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This is one of the stall that serve of of the best Hokkien mee in Singapore. The taste is just right, as I'm not a chilli eater, cannot comment on their chilli.
Have tried a few stalls within the hawker center, cannot fight. The price is also quite reasonable, at $3 minimum.
My first impression of the Hokkien Mee was bad. The noodles looked like they were soaked in gravy. Even after leaving it to dry for a while, it was still very watery. Surprisingly, it tasted pretty good and light, unlike the usual Hokkien Mees that are heavy on the flavours and kicks you in the stomach if you consume too much. A very decent rendition at a affordable $3. Not cheap, but not expensive either.
Its rather uncommon when you see the word “Singapore” in the name of a company, not least in the name of a food store. How many company actually has the word “Singapore”, not many, think Singapore Airlines, Singapore Telecommunications, Singapore Post, and almost all of them are actually Government-related entity.
Opposition party please don’t get it wrong, Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee is definitely not related to the Government, how it got its name remains a mystery, but thats not really the focus here. Leaving the name-issue aside, their Hokkien Mee is really good! Ever since finding out about them a couple of years back, one of the few stalls that comes into my mind when i think of Whampoa Market will be the Hoover Rojak, and this, Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee!
Hokkien Mee ($3)
While some places do their Hokkien mee either too dry or too wet, Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee is done exactly the way i like my Hokkien Mee, the perfect balance of the wetness of the noodles.
The sambal chili is also there to “die” for, literally. For someone like me who can’t really “hold” their chili well, i can’t help myself getting more of the chili. Mixed together with the Hokkien Mee, and with a few drops of the lime, awesome!
You are always welcome to visit ladyironchef for a full-up on this trip. Whatever written herein are my genuine feelings expressed in words. Food, my dear, is what they call an adventure!
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