Hainan Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee (#B1-34)

7 Reviews

Walking around Golden Mile Hawker Centre, we encountered this stall that had a pretty long queue outside it and we felt that we had to give this a try! This was You Fu Hokkien Mee and it serves the dry version of Hokkien Prawn Mee at prices starting from $4! What you are seeing above is the $4 portion and it is actually a pretty generous serving that is just right for one person.

The dish mixes the yellow mee and the white bee hoon and it adds on two prawns, some sotong and pork strips! What caught our eye was the dryness of the plate of noodles - it is really dry and wasn't served with a small amount of prawn broth but don't worry as you will still be able to smell the fragrance of the broth in the dish! Note that this is ok to dabao because the noodles will not become soggy since it is pretty dry to begin with. Aside from this, the "wok hey" in the dish was pretty strong as well and there was a great smoky taste in our first few bites of the dish.

Be prepared to queue for a plate of Hokkien Mee at You Fu because the queue can get pretty long. As a benchmark, we went on a weekday evening and had to wait close to 25 minutes for our noodles to be ready. That being said, this is a sign of how popular the stall is!

Golden Mile Food Centre has two Hokkien mee stalls. One of them is You Fu Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle (01-57). It opened not too long ago but it had gained significant attention on social media. Operated by a father and son duo, they whip up a good plate of dry-style fried Hokkien mee ($4/5/6/8).

Andre is a hakwerpreneur and is only 21 years old. But age is just a number. He has been frying Hokkien mee since he was 14. On my visit, it was his father manning the wok so my review is based on the father’s cooking.

Yellow noodles and thick or thin bee hoon (you choose) that’s fried in a huge wok of prawn stock. It’s not very dry but not very wet either. In Andre’s words, it’s cooked like “carbonara”.

A couple of pieces of prawns, squid and pork belly slices are scattered beneath the noodles. I don’t eat the prawns in Hokkien mee but they seemed pretty small in size.

You can taste a good deal of wok hei in the noodles. The noodles and bee hoon absorbs the pork and prawn stock well, giving it a rich, seafood flavour in every mouthful. And there’s a generous amount of pork lard is fried with the noodles which explains the lardy fragrance of the fried noodles.

The sambal chilli was nothing to shout about but as a chilli lover, I gladly had it as a condiment in my Hokkien mee.

Worth a try at least once. Take note that Golden Mile Food Centre will be closing for renovations in December and will reopen in March 2021.

While we were queuing and waiting for our food at next stalls (Fried Hokkien Mee & Chicken Rice)... the pipping hot, freshly fried up from wok Goreng Pisang caught our attention! It’s slightly bigger than the usual mini kind thus it’s slightly more ex. The batter is 💯 crispy, not too salty and the banana in it is very sweet 🍌 and soft. Yummy n shiok! ⠀

📍Located at 505 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Food Centre, unit B1-36, S 199583⠀

Located at 505 Beach Road, Golden Mile Food Centre unit B1-34, Singapore 199583. .
Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee, $5. Insider tip: you can order for a $5 plate for a bit more than their standard $4/plate. We enjoy eating their dry kind of fried Hokkien mee that’s fried so fragrantly with wok-hei taste! Every mouthful is full of flavours and so tasty! Don’t forget to squeeze that lime in with chilli padi and sambal chilli, it taste even more shiok!!! This is totally our kind of childhood taste fried Hokkien mee as we grew up eating them, generations after generations.. 👍🏼😋 .
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Hainan Fried Hokkien Mee 海南炒福建面 is located at B1 of golden mile food centre, definitely one of the stalls with the longest queue😂 it’s one of my top Hokkien mee in Singapore, don’t underestimate this unassuming mix of bee hoon and yellow noodles, to achieve the ideal wok-hei aroma and wet-dry texture takes skills💪 I personally still prefer the nam sing Hokkien mee at old airport road as it has more ingredients and I prefer their wet flavourful texture, this is on the drier sticky side type🤔 but the wok aroma doesn’t lose out in both☺️👍
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Located at 505 Beach Road, Golden Mile Food Centre #B1-34, Singapore 199583. My all time favourite and Number 1 Fried Hokkien mee in SG! So far, this is truly the best I’ve ever eaten, given our countless fried Hokkien Mee finds all around.. They have been around for many many years ago, used to be his father frying it, and now his son had taken over.. Used to be those small push cart stalls back in those days. They only serves in 1 size, $4/plate and you need to be patience to join the long Q but I could tell u that it’s all gona be worth it! There’s an unique strong fragrant aroma of their freshly cooked prawn Mee when served.. white bee hoon used were the thin kind unlike the usual thick bee hoon and they fried it the dry style! Oh, there’s prawns, squid and sliced pork in it too! This plate is the BOMBBB! It’s so heavenly mouth-watering that 1 plate is not enough for us! For all fried Hokkien mee fans out there, you have to try it yourself to know how good it is! We also love their chilli and chilli padi at the side too, you may stirred it in for another kind of taste! Truly the BEST Fried Hokkien Mee! #hungryunicornsg #hainanfriedhokkienprawnmee #friedhokkienprawnmee #friedhokkienmee #goldenmilefoodcentre

Love love love... love fried hokkien mee!!!