wife & daughter wanted to have zi char dinner.
daughter had just been to wah chee dover, and wife & i had just been to hong kong street old chun kee 香港街老珍记 at commonwealth crescent.
the coffeeshop was quite crowded at 6.45pm on friday evening.
a medium fish head bee hoon is S$10. to add XO, S$2 more.
it was very good though, very tasty, slightly intense, reminded us of uncle leong’s crab bee hoon (even though it was really no comparison…uncle leong’s was just soooo good!).
taste wise it was a lot better than hong kong street old chun kee 香港街老珍记. a simple dish yet quite different satisfaction taste wise.
but hong kong street old chun kee 香港街老珍记 gave large pieces of meat even for the S$6 bowl. here it was a lot too but mostly bones.
it was too troublesome & tiring for me. next time i will just order sliced fish.
the fried kai lan was excellent!
so fragrant, super wok hae! ^^
san lo hor fun was very good too.
really, these 2 quite basic dishes the satisfaction quite different la.. for these 2 dishes i will come back here & not old chun kee.
the HDB ghim moh edge apartments looked really nice like private condos – the veiw from where we were sitting at the coffeeshop.
Holland Village XO Fish Head Bee Hun
#01-05, Jumbo Coffee Hub,
19A Dover Crescent, 131019