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1 Bedok Road
Singapore 469572

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Sunday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Thin beehoon and yellow mee was used here, and I liked the different textures! The broth is also quite tasty. I would think that this is an above average hokkien mee stall, but not the *best* (golden mile’s remains the best).

From Aziza Putu Piring
Durian $2.70 a portion.
Individually handcrafted.
Yummy!

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Hokkien prawn mee

It is great to have friends and family members who are great hunters of good food.

Was brought to this Hokkien prawn mee at 29 Bedok food centre and it was the first time i set foot in this pretty cosy hawker.

Rainy days are meant for fried hae mee and what better than having one that’s perfectly executed.

The broth was umami-fic and the prawns and sotong slices were extremely fresh . A nice use of thin bee hoon made this dish less filling as compared to the usual thick bee hoon used.

Probably one of the best fried Hokkien prawn mees I have eaten .

The best part ? It is not oily and you don’t feel thirsty after eating it .

And prices start from 4 dollars so very affordable .

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This was unplanned bc we wanted hokkien mee initially, but the hokkien mee stall owner was on a break. But I was surprised with this find! The noodles are cooked well, and weren’t clumpy. The sauce was a savoury (and very slightly sweet) brown sauce, which coated the noods evenly. The dumplings were nice, the meat filling and the shrimp had a natural sweetness which was gud. Veg was crunchy and green chilli was normal. Good find wuhu

Good combination of fragrant oiled rice, chicken with soy based sauce, and drenched with the spicy vinegar chilli. Be prepared to queue but it moves fast.

This hokkien mee run by an elderly couple is my go-to because I like the 50%/50% bee hoon/mee ratio vs other hokkien mee stalls which are 80% mee. The stock is also way more fragrant than any of those "top 10" hokkien mee such as geylang lor29, Kim's or Kim keat. I guess it's never included in such lists because most food bloggers don't stay in the East (my observation) and bedok corner to them is probably further than JB. Also, you have to practically beg the perennially grumpy auntie to give you even a miniscule amount of chilli paste 🙄
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🚗 : plentiful ERP parking (unsheltered )
💡Stall usually closes by 2015-2030h, cos they prob can't be bothered
💡💡From the looks of his impressive vericose veins, I guess the uncle will soon have to retire from this very labour intensive job of frying your hokkien mee, so come and get it while you can. [again, my PERSONAL observation]

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