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When I ate it, I immediately understood why it got Bib Gourmand. Closed on Mondays. The noodles, though fried, were served with a bit of gravy, keeping this dish slightly moist. Price: $5 onwards The plate of scrumptious Hokkien Mee includes yellow noodles, bee hoon, eggs, beansprouts, sliced pork belly, prawns, squids, garlic and sinful pork lard. We will verify and update from our side. hahaha Toa Payoh people would agree with us, nobody else take the place of Original Tian Tian Lai !!! The hunt for the Best Hokkien Mee in Singapore started because we ate a bowl of delicious $48 Hokkien Mee at Sky on 57; and we wonder if we can find a plate at hawker centres and kopitiams to rival the elevated version. Well, good friends share calories too right? Tastewise, it’s normal. Cons: NA. Closed on alternate Tuesdays. This is perhaps one of the fewer plates of Hokkien Mee boasting an eggy goodness. Address: 556 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218181. They give more white noodles than yellow noodles—SPGs, haha kidding. From the name of the stall, it’s obvious that the owners want to highlight their ‘orh lua’ (oyster omelette), but their Hokkien Mee far outshines the mediocre plate of ‘orh lua’. I found a cockroach in my sugarcane juice. I asked the aunty how to read the Chinese name for the stall but she doesn’t know too! He diligently wakes up at 4am every day and starts working at 5am. For photo purpose, we took extra two prawns and a few slices of sotong from another plate of Hokkien Mee and placed it on this plate. Nevertheless, for those who like spicy food, their chilli is definitely something for you to look forward to. We went to Nam Seng at Old Airport Road three times (Wed noon, Sat noon, another Sat 6pm) and it was closed. Some people prefer the Singapore Hokkien Prawn Mee to be more moist while others prefer it drier. We’re not sure why it was surprisingly quiet around dinner time on a Saturday night at Yang Zhou Fried Hokkien Mee but the bunch of aunties sitting at the table beside us said the queue here is always crazy. Went on Wed, but it was closed. We ordered 3 plates of Hokkien Mee ($5 each). It looks gorgeous, noodles swimming in a pool of stock. i rely on food blogs when deciding where to eat and yours is, by far, my favourite :) i love how authentic your voice is and how you don’t ‘sell out’ by doing paid advertorials. Price: $4 Now transiting from parents to son cooking…. Everyone is standing around, and when ah boy spots you, he will ask you what you want. Waiting Time: 30 min Pros: Plenty of seats. They still use banana leaf for take-away but unfortunately when I ate in, they didn’t use it. Ming Hoe KambungboyCitygal. Green: Dinner only A smoky fragrance lingers as you savour each mouthful of noodles. 酉 is pronounced as you3. The ingredients are quite generous without special request to add on more. Cons: small portion. According to his caring wife, Aunty Soon, they close from 2pm to 4pm so Uncle Soon can sleep and take a break. Best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore My fault, I should have checked their regular updates on facebook first. People at Katong/Joo Chiat area drive like maniacs. The wet version is more starchy while the dry version is al dente. You should go and try the hokkien mee at 453A Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 to try the hokkien and I personally Rank top 10 in Singapore. The price starts from $10, with $15, $20, $25 and $30 versions. Thanks for the hard work! Quite good. His father started selling Hokkien Mee in a push cart in Tiong Bahru during the olden days. Housed in the Punggol Nasi Lemak Centre, the hawker stall offers some interesting but monotonous Hokkien Prawn Mee. We wouldn’t say this is disappointing. Price: $3.50 There are two hokkien mee stalls (see Ah Hock #3), both are equally good and different. Using styrofoam plates, killing environment. Price: $3 Anyway, it’s better if you give Mr Toh a call to order your Hokkien Mee. The chilli can be savory or sweet, but it must complement the hokkien mee. They put more beehoon, which can absorb the stock better. Limited carpark lots. Their rationale is that beehoon can absorb more stock. Waiting Time: 30 min. Clean food centre. 6. and lardy but not greasy. Cons: hard to get here. Thanks for the kind words! Not all lard are delicious. 925 yishun central Hokkien Mee. I also didn’t like that it has no texture, all soggy. Pros: friendly hawkers. Guess the Hokkien Mee just lacked the “wow” factor. Friendly uncle. Chinatown Cheng Kee Hokkien Mee. ( Log Out /  Starting at $3 per plate, the yellow noodles and thin bee hoon are accompanied by squids, prawns, slices of pork belly and bits of pork lard. Waiting Time: 10 min Great chilli with hae bee (I think). Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Waiting Time: 5 mins Waiting Time: 5 min Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 11.30am to 9.30pm. It’s the wet version but the noodles aren’t nuah and still retain the texture. Cons: limited parking. Price: $4 onwards Two guys were manning. Pros: decent offering at a food court. Expensive. Opening Hours: 10am to 8pm. 888 Hokkien Mee cr: Jackson Chua. The wet Hokkien mee is bland, but has wok hei and comes with plump prawns. Address: 396 East Coast Road, Singapore 428994. Definitely bookmarking this :) Thanks for coming out with this list. The broth was simmered with tip-top quality prawns and pork bones for 3 hours hence, bringing out the sweetness of the prawns. Hence, you see a bigger portion of Hokkien Mee. They serve fried rice too, which seems more popular than the hokkien mee. Waiting Time: 5 min Usually I don’t like sweet sambal to pair with sweet hokkien mee but in this case, the combination works. There is one very nice at the boon lay market that u miss out. Wild sea prawns give a sweeter taste and boast a more delicate flesh. This is my gold standard for Hokkien Mee. There is no proper queue system and the uncle doesn’t write down the orders. Waiting Time: 30 min It doesn’t matter which area of Singapore you live in as there is a good one at almost every corner of Singapore. So today we deliver you Top 10 Hokkien Mee in KL You Need to Try, ever. Some stalls do bad lard which is a complete waste of calories. Price: $4 Hokkien Mee (RM 7 for one pax) Almost every table ordered at least one plate of their signature charcoal fried hokkien mee. This reminds me Ah Hock (#3), Thye Hong (#13), and Tian Tian Lai (#10) because they all have a floral scent and they use more white noodles than yellow. Pros: NA. I don’t remember eating thin white ones when I was young (it seems to be newly created to replace the thick ones because the thin ones are cheaper in costs). The dish is moist with pork belly, small prawns and squid but is not as eggy as a lot of Hokkien Mee out there. Waiting Time: 10 min Cons: Limited tables and parking during peak hour. There is no queue system here. Limited seats and parking. There are 2 Hokkien mee stalls in the hawker centre: Li Xing and Xie Kee (see #46). Stall 29, Bedok Corner Food Centre, 1 Bedok Road, Singapore 469572, #01-40, Pek Kio Market and Food Centre, 41A Cambridge Road, Singapore 211041, #01-16, Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, 51 Hougang Avenue 9, Singapore 538776. But magic happens in the chilli. Overall Experience: 4/5. Address: #01-40, Pek Kio Market and Food Centre, 41A Cambridge Road, Singapore 211041. Pros: big portions. Cons: no parking. Pros: they deliver to your table. So he forgot our order and we waited for 40 mins! This is a surprisingly good plate. You get a few pieces of thinly sliced prawns and sotong. We will prolly drop by and add more to our list. A restaurant with service and air con. Pros: they deliver. One plus point is the noodles doesn’t have the kan sui (alkaline) taste or smell. Address: Yong Xing Mian Jia Coffeeshop, Blk 155, Bukit Batok Street 11, Singapore 650155. Hence, you get a plate of Hokkien Mee that is immensely rich in flavours, very tasty! The sweetness of the stock has been well-soaked by the noodles. Most of the featured stalls are north east n east. The lard is lao hoong, but the chilli has a good kick. Although the noodles haven’t fully absorbed the prawn stock, it is very sweet. Don’t waste your calories on food that aren’t worth it so, we recommend ordering a plate of Hokkien Mee for sharing if you’re in a big group. Waiting Time: 5 min. Using wild sea prawns, squid and pork to cook the rich stock, it is such a rare find because many hawkers would just go for tiger prawns. Seemed like the hokkien mee has been placed on the rough side and not on the smooth side. There are three Hokkien mee stalls at ABC Market, but only Yi Sheng has a queue. It tastes pure of chilli without much seasoning, and does well with dish. Waiting Time: 0 They sever the noodles into short strands, which become very nuah. Price: $4 onwards A delicious plate of Hokkien Mee packs strong wok hei (which is usually achieved when cooked over charcoal) and just the right amount of sauces for the best flavours. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. I always feel that Hokkien Prawn Noodles should be drier if yellow noodles are added. Fried Hokkien Mee, literally translates to mean noodles,fried Fujian style. A tad too sweet for me. The astringent noodles are soggy from being in all that stock, and the stock is so so. You’ll notice two queues at this coffee shop along Upper Serangoon Road – one for the famous Punggol Nasi Lemak and the other, for this Hokkien Mee. The divide is thin, and sometimes, it is difficult to tell if the Hokkien mee is “wet” or “dry.”. Address: #01-16, Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, 51 Hougang Avenue 9, Singapore 538776. Lots of beansprouts to provide a nice crunch to the al dente noodles. Price: $5.20 Many elderly people were eating it, but it was bland. It’s not hard to recognise him as he wears a goggles. This hawker stall is surrounded by a mob of hungry diners during meal times. 218 Zhong Xin Hokkien Mee Blk 218 Sumang Walk Tastebud Eating House Matilda Portico Estate Singapore 820218. A squeeze of lime and some kicking chilli make the dish better. (Also see Yi Sheng #28 in the same hawker centre.). Amazing. Waiting Time: 4 persons in front of me, 10 min. (But he was apologetic, and very nice about it.). Closed on alternate Tuesdays. Price: $3.50 Price: $4 There is a heavy garlicky aroma, which I like. All these flavours and textures burst in one mouthful. Pros: they deliver to our table. Paired with Xiao Di’s specially made chilli sauce, this plate of Hokkien Mee is simply irresistible! Hokkien mee, unlike other hawker favourites like Hainanese chicken rice, was born right here in Singapore.It has its roots in Rochor Road, where fishermen would fry noodles with the leftover catches of the day. Normally I won’t like it, but there are also two kinds of smokiness, from the charcoal fire and the wok hei, and a mild sweetness. Cons: few seats during peak hours. Each plate costs $4 onwards. Dry, but the noodles have absorbed the stock, so it’s sweet. ( Log Out /  Eng Ho hits the spot by using thin bee hoon in their Hokkien prawn noodle which absorbs all the sweet goodness in their soup. Cons: NA. But if there is a queue, I’ll go to Havelock. It’s the dry kind that comes with a sweet sauce. But I was pissed off by the lao hoong lard and the ketchuplike chilli. The granny is a bit attitude, which I’m ok with, but other people in the queue gave me discontent looks. Cons: Using styrofoam plates, killing environment. The focus of Hokkien Mee here is on the light yet savoury gravy, complemented by the yellow noodles and thin bee hoon, which are well infused with flavours from the gravy. No, we’re not talking about the throngs of people standing in line. Waiting Time: 30 min. Always serving up gooey, moist fried Hokkien mee, Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (aka Tian Tian Lai) is a sure-hit to Singaporeans.It is the food stall where you can proudly introduce your foreign friends to this popular local stir-fried noodles dish. I had a hard time hunting down the orginal stall owner and you should definitely go try!:). It’s nice to have deep-fried pork belly AND lard, but unfortunately, the noodles and the pork are strangers and do not mix with each other. 335 Smith St, #09, Chinatown Food Street. Waiting Time: 0 Pros: The stall is clean (which is something Michelin looks for). Cons: very tiny portion and expensive. Closed on Tuesdays. Waiting Time: 20 min. The portions are priced between $3 to $5. As with inflation, the plate of Hokkien Mee is no longer at $2. But I was pissed off by the lao hoong lard and the ketchuplike chilli. There are a couple of ‘hurdles’ a Hokkien Mee fan who is keen to try got to cross though – the distance, the portion, and that you may not expect friendly-friendly service here. Pros: they deliver to our table. Super Hokkien Mee. Thin ones are best to be used in “White Thin Noodles 白米粉” dishes. White: Lunch only The first generation were a group of Hokkien coolies who first started to fry noodles from a make-shift stove near the new Seven Storey Hotel. 4pm to midnight. Wok hei; Price: $3.50 Kim Keat Hokkien Mee, Singapore: See 9 unbiased reviews of Kim Keat Hokkien Mee, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #4,063 of 13,296 restaurants in Singapore. I have to say that it is a great misdeed to leave it out of the 19 stalls you feature. Got wok hei. Hi, the original uncle who used to helm the stall of no.17 Yang Zhou Hokkien Mee has moved to the coffeeshop at Blk 127 Jalan Bukit Merah, which probably explains why the standard at the Beo Crescent stall is mixed and not as good as the raves. You know, some people complain that some hawkers purposely work slowly to build up the queue. Cons: Can’t find tables during peak hours. The texture of the noodles are good but it would’ve been better if the stock was full-flavoured. 3 reviews of 888 Hokkien Mee "Locals come here, local tourists come here, foreign tourists come here. Yong Huat claims to be around since 1949. There is a fragrant garlic aftertaste. Did u try the amk ave 8 721 coffee shop a new stall hokkien mee nice. There is nothing really extraordinary about it, but it’s comforting and nothing to complain about. ( Log Out /  Hokkien Mee is a very taste-preference driven delicacy but surely it would have made it into a top 10 or 20 list (it is my top 1 or 2 btw), I don’t know about you … Closed on Mondays. But it is slightly starchy. The man behind Havelock Road Blk 50 Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee, 73-year-old Uncle Soon, started helping his mother make fishballs since he was 16 years old and has been frying Hokkien Mee for 48 years. Address: Stall 27, Chomp Chomp Food Centre, 20 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557269. Closed on Fridays. This dry version showcases the integrity of the prawn stock. Waiting Time: 0 WOW. They started since i was a boy in the 80s. The prawns are not deveined properly, showing the “shit,” which isn’t appetizing. Charcoal fire heats up the entire wok and he uses a special charcoal fire wok which is half the thickness of the normal gas fire woks. Price: $3 onwards We could clearly taste the sweetness of the seafood stock, which was further intensified by the freshness of the prawns and sotong. Pros: Just beside mrt. But when you mix the belachan chilli into the noodles, magic happens. 8 & 13), Ming Yun Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle, #01-12, 117 Aljunied Avenue 2, Aljunied Market & Hawker Centre, Singapore 380117. Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We had the $3 portion. As a whole, Ah Hock’s plate is very well balanced—a Master’s work. The gravy from hokkien mee seemed to be absorbed into the brown paper package. Will never patronize them again. The stock has an underlying pungent anchovy-like flavor, which is nice. It’s the dry kind, with thicker-than-usual yellow noodles. Here are 10 of our favorite Hokkien Mee in Penang. Bringing you the trustworthy opinions on where to eat around the world. VOTES — 16, 13, 15 and 11 (not in order of preference). The slippery noodles kept sliding off from our spoons. This post alone took me 3 months and most of the time, I took bus, mrt, and walked. The noodles were flavourful, with a moderate smoky flavour and each plate is moist with huge fat prawns. The noodles are a little nuah, which I can overlook, but the chilli needs some improvement. Pros: Lots of seats Price: $4 Do note that they are usually sold out around 7-8pm. Cons: limited parking. Have a nice day. Pros: they update their facebook regularly. FATastic! The chilli is one of the best, with a floral tinge. Hard to find parking. It’s the wet kind. With abundant firm white noodles and only a few strands of yellow noodles, this mildly sweet and light hokkien mee reminds me more of fish soup. Quite good! But if judged as a whole, Li Xing may have a slight edge. There are a few special things to note: they use bee hoon, not white noodles; they add tao gay to give texture; the stock is lardy; and the chilli is unique, of chopped chilli mixed with belachan with pungent prawn paste, which I like muchly. The menu features a variety of soup, vegetables, beancurd, meat, seafood and many more, that will surely satisfy your taste buds. (Also see Bedok South Niu Ji Prawn Noodle #35 in the same hawker centre.). Upon your order, the owner will fry the noodles with this broth till the noodles have fully absorbed the broth. The Bedok North 85 version is wet, and bland, but has a better, more savory chilli loaded with hae bee hiam, when compared to Newton’s sweet chilli. Pros: Plenty of tables. Pros: Plenty of seats. It’s slimy, and strangely, except for the wok hei, it is tasteless. This version is wet and gooey and the noodles are well-soaked with rich flavours from the broth. The owner apparently learnt the recipe from the original chef. The nearest bus stop to Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre) are. Waiting Time: 15 min. The bite-sized squids are cooked just right, with a slightly chewy texture. Address: Mee Sek Food Court, 965 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534721, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yiji.com.sg/. #01-09/10, Fengshan Food Centre, Blk 85 Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460085. Went to the one at Nex food court. For the first episode of Food Finders, Seth and Erika set off to find the best Hokkien mee in Singapore in five different stalls all over the island. Near a multi storey carpark. Been a bit tired of the negativity I read on forums but you really cheer me up. I don’t understand the queue. The other ingredients, prawns, sotong, and fishcake, are already cooked in advance, and dropped into the wok at the last minute, so they still retain their firm texture. Cons: NA. Waiting Time: 7 people in front of me, 5 min Closed. Long operational hours. Xie Kee uses a broad flat yellow noodle, so it actually tastes more like KL Hokkien mee (or tai lok meen). Cons: NA. Just a simple blue signboard with a review from a newspaper article as a … They give you a beeper, and you collect the food when it beeps for you. I was there in May. The young girl who took orders knows how to manage expectations; told me it would take 30 min. Mr Liang circa 1975. Price: $4 It’s an ordinary but very pretty hokkien mee. Geylang Lor 29 Hokkien Mee . Served with prawns, sliced pork belly and squids, this plate is good enough to bring you contentment. To me just looking at the colour one can tell how good the Hokkien mee is. The stock is so sweet that it’s almost floral. Waiting Time: 5 min. Price: $4 Address: #01-32, Old Airport Road Food Centre, 51 Old Airport Road, Singapore 390051. He doesn’t write the orders down. Instead of using the usual sambal chilli, the brothers stick to their tradition of serving only sliced chilli in soya sauce. There was no sight of fried pork lard, but their broth was already flavourful enough. Went on Wed noon, closed. Limited parking. He named the stall Liang Ji after his grandfather who was the original founder of Hainan Hokkien Mee. In my hours of online research for this list, I did not come across Hong Heng. Ah Hock is the stall to visit for a sinful supper fix! Blk 1 (bus stop no 10139) is 55 meters away around 1 mins walk, bus service no 14, 123, 147, 153, 196, 197, 198, 855, 961, 961C will stop in this bus stop. This plate of Hokkien Mee ($4) consists of noodles, bee hoon, squid, and prawn. Foodwise, I think the Hokkien mee is rather bland, with a hint of sourness from seafood. You should try Swee Guan Hokkien Mee at Lorong 29 Geylang, it is of a surprise to me that the list did feature a Lorong 29 Hokkien Mee stall but didn’t feature the original one at the address itself. This lip-smacking noodle dish—comprising yellow noodles and thick 'bee hoon' (vermicelli)—has juicy prawns, squid, pork belly strips, egg and crunchy fried pork lard (optional) that makes everything taste extra good. HOKKIEN mee is a meal that people in Kuala Lumpur will look for, night and day. Near MRT station. Hokkien Prawn Mee is an iconic Singapore dish which is a variant of Penang Prawn Noodles. Kim's has been famous for its Hokkien Mee, (this is a dish that consists of egg noodles and rice noodles stir-fried with egg, slices of pork, prawns and squid, and served and garnished with vegetables, small pieces of crispy fried pork fat, sambal sauce and... lime), since the 1960's and is classified as Singapore's original, therefore when visiting Singapore a business associate took me … Ah boy is very sharp and has an excellent memory, but people keep adding more plates because they queue so long and they want to make their waiting time worth it, and ah boy gets confused. Dry version. Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 4.30pm to 11.15pm. 4. (See Yong Heng #45.) Really love your blog! Address: #01-100, ABC Brickworks Food Centre, 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150006. Hokkien mee very professionally fried. Let’s build a food community that helps to update the food news in Singapore! Xiao Di Hokkien Prawn Noodle- Arrogant and rude cook and staff, don’t even allow customers to take one extra plate, told customers to take it or leave it. But Yong Huat’s lard is legendary, so crispy with that umami from fats. Cons:  limited parking. Great article! Food at Swee Guan Hokkien Mee. His grandad, Mr Liang can be considered the 2nd generation Hokkien mee hawker. Sold out. Opening Hours: Tue-Thu 11am to 9.30pm. Noodles alone, Xie Kee may be better. Tell Me Where’s the Best Hokkien Mee in KL: 1. The eldest of the brothers is the main uncle frying Hokkien Mee. The other three brothers split their work up in areas of ingredients preparation, order-taking and serving. Opening Hours: Tue-Sat 11am-3pm, 430pm-8.30pm. Waiting Time: 5 min. Commentary: Singlish, food, chats with Toa Payoh Hokkien mee owners – things Singaporeans miss when stuck overseas Commentary: Here’s why Biden should end Trump’s trade war with China Beyond the Shell Bukom heist, a deeper look at how marine fuel is stolen in Singapore I read blogs myself, and I dislike those super commercialized blogs. I guess older people like lighter food. Those which are pale and watery will not have “wok hei”. Fri-Sun 10am to 9.30pm. What arrived was a plate of well-balanced harmony of aromas and flavours. But it is worth it. Will you support it? The smallest portion is priced at $3. Guess it’s a day hokkien mee. Pros: they deliver. Served with slices of pork belly, squid, small prawns, sambal chilli and lime, Hainan Hokkien Mee is a must-try! Pros: they deliver to the table. Waiting Time: 0 Went at 1.30pm thur. 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