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Sunday, June 9, 2024

Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee

In the search of Hokkien Mee and sometimes back, we heard about a formerly sous chef at three Michelin-starred Les Amis had opened a stall on his own, whipping out our local dish, Hokkien Mee, in a coffeeshop.

Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee

A plate of hokkien mee is priced at $6, $12, $18. The noodles were a mixture of yellow noodles and thick Bee hoon.  The stock was robust and definitely rich in flavours. No doubt that the chilli was not very "powerful", this "wet" style of cooking Hokkien Mee fits me. It was not too oily.

Hokkien Mee - $6

Each mouthful had a tad "wok hei" aroma, and I like that the stock did not carry a heady prawn taste.


We can top up our serving with ingredients such as abalone, noodles, ingredients or fried egg. We opted for a fried egg as we were impressed by what other diners had. The fried egg was fluffy and to my liking.

Topping up Hokkien Mee with Fried Egg for $1

To be honest, they are generous with the ingredients. For just a small plate, we were served with a few tender big rings.


Overall, I find that the plate of Hokkien Mee was satisfying but not to die for. 

Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee
Sing Hiap Huat Coffee Shop, 19 Lor 7 Toa Payoh, Block 19, Singapore 310019

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