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Tried many Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles in Singapore and this is definitely one of the best in my humble opinion. Tried a couple of times to be sure so far never failed my cravings.

What I like about this stall is that the broth was really on point. Rich and umami-filled. Plus the generous use of eggs, fry till fragrant then add stock in to simmer to a rich milky base. Yums when the noodles are soaked into it! Not forgetting the seasoned crispy lard and the super spicy chilli sauce. All blend very well with the noodles.

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Portion: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳
Service: 🍳🍳🍳🍳 (Comms can improve and lady taking orders can be quite fierce but she’s ok one if you’re a regular.)
Price: $4, $6 or $8. Tapao $6 and it was huge packet!
Ambience: Hawker Centre
RTE: At least once a week!

Add: 511 Bedok North Street 3, #01-27, Singapore 460511
Tel: 88908766
Hours: Refer to maps link below 👇
Location: https://maps.app.goo.gl/bkhgav6muU8EyZvu5

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Larrrddddd and of course the creamy broth…
No need branding
Look at the thick slices of pork belly!
Not nice! 😂

Kim’s Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee – Eunos, Singapore


As I mentioned earlier, I was on a Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee roll and I’ve always wanted to pay this place a visit. Kim’s Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee is one of the 3 pioneers for fried hokkien prawn mee in Singapore. Established in 1965, writing on this place cannot be more apt for SG50!

So before I visited Kim’s, I actually heard a lot about what happened to the food quality, what happened to Mr Tan’s life and stuff. I didn’t really want to know what happened, but what I saw was the 68 year old getting his hands dirty again and frying the noodles himself… yes, he is still in his long sleeves but I didn’t notice any bling Rolex. It seemed to me that he is trying his very best to get back the original flavour and quality. I was there on 2 separate nights and both nights Mr Tan was there to cook personally. Enough said, pictures.


Mr Tan frying the mee personally

My order of $8 portion. Plate is big, portion is alright.

For the $8 portion you get more seafood ingredients and bigger prawns.

Back a couple of days later to taste the $5 portion. Prawns are smaller but ingredients are still substantial.

Their famous Oyster Omelette.

Rating: 4/5.

Taste: On the first night, I ordered the $8 portion. Loads of ingredients, good nevertheless. I went back on another night to try again if there was consistency, taste was similar if not better. However the broth could be a little richer. Ingredients was substantial for the $5 portion. Love the pork lard on the sides but would prefer it more crispy. Chilli belachan was good but would be nicer if it was spicier. Their famous Oyster Omelette was really good, a must-order!

Portion: Good. Quite a bit of ingredients. 

Service: Ok. 

Ambience: Coffee shop style. 

Price: Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee 

RTE: Yes!

Location: 62B Jalan Eunos, Singapore 419510. Tel : 6747 8766. Operating Hours : 11am – 1am

Overall review: If you googled on this place, many bad reviews on how bad the noodles are can be seen everywhere. I believe if more people patronize Mr Tan, he may get back the original standards. But that being said, I still see regulars swinging by at 11pm to 12+am to indulge in his Hokkien Mee. So you be the judge. 😉

Nam Seng Hokkien Fried Mee (Hougang) – Mountbatten, Singapore


Was at Old Kallang Airport Food Center recently and managed to try this stall’s fried hokkien mee. It has been around since 1963 but the name don’t sound too familiar to me even though I’ve been living in Hougang for like decades! The wait during lunch time is around 15-20mins, check out the pics below:

Stall front

My $5 of goodness!

Wiped out!

Rating: 4.5/5.

Taste: Yummy and the fact that they used the fine beehoon, it absorbs the broth more and it’s more flavourful with every spoonful!

Portion: Average.

Service: They will send to your table. Quite rare at this food center ‘cos most of them have adopted the self-service culture.

Ambience: The stall is near the toilets. So it’s good to sit further away. Stenchy…

Price: $5 per plate.

RTE: Yes!

Location: Old Kallang Airport Food Center #01-32. Near the toilet, you can’t miss it. 🙂

Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee 天天来炒福建虾面 (Since 1968) – Toa Payoh, Singapore


Seriously never been to this hawker center before in Toa Payoh. So I was wandering around to look for what is good, came across this stall.

The Stall

You see the year they were founded, means the noodles must be of some standard. So I ordered a plate which costed me $5.00 and had to pay up first according to their SOP. When ordering I was told by the young man that I might have to wait for half an hour. So I said, nevermind, I’ll wait. Told him my table number and shortly, this came.

Awesome sambal chilli

Really nice and spicy,with bits of dried shrimps inside. Pity they gave quite little. Come on, I ordered $5.00 portion leh, don’t you know I love chilli?!? Anyways I continued waiting… and true enough, around 25mins later, this came.

My plate of awesomeness

Ok the portion is not very big, that explains why the sambal so little… haha… but I can tell the taste should be quite good from the milkiness of the broth below. Inside there were some pork belly, 3 prawns, bean sprouts and eggs. Yummy!

Check out the broth… hours of boiling the prawn soup fried with eggs will give you this awesome broth.

Wallop the noodles in less than 10mins and I must say, it was worth the wait. Next time I’ll order $6… 😛

Rating: 4.2/5.

Taste: Very nice and rich with wok hei taste inside.

Portion: Below average.

Service: Not rude at all even though they are popular. Served to table as long as you’re willing to wait!

Ambience: Hawker center on the second floor. Pretty airy.

Price: $5.00

RTE: Yes if around that area!

Location: 127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310127. Above the wet market. Opening hours: 9.30am to 6pm. Close on Mondays. Hmmm… Come Daily? How?

Gim Chew Fried Hokkien Noodle (锦州炒福建面) – Bedok, Singapore


Have been to Bedok (east side of Singapore for my overseas readers) quite frequently lately and I haven’t really sit down and write about the food here actually. I mean apart from the well known Bedok Chui Kueh (Steam flour cakes), seriously haven’t ventured around this old food centre. As there are major renovations going on right now, this old facility will be demolished soon and all the hawkers will be moving to a brand new air-conditioned food centre, along the same row where Sheng Siong is. Definitely can’t wait for the new place, so that I don’t perspire while eating! ;P

Anyways came across this stall which was recommended by my colleague who is living in Bedok for the longest time. So I ordered the $4 only as I was pretty hungry. The aunty is a pretty chatty and friendly lady. Don’t mind the poor lighting as the place is pretty dark at the back.

The stall

Looks plain right? The secret is in the broth that is soaked up in the noodles and the sambal chilli is pretty awesome! Great companion for the noodles!

Rating: 5/5. For the taste, the service, the value for money.

Taste: Yummy. The prawn broth is soaked up in the noodles and the sambal chilli is just awesome. Should have asked for more sambal though! Non-Halal.

Portion: Average.

Service: A very friendly aunty and likes to joke.

Ambience. N.A.

Price: $4.00.

RTE: Yes!

Location: #01-62 Bedok Interchange Food Centre.