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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Seng Huat Hokkien Mee

I have been eying for Seng Huat's Pig Trotter Bee Hoon for quite sometime but I'm always carried away by this thought especially when I'm so spoil by the selections in Pasir Panjang. Just today, I took effort to remind myself that I must patronise this stall, unfortunately I have learn that Pig Trotter Bee Hoon only available after 5pm. :(

Seng Huat Hokkien Mee
Queue piled up in split seconds after I joined in. There is only 1 wok whereby the lady can only fry one type of dish at a time in batch, thus it doesn't really matter who comes in the queue first at times. If the lady is currently frying Hokkien Mee, it may takes a while if you are ordering Hokkien Mee as the next batch she cooked maybe Fried Bee Hoon, it depends.

Auntie caught in the act!

Seems like I had make a good choice. The first mouthful of the white vermicelli had hit me at the right spot.Though lightly flavored, it eludes a distinct fragrance and sweetness from the egg with a less greasy manner. Moist and tangy with lime juice squeezed over. What's more you will notice some crunchy pork lards in between bites. Nice!

White Bee Hoon - $4
Though advocated for their old style of Hokkien Mee, I must admit that I am not that  into old school afterall. Given the choice, I would prefer ordering their White Bee Hoon instead as it irks me a little with the yellow noodle taste even though moisture consistency was perfect.

Fried Hokkien Mee - $4

With its taste bench-marked on the White Bee Hoon, Im quite confident that the plate of fried pig trotter bee hoon should fit my style. Nevermind for not having the dish today, I will be back soon!

Rating: 3 / 5

Seng Huat Hokkien Mee
Location: Pasir Panjang Food Centre, 121 Pasir Panjang Road, #01-39 Singapore 118543