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.


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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