And whenever I am at this hawker centre, a stall I would certainly not miss would be that of Nam Sing Fried Hokkien Mee.
The stall can be easily spotted as the elder brother who is the chef wears a protective goggle to fry his noodles.
The difference in his fried hokkien mee is that he uses normal rice vermicelli (Bee Hoon) instead of the usual thick ones (Chor Bee Hoon) used by many. I notice that these bee hoon are not soaked for too long and thus when fried along with the yellow noodles, it doesn’t break easily and the gives it a ‘springy’ texture.
Also, with a hint of ‘Wok Hei’ before the stock of prawn head is added, the hokkien mee is simply aromatic and delicious. The generous serving of squids and prawns also make the 30 minutes waiting time seemed insignificant. The stall also stood by it’s principle of not serving sambal chilli to their customers and only cut chilli is dished out.
You can view more photos and other reviews @ His Food Blog.
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