Review: Ho Bee Roasted Food (Singapore)

Ho Bee Roasted Food: Char Siew, Siu Yuk & Roast Duck with Rice & Soup

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Ho Bee Roasted Food

is a popular siu mei stall selling the usual roasted meats. Popular probably due to lack of competition rather than tasty food. Tastes decent though.

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Char Siew, Siu Mei, Roast Duck

Ho Bee Roasted Food is a popular stall selling the usual siu mei roasted meats. Above is their meal with char siew, siu yuk and roast duck served with a plate of plain white rice, a bowl of soup and a couple of dipping sauces.

The char siew is the lean meat type. It is soft and meaty with a sweet taste. The siu yuk is savoury tasting with soft meaty meat and a crispy skin. As for the roast duck, it is moist and meaty with fat juicy skin. All 3 choices of meats are rather decent.

Served on the sides: a plate of firm textured plain rice, a vegetable flavoured soup with a hint of dang gui, a braised sauce is slightly sweet taste and a dried shrimp flavoured chilli sauce.

This stall is popular probably due to lack of competition rather than tasty food, though it is still a rather decent tasting meal.

Also worth noting, they seem to have a strange way of doing business. I had wanted to add extra roast sausages to my meal but they refused my extra add-on request, saying that only 3 choices of meats is allowed. For 4 choices of meats, I have to pay $16.00 which is almost double the price of my 3 meats meal. It is weird, as buying an extra plate of roast sausage rice costs just $3.50 more. It is no biggie to me, as they are the ones losing out on some extra business. Just be aware of this.


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