SINGAPORE - A buffet breakfast at affordable prices. No wonder economic beehoon stalls dot the island and are a hearty breakfast staple here.
A basic version is a plate of fried beehoon with a slice of fried luncheon meat and a sunny side-up. But in these recessionary times, many beehoon stalls are upping their game, offering a wider variety of side dishes to attract new customers and keep regulars coming back. Most start as early as 5.30am and close by lunch time, but others offer "all-day dining" to cater to late lunches or even dinners.