Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon At maxwell food centre

Welcome to Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon in Singapore. They make delicious Fish Head Bee Hoon, a famous dish here. Their chefs use fresh ingredients to make it just right. Whether you love local food or are new to it, they want you to try our special dish. Enjoy the yummy flavors in a friendly place that feels like home. Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon is where good food and happy times come together.

Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon Menu

At Jin Hua in Maxwell Food Centre, they make yummy fish soup. Choose a whole fish head (milkfish or grouper) or sliced fish served with rice noodles in a tasty broth. You can even add milk for extra creaminess! Want something different? Try their deep-fried fish chunks instead. Everything’s super affordable, costing around $4-$5. Enjoy.

DishesPrice In SGD
Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon$10.99
Sliced Fish Bee Hoon$8.99
Combo Special: Jin Hua Feast$17.99
Extra Fish Head$3.50
Extra Rice Vermicelli$2.00
Spicy Level AdjustmentMarkeet price
(Mild, Medium, Spicy)Markeet price

Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon Singapore Location

Address: 1 Kadayanallur St, #01-77, Singapore 069184

Opening Hours: Monday To Sunday: 11:15 AM – 7:30 PM

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon halal-certified?

No, Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon is not halal-certified, as the dish features fish.

What is the specialty of Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon?

Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon is known for its delicious Fish Head Bee Hoon, a popular Singaporean dish with flavorful broth and perfectly cooked fish head.

Where is Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon located in Maxwell Food Centre?

You can find Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon at Maxwell Food Centre, situated in the heart of Singapore. Look for the stall in the food centre.

What are the opening hours of Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon?

The operating hours may vary, but typically Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon opens for lunch and dinner. Check the stall’s specific timings for the most accurate information.

Are there other dishes besides Fish Head Bee Hoon on the menu?

While Fish Head Bee Hoon is the star of the menu, Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon may offer other local delights. Check the menu for additional options.

Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon Singapore Reviews

KA WiryohatmojoKA Wiryohatmojo
15:13 14 May 24
Super delicious! As a non-fish eater I feel that the fish odor was properly controlled and the beehoon was so good. Comfortable and filling. I tried the sliced fish soup and I loveee it, which is special bc this is coming from a vegetarian who normally wouldn’t touch animal meat! My bf loves the fish head soup. The soup is milky but not too much. Service is also quick and efficient considering the queue
Royal PearsRoyal Pears
04:52 08 May 24
Fish meat bee hoon soup ($6 for medium) - Not bad.From an earlier visit:Fish meat bee hoon soup (魚肉米粉) ($6 for medium) - not bad but not many fish slices.
Dru LuDru Lu
15:31 10 Apr 24
Shiok fish bee hoon! The soup is flavourful, light, and not at all fishy. The fish slice is also very fresh. However, I have slight preference for the fried fish that has an airy texture to go along with soup with evaporated milk which is denser and more flavourful. The small size is plenty big enough for one person and has good amount of fish. The only thing to watch out for is the super slow queue. 12 people ahead is about half hour wait.
05:15 09 Mar 24
Meal time: 2024/3 weekday morning.The on-site store told me that it will open at 11:30, but in fact, you can order at 11:10. Ordering fish fillet rice noodle soup with milk is the signature. The soup after adding milk is very delicious, rich but refreshing, full of aroma, and the soup is not ordinary. The taste of Taiwanese Ginger Fish Soup is a warm and moist flavor after simmering fish bones for a long time. It is a rare seasoning in Taiwanese cuisine. I personally recommend trying it.If you are a tourist, it is recommended to arrive at 10:30 in the morning to eat Tian Tian first, and wait until about 11:10 to order fish fillet rice noodles. The time is just right, because each bowl is freshly cooked and takes a long time. If you miss the first round, you will have to wait for a long time and queue up. Sometimes the store will ask if you want to add milk, so please remember to add it. Even if you order the medium bowl ($6 SGD), the overall portion is quite large, including thick rice noodles and fish fillets. Although the fish soup is less distinctive and slightly lighter, overall the meal is very filling. , refreshing and comfortable.
mt mtmt mt
14:32 01 Mar 24
Junhao TanJunhao Tan
10:32 23 Jan 24
this fish soup stall always have long line of locals and tourists queuing for it! went on a Sunday afternoon and there wasn’t much ppl so I decided to try! Ordered the fried fish basic bowl and added milk and I really like the taste! Tho the fish wasn’t that fresh not sure if it’s frozen but then it’s not a deal breaker. For me I like the slightly creamy, slight xo flavours, milky broth, so comforting and shiok to just sip on it. For that, I really think this one stall that you must try here at Maxwell food centre!
12:10 06 Nov 23
The mixed fish soup contained about ten thick slices of fish, which were firm but bland (lacked of fish sweetness). There was a generous portion of vegetables. The soup was delicious but nothing extraordinary. Rather pricey at $8.50 for the standard. Polite seller. E-payment available. The tray looked unsanitary though.
10:27 24 Jun 23
Ordered the large fish soup ($7) as takeout and boy, is the soup tasty💯! Added less milk for mine and I really like the taste - rich and flavourful yet not too thick/gao. Also generous with fish slices👍🏻 and to top it off, the lady boss taking orders came off as approachable and nice, which is somewhat rare these days. All in all, prefer the soup here over the other competitor stall with a generally long queue. Will patronise again!
ShiJie OngShiJie Ong
17:35 15 Jan 23
Fresh and tasty fish soup! Flavourful but not salty! One of the few fish soup I will drink.Portion can be more generous, especially with the vegetables.Overall, I have enjoyed this for many years, and the standard remains despite the long queue. Be prepared to wait in the queue as they cook each bowl upon order. They sell out early too, so don’t go too late.
Kim Wee SohKim Wee Soh
12:46 03 Apr 22
I have read a few times from bloggers about this fish soup. Today decided to give it a go since there is pretty much no queue. Stall front look rustic and honestly a bit tired. Didn't know what to go for, usually the fresh fish option but read somewhere their fried fish is good, hence asked for both fish option and was told it will be $8. So be it. Was asked if I want milk in my soup, hell no. I want clean, clear, tasty fish soup. Ordered then already regretted. If at $8 I might as well get grouper? Whatever. So be it. Felt a bit weird getting my order, they offer house chopsticks but gives you only disposable plastic spoons. Damn, hate to drink good soup from tiny disposable spoons. Took my order, went to a bright table, snap some pics and tucked in. The soup is clean and clear, flavours light but a bit underwhelming, and the fried shallots overwhelming. Considered passable but nothing to shout about. The thin fish slices fairly generous, firm and taut. Not as springy as I would have liked. The fried fish strips are normal. So hence a bowl of passable soup. But with Amoy's Han Kee and Chinatown's Mr Fish within 10 minutes walk, unlikely I would come back for this.

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