Famous for Crossing the Bridge Noodle, a famous Yunnan, China dish. It serves Yunnan cuisine.
Hong Guo Hot
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Delicious and affordable
I’m a huge fan of spicy food. I also love soupy beef noodles. Put these together, and you get Hong Guo.
This restaurant serves one of my favourite noodle dishes, and it’s the Beef Yunan Noodle. The soup broth is thick, flavourful, and packs just the right amount of spiciness. The beef is tender and tasty, and when eaten together with the noodles and the soup, it’s like a taste of heaven... With an oriental twist, that is. But you get my point. A huge plus point is the price – it’s really afforable at just $7.50, so there’s no need to burn a big hole in your pocket!
I like having my noodles with the pork skewers, as they go really well with the spicy soup. I’ve tried also tried their Shanghai Dumplings, which although aren’t particularly remarkable, are a nice side dish for a Chinese meal. I’d love to try their signature noodles someday – it seems really interesting, as you would have to add the ingredients to the steaming broth yourself. However, I’ve first got to resist the temptation of the Beef Yunan Noodles!
Cheap and Good
Brought my Mum to the Chinatown Point and was attracted by the set meal price - S$7.80 for dinner on weekend! What a steal!
The service crew was patient to explain to us what "crossing the bridge noodle" work and brought us in quickly. I order the special noodle dish for my Mum and the lady who served my Mum explained what are the ingredients and helped my Mum as she was a stroke patient.
I order the spicy pork rib noodle set and my first reaction was exclaiming how nice the noodle tasted. The pork ribs was also tender and well-flavoured.
My hubby order chicken chop fried rice set. He did not like the rice but loved the chicken chop which was fried but not oily.
The food was served quickly and when we finished, payment was quickly processed. An overall pleasant dinner experience with cheap and yummy food.