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Lunch At White Restaurant, Singapore

ANDY'S TURN...

While Aaron did his chores, Andy took me out for a good lunch at White restaurant, one of the branches at Sembawang.  Using his Waze and directions, we reached this place after half an hour drive.  By then I was very hungry... He told me that the food here is kind of special, fried white meehoon, that is why the restaurant is called White Restaurant... I guess.

To make sure, I googled... and this is what I found out...
Founded by Mr. Tay, the original Sembawang White Bee Hoon dish today has developed into a well-loved dish by all, that tastes anything but common, fully deserving of an identity on its own and now today, it is rebranded and currently known as White Restaurant.
This is the place!
And this is their signature dish, White Bee Hoon... 
Very special in a way... I like it!!
And on the contrary, the dark side... Koay Teow in gravy... 
Andy recommended this dish.... Or Hiang?
Since there are only two of us, we did not order much other than these... 
Total bill is around $20... I think... 

Comments

  1. I prefer the white than the dark, the white bee hoon looks so creamy and delish to me, just the bee hoon and or hiang are enough for me

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  2. I like the white bee hoon dish the most!

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  3. What IS Meehoon? The restaurant looks very nice, and the food looks good, too!

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  4. Would love to try the white bihun.

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  5. Yin and Yang; White and Black. :) I prefer the black one as it seems tastier. :)

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  6. The meehoon looks very pucat but so loaded with ingredients.

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  7. I like both the black and white, as long as it is tasty and loaded with so much ingredients. Or Hiang also looks good!

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