125/127 East Coast Road
Alibabar The Hawker Bar (Katong)
Singapore 428810

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Fried Mee Sua

Fried mee sua starting at $7

Yong huat used to be an old stablishment along east coast road since 1949. Gone are the original family that ran this establishment previously. Recipe was sold to the current owners back in 2020.

As this was my first time here, couldn't compare with how it once was.

The first impression I had, that it doesn't look very fantastic. Smell and taste of wok hei definitely there.

Overall, still quite a good plate of fried mee sua. Will I eat this if I was passing by in future? Maybe.

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The moment I collected my plate, i can smell the aroma from it. It's cooked well, The mee sua not stick become lump, got wok hei and tasty. Additional chilli to it, to elevate the flavours.
Heng I ordered medium size 😆.
📍Yong Huat.
Alibabar The Hawker Bar
125 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428810

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Am I missing anything here? This was supposed to be one of their signatures but I felt it was lacking in flavour/texture. I was expecting something dry and a nice wok hei but this came out a little too wet for my liking. The sambal chilli did manage to help salvage it 》$5/small


Thick bee hoon and yellow noodles with chock full of sliced pork belly, prawns, eggs and squid in a robust prawn stock. They use a lot of lard which gives out a nice aroma that is flavourful yet sinful at the same time 》$5/small


The old guard has passed on the reigns to new owners at this institution, and though its a slightly different beast, my fears were unfounded and the food is still surprisingly good.

Not surprisingly the menu has been expanded to add more variety, such as this artery clogging hokkien mee “zhnged” with roast pork belly. As to the noodles itself, they aren’t as saucy nor lard-infused as the original owner’s version, but you can make up for this now with the free flow lardons. In a twist, the prawns have gotten even bigger and juicier. Nice!


Taste: 3.5/5