Cheap & Good: Ugly but tasty satay bee hoon

The satay bee hoon (foreground) is a delightful orchestra of multiple ingredients, but the cuttlefish kangkong (background) is not salty enough.
The satay bee hoon (foreground) is a delightful orchestra of multiple ingredients, but the cuttlefish kangkong (background) is not salty enough.ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO

Slathered in sinfully thick and luscious peanut gravy, the satay bee hoon ($4, $5 and $6) from Meng Hui Satay Bee Hoon is certainly worth perspiring for.

The stall has been operating at Albert Centre Market and Food Centre for more than 30 years. Owner Chua Cher Hee, 64, cannot remember the exact year he started his business.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on October 06, 2019, with the headline 'Ugly but tasty satay bee hoon'. Print Edition | Subscribe