “ heaty” and less greasy than the usual Claypot rice. The use of fragrant salted fish also helps to add good flavour to “ Claypot” rice .

Pretty enjoyable and good to share between 2 .

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Visited Yee Cheong Yuan, twice this week - first visit on a weekday and second visit on weekend, and ordered the exact same dishes on both occasions.

The silky chicken skin and roast pork was really superb, on the first visit but somehow the quality and quantity of both dishes were wildly inconsistent when I visited today.
The silky chicken hor fun was served sans skin (it must be said that the smooth and silky chicken skin was the essence of this dish), portion of the roast pork was reduced by half and sadly, the skin of the roast pork was also slightly soggy and lacks the delightful crispness texture that I have had on my previous visit.