Time Out says
Jalan Besar hardly lacks good food options after dark, and Yong Kee is no exception. Much of the buzz around this corner coffeeshop centres on its crispy beehoon ($6-$18) – rice noodles flattened into a cake and seared brown on one side – which harks of the slightly charred noodles cooked up across the Causeway.
Other specialties served at the old-school kopitiam that fills its air with Channel 8 broadcasts include juicy battered prawns with salad cream ($25) served with fruit in a cored-out honeydew, claypot egg tofu ($10-$15), and mess of salt and Chinese herb-steamed chicken leg parts ($14) – a dish only your mother would order for its perceived health benefits.
43 Jalan Besar
|Opening hours:||Daily 5.30pm-3am, closed every first Wed of the month|
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