91 Whampoa Drive
#01-19 Whampoa Makan Place Block 91
Singapore 320091

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08:00am - 02:00pm


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I appreciate when people radiate a shameless confidence like I do — but you gotta back it up.
So is it the best? Not quite. Pretty good, though it's probably the most generous in town, if anything. Even for just $3, I was given an astounding amount of ingredients — fried fish being the standout with a nice crispy batter and flaky flesh.
The most important thing, the noodles, was done well with springiness with good bite. The generous pool of gravy was nicely thick (if slightly starchy), with a nice fragrance and sweetness though slightly lacking in flavour without the condiments, but enjoyed slurping on it with everything mixed.
📍 91 Whampoa Dr, Singapore 320091
⏱️ (Daily) 8am-3pm

I generally enjoy a more sour tasting lor mee so I added more vinegar and it was just nice. The ingredients themselves were plenty and fried to a perfect crisp that made this meal pleasant. My only gripe was that the fish was a bit overcooked so it was a bit tough.

More commonly known as “Best Lu Mian in Town” as this is the only words that plastered the signboard. In actual fact, it’s 著名厦门街卤面 which translates to Famous Amoy Street Lor Mee. It has a long history which dates back to the 1960s. This lor mee is heavy on the palate as it kept me full for a really long time. A big part will be that all ingredients (hae zhor, fish, braised meat and fritters) were deep fried. The gravy was thick and gooey and pretty mild but went pretty well with the ingredients. Overall a decent bowl but be warned; it’s really filling and sinful.

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Lu mian.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/best-lu-mian-in-town/


So there’s this stall called “Best Lu Mian in Town” at Whampoa Drive Market. Not only do I wish I had their confidence but I think their bold claim is substantiated!

Upon first bite of the noodles, I pretty much fell in love with their lor mee. The yellow noodles have a robust taste and QQ texture. They have an amazing chili that goes with the braised pork, fish nuggets and fried flour bits.

Is it truly the best? No. Would I recommend it? Yes.


Another of my pursuit of satisfying lor mee in SG and I found another similar to that of amoy street at whampoa market!

$4 for this bowl full of ingredients: good old lor bak, chunks of fish, fried stuff. The gravy was flavourful.