Heng Huat Fried Prawn Mee × Prawn Mee Soup – Sin Ming, Singapore


This stall has been around ever since Shunfu Mart renovated. Moved from their origin place at Lakeview, this stall has quite a following. And I learnt that this uncle has been a hawker since he was 19 years old and now he’s 65. Respect. So I decided to give it a try by order both the prawn noodles and the fried prawn mee.

Rating: 4/5.

Portion: Normal

Price: $4 for fried, $3 for dry.

Service: Self-service

Ambience: Hawker Centre with very tight seating. My tummy was rubbing on the table.

Taste: Dry version has an old school taste to it with ketchup. Soup that came with it looked rich but tasted not too rich. I would prefer a little more umami richness to the broth cos that will affect the taste for the fried one as well. Fried one is well fried with the eggs fried in from the beginning to create the broth that simmers the noodles. By right the noodles should be good on its own but you need to mix in the sambal and squeeze the lime to get the taste they created.

RTE: Given the limited time I have, I’ll come if I’m around the area.

Location: 320 Shunfu Rd, #02-09, Singapore 570320
Hours: 10am-1.30pm, 5-8pm. Closed on Thu.

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ABC HERBAL CLAYPOT BAK KUT TEH – SIN MING, SINGAPORE


Rib
Pork slices which I suspect is jowl portion
My fav lady’s fingers
Cuttlefish shreds that gives the flavour
Damn power Chilli and garlic soaked in thick sweet sauce
Don’t forget to try the Green Thai Milk Tea while you’re there!

Intro:

Found this rare gem from leads from some of my customers. This stall heats up some serious Malaysian style herbal Bak Kut Teh and stays hot in the claypots! Damn yummy lah!

Taste:

I was highly recommended to the dry Bak Kut Teh so I ordered that. Really good with strips of yummy pork which tasted like from the jowl part. Not too salty and super yummy with rice. Came with a bowl of soup which was bursting with herbal infusion and quite peppery. Wonder if the peppery part if added to suit Singaporeans? Well, it’s not bad so no complains! I will come again with the other foodies to try the vinegar pig trotters and the Bak Kut Teh soup version.

Price:

$6.50 for the claypot and $0.50 for rice.

Portion:

Average.

Service:

Self-service.

Waiting Time:

10mins cos cooked on the spot. Lunch hours be prepared to wait from 12-2pm.

Rating:

5/5.

Location:

18 Sin Ming Lane Midview City Foodcourt

Hours:

10am to 8pm