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Holland Village XO Fish Head Bee Hoon (Jumbo Coffee Hub)

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Located along Dover Crescent, this stall is famous for the XO fish head bee hoon.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:00

Daily: 17:00 - 23:00

+65 67783691
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Good Zi Char Dinner (takeaway) on 11Feb2015

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/02/12/tapao-dinner-holland-village-xo-fish-head-bee-hun-restaurant-on-11feb2015/

we decided to tapao dinner before a movie. a friend picked up the food from Holland Village XO Fish Head Bee Hun Restaurant 荷兰村XO鱼头米粉酒楼. the san loh hor fun生捞河粉 was good, but i thought i had tapao better wok hae ones from there. still it was tasty, good fish slices & i love the chilli padi & pickled green chilli. the tofu dish with prawns & shimeji was competent, a good dish.the 白斩鸡 chicken rice chicken? pretty good. my friend got the healthy chicken breast. actually chicken breast is the real test of good cooking, so this was pretty good – tender, moist, sweet. didn’t think it was better than my own poached chicken 白斩鸡 nor my son’s lemon roast chicken though. & confession – i still like drumstick better..haha!^^ i liked the fish belly soup 鱼肌汤 especially. it was xo preparation with good amount of xo (i guess). enjoyed the soup very much. it was very substantial dinner at S$40 for 4pax (though we had someone who hardly ate), very decent considering food court prices these days.

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• 12 Feb 2015 • 269 reviews • 1 follower

Good Zi Char Dinner (takeaway) on 11Feb2015

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/02/12/tapao-dinner-holland-village-xo-fish-head-bee-hun-restaurant-on-11feb2015/

we decided to tapao dinner before a movie. a friend picked up the food from Holland Village XO Fish Head Bee Hun Restaurant 荷兰村XO鱼头米粉酒楼. the san loh hor fun生捞河粉 was good, but i thought i had tapao better wok hae ones from there. still it was tasty, good fish slices & i love the chilli padi & pickled green chilli. the tofu dish with prawns & shimeji was competent, a good dish.the 白斩鸡 chicken rice chicken? pretty good. my friend got the healthy chicken breast. actually chicken breast is the real test of good cooking, so this was pretty good – tender, moist, sweet. didn’t think it was better than my own poached chicken 白斩鸡 nor my son’s lemon roast chicken though. & confession – i still like drumstick better..haha!^^ i liked the fish belly soup 鱼肌汤 especially. it was xo preparation with good amount of xo (i guess). enjoyed the soup very much. it was very substantial dinner at S$40 for 4pax (though we had someone who hardly ate), very decent considering food court prices these days.
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• 01 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Average food and very BAD SERVICE

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The XO bee hoon is overrated and bad attitude is under estimated. Waited very long and staff made mistake taking order ended up telling us to re-queue after waited 40 mins. Don't waste time patronize this place unless u r ready for the rude service and average food.
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• 01 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

horrible experience. do not bother to visit this place. the service is horrible.

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ad attitude. never come back again.
 
 i waited 30 mins for food and they even told me I'm standing on their way doing business while waiting. I was asking whether my food is ready they keep saying no. When i found out my is actually ready, they told i said 5 pax instead of 2 pax. He told me rudely to wait for another 30mins. Its the new year day and he indeed spoil my day. The guy is really aggressive and i do not want to create a scene. I would really want to file a complaint on him. If you are the owner of this shop, would appreciate if you reply.
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