03 January, 2008

Hup Kee - Fried Oyster Omelette

Once stood the famous makan icon in Singapore…the Esplanade Satay Club – the breezily located Makansutra Gluttons Bay offers plenty of local food galore. And among them stood one of my favourite ‘Ou Luak’, or Fried Oyster Omelette Stall – Hup Kee (Orchard).

This stall started off in the 70's at the famous Orchard Carpark night hawkers and now operates two outlets, the other being at the Newton Hawker Centre. What is so amazing about their dish as compared to others is that the eggs and the sweet potato flour are somehow done crispier, and less oily, which sources revealed is based on a 40-year-old recipe. I personally also found the eggs to be rather fluffy inside which gives it an excellent bite.

You will also find a good number of fresh, succulent and plump Korean Oysters served on top with a sprinkling of freshly cut coriander and spring onions. The chilli sauce that comes alongside is also tangy and very addictive. Standard of the dish is consistent, as I have since gone back a couple of times and definitely value for money! A must try every time I am around the vicinity.


Food: 4.5/5 (Excellent)
Service: 4/5 (Very efficient)
Ambience: 3.5/5 (Open-air, slightly hot and humid at times)
Price: 4.5/5 (Value for money)
Total: 16.5/20
Stall K, Makansutra Gluttons Bay
Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039802 [CLOSED]


michelle said...

oh gosh! you're making my mouth water! i love that "oh lua"!!!!!!

His Food Blog said...

Ha ha... guess what? I am catching "Beauty World" tomorrow at the esplanade. You can be dead sure which stall I will be visiting @ gluttons bay for dinner tomorrow. :)

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