Review: Yew Chuan (Singapore)

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Margaret Drive Hawker Centre Tanglin Halt Market Singapore

Yew Chuan

is a stall selling light meals like fried noodles, fried mee hoon, porridge and some sides. Quite decent.

Fried Mee Hoon & Fried Noodles

Yew Chuan, formerly from Tanglin Halt Market, serves fried mee hoon and fried noodles with choice of sides.

The fried mee hoon seen above comes added with a fried tau kee roll, a vegetables cake and a fried egg. The fried mee hoon itself has a fairly dry texture with a soya sauce flavour which tastes fairly decent. The fried tau kee roll is crispy outside and firm inside, it is nice. The vegetables cake is slightly crispy but mostly soft, flavours are decent. As for the fried egg, it has a soft watery yolk with slightly crispy whites. It is nice but a little bit oily.

Thin type of noodles is used for the fried noodles here. Seen above is with a fried chicken wing and a fried egg added. The noodles is a little bit moist and has a fairly firm texture with decent flavours. The fried chicken wing is lightly coated and is crispy outside with moist meat inside. Nice seasoning flavourings too.

So far, the fried chicken wing and the fried tau kee roll are nice here and recommended as add ons.

Nearby

Fried Mee Hoon

Porridge

Besides fried mee hoon and fried noodles, a small selection of porridge is available here. Seen here is their peanuts porridge. The porridge is rather smooth and flavourful, and the peanuts are soft. Comes topped with some fried shallots and chopped spring onions. This bowl of peanuts porridge is quite decent.

Costs

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