I recently read about this cze char stall opposite Singapore Badminton Hall at Guillemard Road that has been discussed on local food forums for its impressive but expensive hor fun. Being a hor fun lover, I could not resist the temptation and decided to try it for myself.
A plate of seafood hor fun which costs $5 comes with fish cake, lean meat, pig's liver, pig's intestine and prawns. Instead of being deep fried with light soya sauce to a rich wok hei flavour like other famous hor fun, the thin kway teow is lightly fried with dark soya sauce to give it a dark colour and a savory taste. The delicious gravy is sweet and salty and coats the kway teow very well.
Compared with other famous hor fun, Fatty Weng seafood hor fun is certainly not over-priced in terms of the quality of its hor fun and the variety of its ingredients. Come down and try it to decide for yourself.
Fatty Weng Restaurant
94, Guillemard Road S399717