Sembawang White Bee Hoon Founder Opening Prawn Noodle Eatery With Lok Lok
The 68-seat Fei Lou Fatt will also offer “prawn-zuke”, a version of Japanese ochazuke with prawn broth.
Ask any Singaporean about their favourite comfort food, and you will likely hear “ prawn noodles”. When done right, the soupy dish is a joy to slurp up — springy crustaceans and noodles soaking in rich, briny broth.
While prawn mee hawker stall Ming’s Prawn Noodle recently announced its closure due to rising operational costs, there’s a new eatery to check out if you’re craving for the dish.
Called Fei Lou Fatt (which means ‘prosperous fat man’ in Cantonese), it’s opened by and named after the nickname of Tay King Huak, founder of the famed Sembawang white bee hoon restaurant chain. The 68-seat casual diner is located in a shophouse near Springleaf MRT station at Upper Thomson Road, and will start serving customers on February 8.