Ho Fook Hei, Good Food Leh

Ho Fook Hei is the latest venture by Joyden (Congrats)! And I must say, it is definitely a place for an enjoyable family Chinese dinner. Ho Fook Hei put its pride in its unique rendition of soy sauce chicken and variety of authentic Cantonese specialities prepared for time-honoured recipes passed down from generations!

Just look at this soy sauce chicken! Doesn’t it make you drool!? Well, it does for me! At a price of S$19 for half or S$35 for whole chicken, it is my personal favorite for now!

A simple yet delicious wanton noodles with char siew that can warm your heart. The noodles served by Ho Fook Hei does not contain that irritating alkaline or what I would call the “noodle-flour” after taste. It is soft yet ‘Q’ (springy) that would make me go for a second bowl.

And its char siew, I loved the way it is presented and the shimming goodness can be seen from the surface of the char siew and its fat that got me drooling. You can get yourself a plate of char siew at S$13!

Apart from that, is its individual big wanton that contains minced meat and chunks of prawn, black fungus and chives! A bowl of this Shrimp Dumpling or the Shrimp Wantons is priced at $8.80 in clear broth or with noodles; soup or dry.

Not only that, its pride and joy, the soy sauce chicken contains a special sauce that they do not wish to reveal, what I was told is that, the longer the day passes, the richer the sauce is! You can enjoy its simple yet utterly satisfying one-dish meal, the Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken Noodles at the price of S$8.80!

If you crave for something light and rich, do not hesitate to get yourself a bowl of Red Grouper Fish Fillet Congee at S$9.80! Each scoop of congee is so smooth and delicious!

If you want to get yourself some side dishes, do try out its Hei Chor a.k.a. deep fried prawn rolls, which is crispy on the outside, tender and crunchy in the inside!

For drinks or desserts, if you want something sour, get yourself the Signature homemade red apple and Hawthorne drink at S$3.50 and its above 10 years old aged Mandarin peel red bean soup at S$4.50!

This is another place where you can bring your family or perhaps your Significant Other’s Chinese grandparents to Ho Fook Hei and have them carve an awesome impression of you for letting them taste such good food! You are welcomed!

Ho Fook Hei
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-141 Great World City, Singapore 237994
Contact: (65) 6219 2262
Website: http://www.joyden.com.sg
Opening Hours:
– Daily: 11:30am to 3:30pm and 5pm to 9:30pm

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