Review: Whampoa Satay Bee Hoon (Singapore)

Whampoa Satay Bee Hoon: Satay Bee Hoon & Laksa

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Whampoa Satay Bee Hoon

is a stall serving satay bee hoon and laksa. Both tastes decent.


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Satay Bee Hoon

The satay bee hoon comes with see hum, cuttlefish, prawn, pork slices and tau pok with mee hoon and some bean sprouts, and drenched in a satay sauce.

The see hum is decent size and tastes decent. The cuttlefish is soft and crunchy. The prawn is decent size and tastes fairly fresh. The pork is soft and meaty, and the tau pok is soft. As for the satay sauce, it is nicely flavoured and nutty and is extremely light in its spiciness. However it is a bit watery though, but still tastes rather decent.

Laksa

The laksa comes with see hum, fish cake slices, tau pok and half an egg in a bowl of nicely flavoured laksa gravy that is mildly spicy, with thick mee hoon and some bean sprouts.

The see hum is decent size and tastes decent. The fish cake is soft, smooth and springy. The tau pok is soft and flavourful with the laksa gravy. An option dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste can be added, and it is topped with some laksa leaves.

This bowl of laksa is quite likeable.

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LOCATION

Whampoa Satay Bee Hoon

#01-38
Whampoa Makan Place

Singapore 320090

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