Review: Economic Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak – Chinatown Complex (Singapore)



Chinatown Complex Food Centre Singapore

Economic Bee Hoon Nasi Lemak

sells fried mee hoon mee and nasi lemak with an assortment of sides to choose from. Nice.


Fried Mee Hoon Mee

This is their fried mee hoon and fried mee with fish cake and luncheon meat added. The fried mee hoon has nice mild savoury flavours with some bean sprouts added. The fried noodles are quite ordinary though. Fried mee hoon is definitely better here. The fish cake is quite soft and springy with nice savoury flavours. Luncheon meat is normal. Comes with a sweet tasting chilli paste that contains ikan bilis. The chilli is nice, recommend that you ask for more.

Nasi Lemak

There are a few standard nasi lemak sets available. Seen above is with fried egg, otah, hot dog, fish fillet with an extra fried chicken wing added. This nasi lemak uses a green tinted fragrant pandan rice with nice flavours of pandan and coconut milk. The fried egg has a watery yolk, and the fish fillet is still slightly crispy. The hot dog and otah are normal though. As for the fried chicken wing, nice savoury tastes, crispy outside and moist inside. Comes with a very nice chilli paste that is sweet tasting and contains ikan bilis. Highly recommend that you ask for extras. This nasi lemak is definitely quite likeable.


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