Review Bgain 293 Eating House, 293 Yishun Street 22, Singapore

Review BGAIN 293 Eating House - Singapore 293 Yishun Street 22

“New owner, new stalls and have new industrial fans!” or “$3.50 for this cabbage dish. Flavoursome and substantial.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Bgain 293 Eating House. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Bgain 293 Eating House is quality.

Introduction about Bgain 293 Eating House

Here are some fundamental details regarding Bgain 293 Eating House. In terms of Coffee shop, it is generally believed that Bgain 293 Eating Houseis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 293 Yishun Street 22, #01-207, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Coffee shop, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Website: http://www.bgaineh.com/
  • Address: 293 Yishun Street 22, #01-207, Singapore
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Detailed information of Bgain 293 Eating House

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Open 24 hours.

Distance

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14.48 km14 minute17 minute12 minute

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Website

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Address

You can directly come to 293 Yishun Street 22, #01-207, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Bgain 293 Eating House reviews

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Is Bgain 293 Eating House good?

To determine whether Bgain 293 Eating House is good or not, not only based on the provided information, you but also need to consider the detailed evaluations from customers who have previously experienced the service here, such as:

“New owner, new stalls and have new industrial fans!”

“Served very delicious vege mixed rice... Very nice fried omelette oysters egg”

“My all time favourite Sliced fish beehoon with extra milk here! Another hidden gem in yishun I could finish the whole bowl with nothing left …”

“Nice coffee & tea. A very relaxing place for gathering of friends.”

“Excellent Tze Char Stall! Food is great, price is very reasonable.”

“Well this is my old place lors of people and many good foof”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 85 feedbacks with an overall score of 4 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 68% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Bgain 293 Eating House, 293 Yishun Street 22, Singapore

There is a total 85 reviews

4 / 5

68%

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    BrYan LeE

    Love the chicken rice in bamboos… N the chicken rice store sell cheap chicken too…

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    leong leong

    A 24 hours kopitiam

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    Isaac Lai

    Good

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    Beng Keat Lim

    Nice coffee

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    Tan Si Yu

    Very bad zichar wang jiao

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    A k

    many food but many people also.. hot

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    Poh Ivy

    Being nice is so difficult.

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    Koh Choon Eng

    Good food with afforded prices.

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    Kwong Fei Yee

    Went to this place for lunch on a Sunday 1:30pm. Quite a number of tables available. Parking is also convenient – just need to wait for a few minutes. The place has many stalls selling a variety of food. The place is airy with many fans. Can come again.

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    Sam Lim

    Food not bad

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    Piang Choy Chong

    Many people agree, including me, that the coffee here is great, strong and fragrant. The food is the best stew in Rongcheng, or their fragrant and delicious red chicken/noodles, and then it is really steamed and handmade. Instant steamed buns/Yi Shao Bao. I’m here almost 5 days a week

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    Desmond Loh

    Nice economy rice

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    Chua Mui Cher

    BGAIN 293 Eating House just carried out renovation work to the stalls. Situated at Yishun St. 22 just across the church. There is one stall Rong Zheng selling many varieties of soup meal with rice, price wise is reasonable and food taste is comparable to those at food court. I specially like the bamboo rice with either chicken or pork. Also one stall still selling chicken rice at $2.00 which is quite unique especially at coffee shop. Worth a try if happen to pass by Yishun area.

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    Jiun Wei Yee

    Normal coffee shop with standard food… Nothing to shout about

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    LowTuckWah勞德華

    very good

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    黄富历

    There are a lot of delicious food, every stall has a good feeling, and the service is very good

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    Ck Wong

    Nice and cheap roasted pork and chicken

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    Clifford

    Very good roasted duck noodles. Excellent skin, crunchy noodles. The chilli is sedap and surprisingly spicy.

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    Dani Kristyawati-Teo

    Long standing stall such as the one selling pork ribs in black beans sauce, red wine chicken and chap chay. Also their zi char is not to miss. Will always go back for that.

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    Loyhin LIW

    Mixed vegetable rice is very cheap

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    Thomas Wong

    Nice veg stall

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    FoodieDirectory

    Coffee shop with different stalls.
    Wanton mee/ char siew rice, mixed vegetables, soups, Muslim food, fish bee hoon, zi car.
    The soup stall sells bamboo rice, which is not bad.
    Mixed vegetables stall is good value. Fish bee hoon sambal chili is special and goes well with their different fare. One of the better coffeeshops amongst the 4 in the neighbourhood.
    Newly opened Hua Zai serves cheap and good soya sauce chicken. Only stall with a long queue here.

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    William Lee

    If you had read blog or other reviews on the “best” Char Kway Teow stalls in Singapore, you need to try this stall first before trying out others. Use this as a yardstick instead. In the 80s, tuck away in the Jalan Kukoh hawker centre, there was an old man selling Teochew fried kway teow, I would say, one of the best. The crispy pork lard was amazing. The old man passed on and his son’s frying was not up to par and was closed subsequently. Gosh, now, the same taste is found at 花花 or hua hua cooking and eating, block 293 Yishun Street 22 BGAIN COFFEESHOP. The cooks are Vietnamese but the taste is consistent regardless who is cooking it, simply amazing. Of course, it would be perfect if crispy pork lard is thrown in. I did a search, I believe they were previously from Yishun Park Hawker Centre. Hua hua sells carrot cake and several others, I did not try. But, their Char Kway Teow wow me !!! I went there 3 days consecutively… Time to do my Butterfly strokes to burn off the extra calories.

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    Elizabeth Kalaiselvi

    Vegetarian food is delicious

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    Xinnz Pann

    Newly renovated.sufficient workers.

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    Kwong Fei Yee

    Went to this place for lunch on a Sunday 1:30pm. Quite a number of tables available. Parking is also convenient – just need to wait for a few minutes. The place has many stalls selling a variety of food. The place is airy with many fans. Can come again.

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    Maxlim Lim

    have smoking corner

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    Lin weixiong

    Good variety of food

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    陳文興

    Hot and cool depend on weather

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    神牛FW.

    Multiple chose of food with reasonable prices

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    Qu Jia

    The pork noodle here is good

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    Albert Ng

    The duck rice stall serve very delicious duck rice

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    Vincent Mok

    Many delicious n economic food to choose

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    Su Imah

    Always going breakfast there

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    Jolene Png

    One of my favourite makan place whenever I work here.

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    Kel Tan

    Just a normal coffee shop but I like the kopi c less sugar

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    shigella tan

    A good spread of food comprising chicken rice, noodles, zhi char, briyani, chap chai rice and lots more. Can be very crowded from 12 to 1 pm. The fried char kway tiao is seriously good. Moist and savoury with lots of wok hei. This is one of the last remnant of stalls that is only charging $2 for a plate of chicken rice at the time of writing. It’s pretty good.

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    Veronica Eng

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    Steve Tham

    A normal place to eat for neighborhood.

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    Francis Sim

    Muslim and vegetarian stalls are good here

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    Boon Teck

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    Wong Cheewooi

    good

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    Claire Chong

    Typical neighbours coffeshop with some 24hr dining option.

    Good selection of stalls: nasi lemak, Western, fish soup, Fishball Noodle roasted, Japanese, Yong tofu, zi char, economy mixed rice, desserts

    Always crowded during meal time, can be challenging to look for empty tables.

    The owner need to take note on the cleanliness during busy meal time. Tables can be messy.

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    BJ Toon

    You can still get your $2 chicken rice there. And also the black/white carrot cakes fried by one Vietnamese couple. Standard good and you can also try their fried Hokkien noodles without pork. My Malay friends loved it. Price reasonable.

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    William Lee

    If you had read blog or other reviews on the “best” Char Kway Teow stalls in Singapore, you need to try this stall first before trying out others. Use this as a yardstick instead. In the 80s, tuck away in the Jalan Kukoh hawker centre, there was an old man selling Teochew fried kway teow, I would say, one of the best. The crispy pork lard was amazing. The old man passed on and his son’s frying was not up to par and was closed subsequently. Gosh, now, the same taste is found at 花花 or hua hua cooking and eating, block 293 Yishun Street 22 BGAIN COFFEESHOP. The cooks are Vietnamese but the taste is consistent regardless who is cooking it, simply amazing. Of course, it would be perfect if crispy pork lard is thrown in. I did a search, I believe they were previously from Yishun Park Hawker Centre. Hua hua sells carrot cake and several others, I did not try. But, their Char Kway Teow wow me !!! I went there 3 days consecutively… Time to do my Butterfly strokes to burn off the extra calories.

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    Jason K

    stuffy

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    Edgar Wong

    Good food at reasonable prices

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    Kia Hua Beh

    You can try it, it’s good

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    Julien

    Good food, so crowded at lunch. Better than the other kopitiam beside.

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    Alvin Tan

    Came here for the red yeast chicken

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    TinHwai Poa

    Not bad, the Hokkien Mee there is good.

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    Ban Guan Gea

    Place was crowded and popular with locals. Service was good and the food was not bad. Price was reasonable.

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    Gary Ng

    Bad bad chicken rice yesterday noon bought at Blk 293 coffeeshop, named Hong xx.

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    Ngo Him Lang, Marcus

    Nice and reasonable price.

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    Irene Ho

    The roast meat stall is affordable and delicious.

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    Phoebe Lim

    $3.50 for this cabbage dish. Flavoursome and substantial.

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    Deepak O

    Restaurant which serves foods from different culture.

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    Cy Goh

    Simple and comfort food available, my wife prefer the mee rebus sold here

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    Hong Kia Thang

    The location is convenient for transportation, there are many choices for dining points, and it is cheap

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    Skyler Han

    The zhi cha stall is good!

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    Md Maschequenoor

    Nice halal food

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    osman teo

    Well this is my old place lors of people and many good foof

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    Edward Rodrigues

    Good porridge there

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    isy

    many good foods around here

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    Seow Kweng Hong

    Some good and affordable hawker food available there especially the $2.00 chicken rice.

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    soh edward

    Sad that that’s no Muslim stall there.
    Previous Muslim stall had good breakfast mee siam/ rebus.

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    Chan Toh Thim

    Nothing fantastic, just like any coffee shop.

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    Miss Lishan

    Nice milk tea here.

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    Choon Liang Tang

    Nice coffee n tea.

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    Wang Haiyan

    The store is tidy and popular. The toilets in the coffee shop are dirty and shared by men and women.

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    Olive橄榄廖

    New owner, new stalls and have new industrial fans!

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    Sugumar Sugumar

    Very nice food. Good to eat all the restaurant

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    Chye Heng Tan

    Excellent Tze Char Stall! Food is great, price is very reasonable.

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    Maggie

    My all time favourite Sliced fish beehoon with extra milk here! Another hidden gem in yishun I could finish the whole bowl with nothing left …

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    huifen chen

    Good coffee here. The new Tim sum store serves tasty tim sum. I recommend char siew bun, braised pork bun, carrot cake, siew mai, yam pastry. The black and white carrot cake store also serves delicious fried carrot cake.

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    Pathma Pakirisamy

    Cheap

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    Atanne Leon

    Hua Chai HK Roast Meat stall serves cheap & nice chicken & roast meat rice/noodle seemingly very attractive for the elderly and not so rich. However the poor elderly had to bear with grumpy & grouchy male servers before paying and getting their food. If you dare tell them-off, be prepared to get a packet of much too salty inedible chicken rice. It use to have a long queue but not any more. Only those who can tolerate their nonsence scolding and need cheaper food bother to patronise them. I admit the food is not bad but why bother, if the rude service kills your appetite.

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    Desmond Pang Chin Tiong

    Nice coffee & tea. A very relaxing place for gathering of friends.

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    JooHoon Choo

    Served very delicious vege mixed rice… Very nice fried omelette oysters egg

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    ST Lim San Teng

    Nice

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    Mia Munshi

    Nice local food reasonably priced..

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    Gary Ng

    Bad bad chicken rice yesterday noon bought at Blk 293 coffeeshop, named Hong xx.

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    Mich Lim

    24h place, quite clean ans reliable.

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    Jen Tan

    Nice food here

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    kl kong

    lots of goodies

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