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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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Indulgent Sliced Fish Bee Hoon With XO!

This coffee shop is located along Dover Road, opposite a new cluster of HDB flats that have a Sheng Siong Supermarket. Its near Star Vista and Singapre Polytechnic.   I frequent this coffee shop quie a bit, cos I like the chicken rice at this food court.   On a recent visit, I decided to order the XO Sliced Fish with thick vermicelli from this stall. It costs me $7. Yes, the stall actually add a dash of XO VSOP into your noodles! Without XO, it will costs $1 less.   This stall is previously located at Holland Drive and shifted to this food court some years ago.   They go by the no of pax eating. It costs $12 (2 pax), $15 (3 pax), $20 (4 pax) and $25 – 30 (5 pax and above). Prices are slightly cheaper if there’s no XO.   Other signatures include the ‘Sam Loh’ which is stir fried hor fun (Broad flat white noodles with bean sprouts and sliced fish, prawn paste chicken, vegetables.   Although pricey, the taste of the broth is good and the XO adds a nice flavour. You wouldn’t get the alcohol rush, as it evaporated, so its more the flavour of the soup.   If you are taking it away, you can order it without the XO and add your own XO when you are at home!   Try it!

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• 06 May 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Indulgent Sliced Fish Bee Hoon With XO!

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This coffee shop is located along Dover Road, opposite a new cluster of HDB flats that have a Sheng Siong Supermarket. Its near Star Vista and Singapre Polytechnic.   I frequent this coffee shop quie a bit, cos I like the chicken rice at this food court.   On a recent visit, I decided to order the XO Sliced Fish with thick vermicelli from this stall. It costs me $7. Yes, the stall actually add a dash of XO VSOP into your noodles! Without XO, it will costs $1 less.   This stall is previously located at Holland Drive and shifted to this food court some years ago.   They go by the no of pax eating. It costs $12 (2 pax), $15 (3 pax), $20 (4 pax) and $25 – 30 (5 pax and above). Prices are slightly cheaper if there’s no XO.   Other signatures include the ‘Sam Loh’ which is stir fried hor fun (Broad flat white noodles with bean sprouts and sliced fish, prawn paste chicken, vegetables.   Although pricey, the taste of the broth is good and the XO adds a nice flavour. You wouldn’t get the alcohol rush, as it evaporated, so its more the flavour of the soup.   If you are taking it away, you can order it without the XO and add your own XO when you are at home!   Try it!
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• 12 Feb 2015 • 272 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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  • chicken breast with liver & gizzard
• 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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