Singaporean Vermicelli

Singapore

In the US, almost all Chinese restaurants have this on the menu. While it is called Singaporean Vermicelli, the dish doesn’t actually exist in Singapore. The closest variant of this dish is called Xing Chow Bee Hoon, which can be found at various food stalls in Singapore. Although recipes vary from one eatery to another, one thing is the same: unlike Singapore Vermicelli found in the US, Xing Chow Bee Hoon does not use any curry powder. And this Xing Chow Bee Hoon is what we are serving for you today, in case anyone wonders why there isn’t any curry taste in this dish.

$15.00

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Singaporean Vermicelli

Singapore

In the US, almost all Chinese restaurants have this on the menu. While it is called Singaporean Vermicelli, the dish doesn’t actually exist in Singapore. The closest variant of this dish is called Xing Chow Bee Hoon, which can be found at various food stalls in Singapore. Although recipes vary from one eatery to another, one thing is the same: unlike Singapore Vermicelli found in the US, Xing Chow Bee Hoon does not use any curry powder. And this Xing Chow Bee Hoon is what we are serving for you today, in case anyone wonders why there isn’t any curry taste in this dish.

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