This Famous Stall At Bedok Serves Their Unique Bak Chor Mee With Fresh Seafood!

Bak Chor Mee is a dish no stranger to most of us. Also known as minced pork noodles, this popular dish is usually served with… well, minced pork! However, what if I told you that you can also have this scrumptious dish with fresh seafood? Have I gotten your attention? Tucked away at Bedok lies Yong He Bak Chor Seafood Noodles where they serve their Bak Chor Mee with… you guessed it, seafood! What makes their unique version such a hit with customers? Let’s have a look!

Seafood Bak Chor Mee At Bedok

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Previously at Yishun, the stall relocated to Bedok only a few years ago. Fun fact, the owner, Mr Yap, is actually the uncle of Ah Guan Noodles and the brother of Ah Lam’s Abalone Noodles! Looks like seafood noodles run in the family! Mr Yap was previously selling the normal version of bak chor mee for 15 years before he moved his current stall to Bedok. With the relocation, he decided to switch things up and serve seafood with his bak chor mee.


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Yong He’s Bak Chor Seafood Noodles ($5), comes with fresh prawns, clams, minced pork, braised mushrooms. and of course, pork lard. The noodles are well-cooked and have the perfect QQ texture. Perfectly mixed with the sauce, the flavours are well-balanced with hints of vinegar. Additionally, it doesn’t overpower the seafood ingredients, allowing you to savour the freshness and sweetness. The braised mushrooms have a strong depth of flavour and elevate the dish when eaten with the noodles. Simply delightful!


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For those who prefer more a little more seafood, you can opt for the Signature Noodle ($6) that comes with an additional scallop and abalone. For those who are feeling even more boujee, you can even add crayfish to your noodles! The Watercress Lala and Meatball Soup ($5) comes highly recommend. Its sweet and light flavours make it the perfect pairing with the savoury notes of the noodles. Definitely a good palate cleanser!


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Hurry Down And Try Them Today!

Do head down before lunch hour as short queues are usually a rare occurrence for this stall! They close at 2pm daily so be sure to head down early before they’re sold out! Hurry down and try them today!

Address: 18 Bedok S Rd, Singapore 469276

Operating Hours: Wed to Sun, 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Cover Photo: Michelle Chng (Facebook), @jacyntan (Instagram)

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