Friday, September 08, 2017

Once Again at Hualong Fishhead Steamboat & Tze Char (華龍魚頭爐,煮炒) @ 347 Ang Mo Kio [Near Singapore's AMK Hub]

Our occasional meetups with the Great Kon often start with where to have our meals and it's always a big headache as we would try to have something new yet couldn't quite decide the venue given the two major procrastinators; Alex and I.

Hence, we greatly appreciate whenever the Kon makes a decision and when he suggested a tze char place near Ang Mo Kio mrt station, i didn't think too much and only upon my arrival at ST31 Coffee House did i realise i had been there before! 

It's the same coffee shop that housed Hualong Fishhead Steamboat & Tze Char and yes, we would be having our meal with the same tze char stall too; albeit totally different dishes! For past review, click here

Without further ado, let me present to you the table full of food for just the three of us. Since I was there, i would definitely order the delicious satay! Do click here for the review on the satay.

Signature Wok Fried White Bee Hoon - served on a opeh leaf, i have mentioned countless times that i don't really fancy white bee hoon as it commonly veered to being too bland for liking.

It's the exact same case here and if not for the squeezed lime (do-it-yourself), i would have just whacked the prawn, the lala and the strips of pork belly. To be fair, those looking for healthier and less salty bee hoon would likely take to this version. 

Hakka Crispy Fried Pork - surprisingly not bad with a light, thin crisp that encapsulated the soft and tender meat. On one side, Kon felt that the taste of fermented beancurd (南乳) wasn't strong enough and on the other side, i personally prefer a lighter marination as the 南乳 can be overwhelming on the palate.

Claypot Sea Bream Fishhead - i thought it's impossible for us to clean up the entire claypot as it was just too much for the three of us, especially when one is a no-go when it comes to expandable stomach space. 

At only S$22, the fish was pretty meaty and there were tons of ingredients like cabbage, egg bean curd, cauliflower and pork belly! Mom would have been very happy if she were to come with us!  

Poached Chinese Spinach Soup with Egg Trio and Wolfberries - while many tze char stalls and Chinese restaurants serve this dish nowadays, quality varies widely and not many have the ability to make a very good. 

Over here at Hualong, i am pleasantly taken aback when i took a sip of the soup; it epitomized the perfection of combining sweetness, saltiness and egginess with a touch of ammonia coming from the century egg! Slurping good! 


Block 347, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, 
#01-2142, ST 31 Coffee Shop, 
Singapore 560347 (Near AMK Hub)

Contact for Reservation

Operating Hours 
Lunch - 11.00am to 2.30pm 
Dinner - 4.30pm to 11.00pm

Signature Wok Fried White Bee Hoon (L) - S$12.00
Hakka Crispy Fried Pork (S) - S$10.00
Claypot Sea Bream Fishhead - S$22.00
Poached Chinese Spinach Soup with Egg Trio and Wolfberries - S$9.00
(No GST, No Service Charge)

Additional Information
For menu and order list, click here

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