Bei-Ing Wanton Mee’s 3rd-Gen Hawker Opens New Stall, Sells Char Siew Don & Chicken Katsu Noodles - 8 Days Skip to main content

Bei-Ing Wanton Mee’s 3rd-Gen Hawker Opens New Stall, Sells Char Siew Don & Chicken Katsu Noodles

This hip hawker stall is a modern extension of the well-loved Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles HQ at Roxy Square 1.

Bei-Ing Wanton Mee’s 3rd-Gen Hawker Opens New Stall, Sells Char Siew Don & Chicken Katsu Noodles

While many next-generation hawkers aspire to elevate their family trade through deliberate business planning, Ray Yeo’s expansion of his family’s wonton mee stall has been somewhat serendipitous. The 29-year-old’s father is the owner of Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles, a popular stall that has been operating in the kopitiam of Roxy Square 1 in Katong since 1984, after taking over the business from his aunt, the original founder whom the stall is named after.

Last September, Ray opened Bei-Ing Wanton Mee at hawker-bar The Bullion, also in the Katong area. This marks the first expansion for the stall. “It wasn’t planned at all. I was very comfortable working at Roxy, with the short working hours (the Roxy stall is open from 11am to 4pm) and air-con environment,” admits the young hawker, sheepishly. Ray has been helping out at his family’s stall since he was 18. 

At his new venture, Ray brings modern touches to the menu with fusion fare like Japanese-style rice bowls and fried wonton with mentaiko, on top of the usual wonton mee. Prices for the signature noodles are the same at both outlets.

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