Ah Heng Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee (Bugis)

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269B Queen Street
#01-236 QS269 Food House
Singapore 182269

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09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

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Ah Heng Curry Chicken Bee Hoon is famous, or so I’ve been told. I consider myself a curry chicken connoisseur, but I usually eat my curry with rice or bread instead of noodles. Still, I’m always up for a good curry, so I ordered the large bowl for eight bucks to see if Ah Heng is as good as advertised.⠀

Truth be told, it’s alright. It’s sufficiently salty with a notable bit of sweetness, but it was awfully oily. The spice levels were manageable, but I simply had to turn up the heat with the superb sambal that Ah Heng has. It’s unbelievably umami, sufficiently spicy and thick, and Ah Heng could make a pretty penny if they packaged & sold their sambal chili. As for the rest of the bowl of curry chicken noodles, well, Ah Heng is rather generous with the portions of tau pok (beancurd puff) and potato chunks, and there’s a fair bit of chicken in there too. The chicken is tender and fairly juicy but bland, relying heavily on the curry for flavour.⠀

Ah Heng’s curry chicken ain’t bad, but I don’t find myself hankering for a second helping any time soon.

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This might be the best curry chicken noodle in SG! The broth is mild spicy yet the lemak flavour makes it so delectable. I love their homemade chilli that adds more kick to the broth as i am a spice lover. All ingredients are fresh and goes extremely well with the broth. A definite must try if you are near the area!👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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Tabao version for this period.
Seriously delectable bowl of curry, chosen thick yellow noodles.
Soft curry potatoes, tender chicken meat, sliced taupok soaked up some curry and bouncy fish cake.
Really shiok and satisfying.


Family has been coming back here for a long time. It’s not the most affordable bowl of noodles, but you get a good variety of ingredients like tau pok, chicken, fishcakes and potato chunks. While the chicken slices could be more tender, the highlight for us is their light and flavourful broth. It’s not oily, so it’s very drinkable and good to have soaked up with the strips of tau pok. For a stronger kick of heat, add their chilli!


Years ago, during my practice trainee period, my colleagues and I would patronise the Queen Street outlet and order takeaways to bring back to our air-conditioned office. Without fail, my female colleague would take the teensiest portion of chilli and still have to force back tears, whilst another colleague of mine, one of those tanned and laddish "I love soccer" type of guys (he eventually set up @alexandrafootballacademy with like-minded ball enthusiasts) would whack the chilli with grand machismo... and sweat through his white shirt while constantly drying himself with three-ply tissue.

Ah, memories (of the chilli, not the sweat-steeped tissue).


Many ingredients- smooth glistening pieces of chicken, juicy tau pok, fish cake and potato packed in a luscious curry soup base. Gotta love this $4.50 bowl of curry mee.

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