Next up, Hong Guo is the #8 stop for our Bugis Junction Food Trail!
Hong Guo serves Yunnan and Si Chuan cuisine. One of their specialty is the 过桥米线. I have always walked past the restaurant and wondered what is 过桥米线 hehe.
过桥米线 includes a big bowl (or pot? haha) of soup, along with15 ingredients. And it seems that there is a sequence to put these ingredients into the bowl 🙂
called 辣子雞 in Chinese. I super love this! Deep fried chicken, that doesn’t leave an oily film
on your lips after eating. The meat is lean and tender. The spiciness kicks in after you
swallow the chicken. LOL.
the wok hei, and the fried rice was not too dry, flavourful and a little spicy.
has a slightly crispy exterior, to give way to a soft and mashy interior. The salted egg yolk
enhances the texture for this dish. Yums!!
I tried the filling on itself. It’s very flavourful, and then the spiciness kicks in! Haha. Thankfully
it’s only mildly spicy.
Review: Hong Guo came as quite a surprise to me, because I quite like their food! And to be honest, it probably won’t strike me to go there for a meal if not for this tasting. So, definitely a visit-again on my list 🙂 Great for people who loveeeee spicy food!
Must Try: Spicy Chicken, Seafood Fried Rice, Salted Egg Yolk Pumpkin.
Address: 200 Victoria Street, Bugis Junction, #B1-06