Heard about this stall for the longest time but never had the chance to visit till recent. Managed to find the place in one corner of a coffeeshop. Many people recommended this stall and touted as one of the best Fried Hokkien Mee in Singapore, See pics below:
Taste: Tasted really good cos of the broth of seafood in it with clams. My only complain is the cooking time was a little too fast, ‘cos traditionally, the noodles have to be braised and covered in the wok for around 5-8mins to let the noodles soak up all the broth. Otherwise, the noodles was good.
Service: Good. Friendly boss.
Ambience – Hot…
RTE: Yes please!
Location: 94 Toa Payoh Lorong 4.