Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Yon Yan Chicken Wings @ West Coast Market Square. Singapore 永焱

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Yon Yan chicken wings and bee hoon really need no introduction as the stall was extensively featured in all forms of media after PM Lee visited them in 2014.

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This was my first visit to Yon Yan since Mr Aw moved from Redhill to West Coast Market Square (across the road from West Coast Plaza).

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There was a long queue at Yon Yan the whole time I was there at the stall.

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Yon Yan's menu is displayed on the glass cabinet. The top sellers are bee hoon and fried chicken wings. For just $2 ($1.40 wings & 60 cents bee hoon), one can have a simple tasty meal at Yon Yan.

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For $1.40 a piece, Yon Yan's fried chicken wing is large. It is fried till golden brown and there is no greasy slick on the outside.

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Fried in small batches, the thin evenly golden brown skin is crispy. Coupled with long queues and fast turnover, everyone gets freshly fried chicken wings at Yon Yan. Flavour was gently savoury, maybe a bit too mild for some but it was just nice for my taste buds.

Under the skin, meat was hot, tender and juicy. It was also slightly savoury from the marination.

Altogether, it's a nice fried chicken wing with the skin, fat and meat providing layers of savoury flavours and interesting variations in texture. It's an affordable pleasure most people can afford.

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Yon Yan's fried bee hoon is the definition of simplicity.

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The bee hoon had just the right moistness - it was not wet and there was no drippy sauce. Flavour was gentle savouriness as it's just light savoury sauce tossed with bee hoon and a bit of oil and water, that's all.

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The simple bee hoon eaten with the savoury crispy chicken wings and robustly savoury spicy sambal belacan, is what keep Yon Yan's fans coming back for more.

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Mr Aw uses belacan from Penang and dried chili peppers for his house made sambal belacan.

Yon Yan uses Chop Kim Hoa belacan from Penang 👈 click

My previous post on Mr Aw's stall when he was in Redhill 👈 click

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Restaurant name: Yon Yan 永焱

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Address: West Coast Market Square, Blk 726 Clementi West Street 2 #01-191, Singapore 120726 
GPS:  1°18'14.0"N 103°45'53.2"E | 1.303895, 103.764768 
Hours: 11:00am – 2:00pm | 5:00pm - 8:30pm (Sun, Mon off)

Non Halal

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Date visited: 20 Feb 2018

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2 comments:

  1. wah the que already v long.. aft this post lagi jialat liao

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  2. Too long queue and not worth the wait ... And old uncle is disrespectful towards his customers

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