Fried Hor Fun is one of those dishes that you tell whether it is good or not by smelling it. Amazingly, there are not many foods like that in our hawker centres. Let’s see, Mee Pok, Chicken Rice, Char Siew Rice, Fish Soup, Poh Piah, Rojak even Hokkien Mee. You don’t really smell these as much as a good Wok Hei from a well fried Hor Fun. There is something magical about the combination of Kway Teow (Rice Noodles), oil and soy sauce fried in a smoking wok which you don’t get with frying noodles.
Hor Fun is often a dish which you order from the Cze Char. There aren’t many specialized Hor Fun stalls like this one where Hor Fun is the main dish, which is why I got excited when I heard about it. That and the fact that I really haven’t found a great Hor Fun which I can recommend anywhere else.
I loved the Hor Fun and the sauce but I found the ingredients over tenderized and lacking flavour. It would have been perfect if the beef had a bit more bite and the prawns where not so springy. Otherwise I really enjoyed the Hor Fun. 4.25/5
One of the best places to get a good plate of Hor Fun with Wok Hei. Too bad the meat and prawns are over tenderized.
Hin Beef Hor Fun