It all started from a zi char hawker stall at Chong Pang Market in 1999 known for their signature dish, the white beehoon.

Published 2021-01-14 17:19:05

Singaporeans living in the North region will certainly have heard of the famous white bee hoon restaurant in Sembawang that always has snaking queues.

Its signature white bee hoon is a dish made out of rice vermicelli soaked in a rich and thick broth, which comes with seafood, egg and vegetables.

Called White Restaurant, it actually started out from a zi char hawker stall at Chong Pang Market in 1999.

Founder Tay King Huak later moved the business to Jalan Tampang in Sembawang in 2000, and evolved it into a casual dining restaurant.

Image Credit: White RestaurantIts official name was You Huak Restaurant but the popularity of the signature dish made customers refer to them as the “Sembawang White Bee Hoon Restaurant.”


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