Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee

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The Hokkien mee is cooked at this stall by an elderly lady who whips everything up by herself with a massive wok. Unlike many hawker stalls that usually just own one shop unit, she owns two that are located side by side, with one that is used to just house massive refrigerators that stores all her ingredients. This is definitely a testament to how well her business is doing! Aside from that, she is famous for her snaking long queues that begin even before her stall opens, so you can expect there to be a long wait no matter what hour of the day you come down at. Supper lovers can also rejoice at the fact that she opens till around 1.30 am almost every day, making it a great destination to satisfy any Hokkien mee cravings you may have late at night.

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Slippery, aromatic and chock full of wok hei, this messy yet satisfying plate of Hokkien mee was definitely worth the long queue. Each plate comes laden with a gooey serving of Hokkien mee noodles that are garnished with sotong (squid) and prawns. The stock used to cook the dish is extremely concentrated and this is further enhanced by the strong wok hei. Pair this with the sambal chilli that is served on the side for a fiery-packed kick that adds a nice heat element to the dish. For a little zest, you can also drizzle a little lime juice over it. My only gripe would be that there were too little prawns given, but honestly, the strong flavours really make up for it! It definitely is one of the better Hokkien mees I’ve had in Singapore. The dish is also available in a variety of different sizes to suit how hungry you are, so you can a larger plate of it if you’re looking to share this with your friends and family.

Slippery, aromatic and chock full of wok hei, this messy yet satisfying plate of Hokkien mee was definitely worth the long queue. Each plate comes laden with a gooey serving of Hokkien mee noodles that are garnished with sotong (squid) and prawns. The stock used to cook the dish is extremely concentrated and this is further enhanced by the strong wok hei. Pair this with the sambal chilli that is served on the side for a fiery-packed kick that adds a nice heat element to the dish. For a little zest, you can also drizzle a little lime juice over it. My only gripe would be that there were too little prawns given, but honestly, the strong flavours really make up for it! It definitely is one of the better Hokkien mees I’ve had in Singapore. The dish is also available in a variety of different sizes to suit how hungry you are, so you can a larger plate of it if you’re looking to share this with your friends and family.

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※The shop's opening hours may vary due to COVID-19.

Mon 15:30~01:30
Tue 15:30~01:30
Wed 15:30~01:30
Thu
Fri 15:30~01:30
Sat 14:00~01:30
Sun 14:00~01:30
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  • #01-32, 90 WHAMPOA DRIVE, 320090
  • Whampoa Food Centre
  • NE9 Boon Keng NS20 Novena DT23 Bendemeer

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