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Sembawang White Beehoon

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$11 based on 27 submissions
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The best in Singapore!!!

The way the noodles are prepared the night before soaked in succulent spices and I'm sure some secret ingredient just makes my mouth water. So delicious and so affordable. A must try for the bee hoon lover!

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• 21 Apr 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

The best in Singapore!!!

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The way the noodles are prepared the night before soaked in succulent spices and I'm sure some secret ingredient just makes my mouth water. So delicious and so affordable. A must try for the bee hoon lover!
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• 06 Aug 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

Best White Mee Hoon

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Located just opposite sembawang shopping mall, this is a gem that must not be missed. Be prepared to queue for at least 30 mins during peak hour just to order, and a while more for the mee hoon to be delivered to your table. But it is all worth it, white mee hoon drizzled in white sauce and comes with generous amount of prawn... the mee hoon is so nice that i can eat it on its own without the prawn and vegetable. it is THAT GOOD!

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• 30 Oct 2013 • 59 reviews • 0 follower

Actually it is beehoon version of hokkien fried prawn mee

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Just imagine the whole yellow mee is replaced by beehoon and u get this white beehoon...ordered 2 person portion of white beehoon and the quantity is not really a lot for that price maybe is because 1) it is very nice and 2)increased demand

Ordered some of the zichar and love the cereal prawns which they add in lots of butter and cereal...wah eat liao jin sinful but heck lah...very nice..

Service wise at least is organized and the aunties very friendly
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