Controversial House of Seafood Spent “Close To $500K” To Create Instant White Bee Hoon - 8 Days Skip to main content

Advertisement

Advertisement

Controversial House of Seafood Spent “Close To $500K” To Create Instant White Bee Hoon

It’s now available for purchase as a frozen pack, and we do a taste test.

Controversial House of Seafood Spent “Close To $500K” To Create Instant White Bee Hoon

Some folks may remember local seafood restaurant House of Seafood, an eatery which drew flak for introducing a claw machine for catching crabs in 2019 and, most recently, took its leashed crabs out on a walk outside its Punggol Settlement eatery as “exercise”.

In January this year, it opened an offshoot eatery called House of White Bee Hoon, which is also located at The Punggol Settlement and specialises in seafood vermicelli. Other than its Signature White Bee Hoon ($6.90), they also serve other twists on the dish like Mala White Bee Hoon ($8.90) or atas Lobster White Bee Hoon (seasonal price), along with zi char-style dishes like Crispy Chicken Wings with Shrimp Paste ($13.90).

It also offers a take-home instant version of white bee hoon called Ready-To-Eat White Bee Hoon, which comes in a frozen microwave-safe box and costs $7.90.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Want More? Check These Out

You May Also Like