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Food For Now: Ebi Bar launches new item to benefit hawker community

Despite the no-dine-in restrictions this Phase 2 Heightened Alert, Ebi Bar has not been resting on their laurels. Constantly innovating, Ebi Bar will be expanding their menu to include their version of Hokkien Noodles (for a limited time only), introducing more sides and dips, as well as adding a Pao Fan series during lunchtime.

Ebi Bar is known for their rich umami broth and the Ebi Bar Hokkien Noodles ($12.90/$19.80) certainly packs a punch. Reviving a 1960s recipe, Ebi Bar’s Hokkien Noodles comes with sea cucumber, an ingredient that only towkays of the past could afford. Ebi Bar’s rendition is topped with ikura, giving the dish an added crunchy texture. In keeping with its no pork/no lard promise, the Hokkien Noodles is served with fried chicken skin. The $19.80 portion is served with a pair of Signature “Chao Da” Charred Ebi. Only 100 packs of Ebi Bar’s Hokkien Noodles will be sold so get it while stocks last. It is available only via takeaway and delivery.

To support the F&B community, Ebi Bar will be donating a portion of the proceeds of the Hokkien Noodles to a hawker centre. In celebration of National Day, the person who purchases the 56th pack of Hokkien Noodles can choose the hawker centre. Ebi Bar will then head down and buy food from the hawkers there, and later donate the food to the less-fortunate community.

Ebi Bar’s Signature “Chao Da” (Charred) Ebi Pao Fan has been very well-received since its debut in May. To provide diners with more choice during lunch time, Ebi Bar will be launching three more Pao Fan dishes. The Fish Pao Fan ($6.90), Seafood Pao Fan ($8.90), and Garoupa Pao Fan ($12.90) will give the lunch time crowd an easier and more affordable way to enjoy Ebi Bar’s delicious prawn broth with rice.

If diners prefer something less heavy, Ebi Bar will also be serving up their popular sides such as the Onion Rings and the Salted Mackerel Fried Chicken are now accompanied by home-made sauces such Curry Mayo and Tangy Sambal Belacan respectively. They will be joined by a new dish – 1960s Ngoh Hiang – a juicy tender chicken meat roll deep-fried in beancurd skin and drizzled with a sweet Teriyaki sauce.

Ebi Bar is located at B1-21 Cuppage Plaza, 5 Koek Road Singapore 228796.
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 11am – 10:30pm
Find them on Facebook and Instagram

Order their food for takeaway and delivery here Diners may also opt to order selected items from Ebi Bar via other delivery platforms which are soon to be confirmed.

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