Address: 125 East Coast Road, Alibaba Eating House, Singapore 428810
Time: 8am - 8pm
Specialty: Fishball Minced Meat Noodle, Fried Kway Teow, Hokkien Prawn Mee...
1) Catering service.
2) Delivery service for Katong & Joo Chiat areas only.
In-Charge: Mr Pang
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|Date||Name / Occupation||Reviews|
|24 Apr 2006||Mr Ted Chan / Director||
For a change, try the fried mee suah (mian xian) – it’s good too!
|10 Jan 2006||Ms Angela Goh||
I have tried almost all their specialities. Its really very delicious. The fishball is especially big and “Q”. Ingredients they used are fresh and the chilli is delicious too. Last but not least, the boss is very friendly. Its the best stall in Singapore, will continue my visit there once weekly… .
|15 Aug 2005||Ms Susan / Manager||
Gastronomical experience. Fresh ingredients and extremely tasty. The BEST!
|10 Nov 2004||Ms Amy Tan / Director||
The Hokkien Mee is really fantastically good. The stall owner is very friendly and polite. You can eat and walk home happily. Today was my first time there but I am sure I will go their again weekly.
|7 Jul 2004||Housewife||
I have ordered the buffet from Yong Huat and I am very satisfied with the quality and quantity. The one that stand out is the fried mee thai mark and thai fried fish… delicious.
|21 Jun 2004||Mr Wong / Editor||
This stall has been shifted to the junction of East Coast Rd and Joo Chiat Rd. The place is clean and more windy compared to the old one. We have tried the hokkien mee and kway teow. Both dishes are well cooked and the taste is perfect, much much better than most of the stalls. You can actually feel the different, and satisfy with the high food quality. I noticed that the owner is also not stingy with the ingredients. Overall, value for money and worth giving a try!!! (Don’t forget to eat the fishball minced meat noodle as well)
|10 Jun 2004||Mr Jerron Lim / University Student||
The fried kway teow and hokkien mee is juicy and gravy is nice. Not like other usual stall, I can say it is one of the best in Singapore. Must try this heavenly food.
|14 Mar 2004||Ms Cindy / Student||
I really love the fried hokkien mee!!! Its tasty n not too oily. In addition, I also like the fishball noodle. The fishball is very Q n big!