Seafood cheese bee hoon at Nic & Tom Eatery
At the mention of seafood bee hoon, White Restaurant’s signature rendition—also fondly known by Northies as Sembawang white bee hoon—often comes to mind. Nic & Tom Eatery, which gained fame at their now-defunct Serangoon Gardens outlet for their seafood cheese bee hoon, has just reopened at their new Chinatown location, with an incredible opening promotion.
For those who are unfamiliar with Nic & Tom Eatery, they were founded by two Gen-Z cousins, Nicholas Lim and Tommy Pang, whom the eatery is named after. Their faces also grace the eatery’s logo, so you’ll definitely recognise them should they be around!@eatbooksg
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Food at Nic & Tom Eatery
We started our meal with Abalone Cheese Beehoon ($15.90++), which is one of four cheese bee hoon dishes here, differing only in the ingredients they are served with. The most basic Seafood Cheese Beehoon ($9.90++) comes with fresh prawns, scallops, and prawn paste balls, while the Abalone, and Big Scallop Cheese Beehoon ($15.90) are the most expensive.