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43 Jalan Besar
Shing Boon Hwa Food Centre
Singapore 208804

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I actually spent my last last birthday meal there, so photos were from that dinner.
Delivery Charge varies from $8 – $18 based on your delivery address.
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– Whatsapp with name and order to +65 9729 8145.
– After which, the final pricing (including delivery charge) and PAYNOW account mobile no will be replied.
– Order and delivery will proceed once payment made.
– Pre-ordering is recommended.

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At the right place at the right time, we da bao-ed at Yong Kee Seafood which only opens in the evening. The signature chao tar beehoon, was really a crispy beehoon pancake with pork lard, sprouts and green onions. Goes well with the sweet chilli sauce provided. The wuhua rou was to me the best of the takeaways: fried to perfection, the 5 spices blend forms the marination used as the batter for frying, which is eventually the delicious external crispy layer that surrounds the pork slices.

When I was young, I remembered how delicious and affordable the zi char is compared to the rest and decided to relived the memories by having dinner with my family there.

We ordered Black Pepper Crab ($56), Assam Fish Head ($26), Salad Prawn ($20), Salted Egg squid ($14), Thai Pig Trotters ($22) & 2 x White Rice ($2).

The Black Pepper Crab is fragrant and the best black pepper crab I have ever tried. However, the crab was just average size which can be pricey. The Assam Fish Head has the right spices which is great.

I have eaten braised pig trotters but never fried. Hence, when the opportunity arises, we ordered it and the crispness is amazing.

For the salad prawn, it was quite a disappointment compared to my childhood. In the past, the prawn is just lightly coated and fried with lots of fruits around it. However, there is only 8 prawns and limited amount of fruits. I know that the due to inflation they had to cut cost the keep price low but big disappointment compared to what I had for my childhood. Also, the prawn is fully coated and deep fried which I don't think is good for salad prawn dish. I would suggest to lightly fry or just steam it so that can better taste the freshness of the prawn which also nicely drenched with the mayonnaise.

The salted egg squid was lackluster as I don't taste the salted egg at all. It taste more like Calamari.

Overall, I still think it is great and worth it try to eat with family.

Along with deepfried crispy pork belly, sambal kangkong, fish slice bittergourd. Clearly over-ordered. And that's how we bid our weekends goodbye. Fruitful day nonetheless with unexpected discoveries today reliving childhood and adventures.
#tzechar #onthetable

Shrimp Paste Chicken (from $10) and Cereal Squid (from $14) are just to compliment the main dish, Crispy Vermicelli Bee Hoon (from $6). The reason why I dragged my friends over.

Flavoursome bee hoon is pan-fried till it's charred on one side, but remain moist on the other side. You'll find ingredients like small prawns, squids and fish cake slices inside, finishing with bean sprouts and pork lard on top. I personally find it too crispy, as I prefer the moist bee hoon such as Johor's 三楼米粉 but it's was worth trying!


While it may appear dry due to the crispy surface, it was actually well-balanced with right amount of moist! Furthermore, the panfried charred surface added a crunch to the usual bee hoon, so good!