Top 10 Best Economical Fried Bee Hoon In Singapore [2022 Edition]
The economy fried bee hoon mee is one of the common traditional yet simplest breakfast where you can get in Singapore. A typical economy fried bee hoon mee normally will offer at least two types of noodles, the drier white thin bee hoon mee and yellow noodles. The yellow noodle normally will be fried with soy sauce which gives the noodle its rich caramelly. It always comes with variety of side dishes which you can choose to add to your meal, for example like luncheon meat, fried egg, fried tofu and etc. Many singaporeans will actually just go for the noodles and topped with a dollop of spicy chili paste, with their different and contrasting taste and textures, complementing each other perfectly.
Table of Contents
- 1.Holland Village Fried Bee Hoon
- 2.Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon
- 3. 327 Fried Bee Hoon
- 4. Bai Li Xiang Economic Bee Hoon
- 5. Yon Yan Fried Chicken Wings
- 6. Hup Lee (Bedok Interchange Food Centre)
- 7. Yan Fried Bee Hoon
- 8. Richton Kitchen
- 9. Yip Economic Bee Hoon
- 10. Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker and Ngoh Hiang
- 11.Qi Xiang
- 12. San Hup Economic Bee Hoon
- 13.Good Old Taste
- 14. Economical Bee Hoon
- 15.Economic Fried Bee Hoon, Noodle
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1.Holland Village Fried Bee Hoon
Introduction: Holland Village Fried Bee Hoon is located at a corner of the Holland Village Hawker Centre, which serves the traditional economic bee hoon. The vermicelli has a unique savouriness as it’s cooked with self prepared lard. Their flavourful Fried Bee Hoon ($1) has earned praise from many customers over the years. Price is reasonable, probably a good place for breakfast.
Offerings: Holland Village Fried Bee Hoon serves fried bee hoon, alkaline egg noodles and kway teow. Customers can choose a base of fried bee hoon or a mix of two or all three together for their dishes. Additional ingredients that can choose including fried eggs, luncheon meat slices, stir fried cabbage, deep fried meat roll and crunchy chicken cutlets. Be sure to get some of their sambal, its gives the bee hoon tasted extremely good.
Location: 1 Lor Mambong, #01-11, Holland Village Food Centre, Singapore 277700
Contact: +65 9363 4589
2.Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon
Introduction: Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon located at Swee Sian Yuen coffeeshop, Yishun. They’re only open from 7am to 10am so you need to plan your trip early to make sure you can taste a plate of their delicious bee hoon. Their bee hoon are springy and the fried food items are crispy.
Offerings: Their noodles’ overall consistency in quality, the Fried Bee Hoon ($1), Fried Noodles ($1) and Kway Teow ($1) are equally delectable. There are the usual slides which is stir fried cabbage, spring rolls, fish cake, fish fillet, tofu, luncheon meat, sausages and chicken wings. Their chicken wings are one of the best chicken wings ever, and it is only cost $1.20. You can try their bee hoon with their sambal chilli, its adds a tangy sweetness to the bee hoon, with a trace of hae bee (dried shrimp) and onion.
Location: 101 Yishun Avenue 5, #01-03, Chong Pang City, Singapore 760103
3. 327 Fried Bee Hoon
Introduction: 327 Fried Bee Hoon is located within a hawker centre at Hougang. They start serving their economic bee hoon as early as 5am. Their bee hoon was perfect cooked and not too dry with a garlicky fragrance.
Offerings: Their bee hoon are tasty, well seasoned and not too dry. With a pleasant fragrance of garlic, every strand is springy and moist. They serve the usual toppings such as luncheon meat, vegetables, sausages, eggs etc. But one topping that you must order is their deep fried chicken chop. Their chicken thighs (S$1.50) are the ones to die for, it’s crispy, juicy and tender.
Besides bee hoon, they also serve Nasi Lemak ($2) with the aromatic coconut rice.
Location: 327 Hougang Ave 5, #01-156, Singapore 530327
Contact: +65 9758 2693
4. Bai Li Xiang Economic Bee Hoon
Introduction: Located near Pioneer MRT Station, Bai Li Xiang Economic Bee Hoon is a popular option among NTU students to satisfy their supper and even their early breakfast. Their food is always served piping hot as they are constantly prepared a new batches of food.
Offerings: Bai Li Xiang’s bee hoon is cooked with minced garlic and bean sprouts, infusing the dish with a sweet and savoury aroma. Their Bee Hoon ($1) is not too oily and the prices are fairly reasonable. Their most popular side dish is their Chicken Wings. The chicken meat inside retained its juiciness and tenderness although their batter was deep fried.
Location: 651 Jurong West Street 63, 179 Kopitiam, Singapore 648310
Contact: +65 6791 3800
5. Yon Yan Fried Chicken Wings
Introduction: Yon Yan Fried Chicken Wings was made popular a few years ago when Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was spotted queuing up for their chicken wings, this is one of the reason why Yon Yan Fried Chicken Wings very familiar. They are also known for their affordable Bee Hoon, there is only cost $0.60 and the portion is quite big.
Offerings: Their Chicken Wings (S$1.50) are so popular, people would queue for up to 30 minutes to wait.Yon Yan’s Bee Hoon is not too wet or dry. Their bee hoon was cut up, so you can eat it easily.They only serve four other side dishes which is Spiced Roll (S$1/piece), Fish Cake (S$0.60/piece), Sausage (S$1/piece) and Luncheon Meat (S$0.50/piece).
Location: Blk 726, Clementi West Street 2, #01-191, West Coast Market Square, Singapore 120726
6. Hup Lee (Bedok Interchange Food Centre)
Introduction: Hup Lee serves Chinese cuisine like Fried Bee Hoon, Fried Kway Teow and they are also famous for their Economic Bee Hoon and Nasi Lemak.
Offerings: Hup Lee’s Fried Bee Hoon (S$1) may be known as one of the most fragrant bee hoon dishes, yet it’s also the oiliest in Singapore. The price are reasonable and affordable. A plate of their bee hoon with three different ingredients only for S$4.50.Their chicken wing was one of the best slides that you are ever had. Not only was the batter deep fried till crispy, the meat within was also infused with a garlicky aroma.
Location: Blk, 208B #01-47 New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460207
7. Yan Fried Bee Hoon
Introduction: “Yan Fried Bee Hoon” Economic Bee Hoon is this exemplary name which serves up mouthwatering economical fried bee hoon, along with its signature chicken wings and various assortments of other add on ingredients.
Offerings: Yan Fried Bee Hoon Economic Bee Hoon shot to fame when Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was seen queuing 30 minutes for its signature Fried Chicken Wings ($1.20). Delightfully addictive, the juices of the chicken wing oozes out instantly, as you tear off its crisp skin. The menu has mostly remained unchanged over the past 10 years, with its Fried Bee Hoon being one of the cheapest you can find in Singapore.
Location: 85 Redhill Lane, #01-19 Redhill Lane Block 85 Food Centre, Singapore 150085
8. Richton Kitchen
Introduction: Richton Kitchen (福城美食) is located under an HDB block at Pasir Ris, which makes it convenient for breakfast if you stay in that area.
Offerings: Richton Kitchen deep fries their ingredients after you order, which makes their ingredients extra crispy on the outside but still juicy on the inside.Fried with garlic for flavour, the Bee Hoon (S$1) tasted so good that you didn’t even need extra ingredients. The bee hoon also wasn’t too dry nor too moist,it was just right.
Location: 476A Pasir Ris Drive 6, #01-600, Singapore 511476
Contact: +65 9388 9150
9. Yip Economic Bee Hoon
Introduction: Yip Economical Bee Hoon offers some of the best Chinese Cuisine serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family, large groups, catching up with friends and colleagues. From Bee Hoon to Peanut Porridge, its extensive menu is reflective of the stall’s efforts to cater to every palate.
Offerings: Their bee hoon is affordable, and they’re generous with their servings. They serve up a mountain of bee hoon along with the ingredients, all for less than S$2.Yip Economic Bee Hoon is also known for cooking traditional ingredients with a twist. For example, they soak the luncheon meat into beaten eggs before frying.
Location: 115 Bukit Merah View, #01-33, Bukit Merah View Market & Hawker Centre, Singapore 151115
10. Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker and Ngoh Hiang
Introduction: A choice for supper hunting as this coffee shop is opened 24 hours and interestingly, it gets crowded after 10pm. This place houses a few popular stalls, particularly Hock Lian Huat Ngoh Hiong Prawn Cracker Economic Bee Hoon with never ending long queues.
Offerings: Hock Lian Huat Prawn Cracker and Ngoh Hiang Economic Bee Hoon sells ngoh hiang and fried fritters in the afternoon, they serve Fried Bee Hoon ($0.70) for ravenous locals in the morning. Most of the sides are fried to a delicate crisp. Be sure to order their signature Ngoh Hiang ($1). Packed with minced meat and onions, before being seasoned with five-spice powder, this meaty parcel offers a firm and chewy texture at every mouthful.
Location: 302 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #01-719, Singapore 680302
Contact: +65 6445 5411
Introduction: ”Qi Xiang“, the english translation for this stall means “unique fragrance”, and true enough, their noodles are real fragrant. There are two stalls in the hawker centre selling fried noodles, but this stall is always long queue, be it during weekdays or weekends.
Offerings: Qi Xiang Economic Bee Hoon is another popular breakfast destination for residents of Ang Mo Kio. Must try out their fried bee hoon, rice noodle or kway teow.If they have egg omelette, be sure to order it because it is well executed. Sometimes they serve fried chicken or fish with thai sauce. Not only that, they also sell nasi lemak set from $2.50.
Location: Blk 226H Ang Mo Kio Street 22, #01-27, Singapore 568226
12. San Hup Economic Bee Hoon
Introduction: San Hup Economic Bee Hoon located in an unassuming coffee shop at the foot of a residential block in Tampines. Their noodles served are fried first and then cooked in a rich stock so they pack a ton of flavour.
Offerings: San Hup Economic Bee Hoon serves economic bee hoon and nasi lemak as a main dishes, besides that fried carrot cake is another signature for them. The accompanying dishes including chicken, their chicken is fried to a lovely crisp without coming across oily. And their homemade otak (grilled spiced fish cake wrapped in banana leaves) is a must order too.
Location: 742A Tampines Street 72, Singapore 521742
13.Good Old Taste
Introduction: Good Old Taste Economic Bee Hoon formerly known as 108 Eating House. Good Old Taste Economic Bee Hoon is a humble food stall that offers a delightful dining experience with their menu featuring Chinese and Singaporean cuisines. This is a great place where family and friends can share and enjoy a wonderful meal in a comfortable and relaxed setting.
Offerings: Good Old Taste Economic Bee Hoon prepared their food using only the freshest and most delicious ingredients. They serve traditional local delicacies. Very famous for it’s White Bee Hoon in the morning, and Hainanese Chicken Rice in the afternoon.
Location: 11 Collyer Quay, #01-08 The ArcadeSingapore 049317
Contact: +65 94524280
14. Economical Bee Hoon
Introduction: Economical Bee Hoon in Bukit Batok starts serving their dishes from 4.30am until they’re sold out. Start setting your alarms, it is because all their chicken wings are usually sold out by 730am.
Offerings: One thing that made the stall stand out is that they pre marinate their bee hoon, so that they can cook it faster. Hence, you get moist and tasty bee hoon here. The texture is also soft and it’s not too oily.They serve sausages, fishcakes, fish fillet, and luncheon meat as the side dishes also, but the most famous is their chicken wings.
Location: 359 Bukit Batok Street 21, #01-401, Meng Soon Huat Coffee Shop, Singapore 650359
15.Economic Fried Bee Hoon, Noodle
Introduction: Economic Fried Bee Hoon, Noodle is located at Toa Payoh hawker food centre.You can feed your stomach without any doubts with their affordable and reasonable price bee hoon.
Offerings: They have offered delicious Fried Bee Hoon and Fried Noodles. The texture of their bee hoon is just right and not too oily. If you order fried egg, they will give you some chai poh as topping. Other than that, they serve usual topping such as fish cake and luncheon meat.
Location: #01-26 Kim Keat Palm Market and Food Centre, Blk 22 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh, 310022
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