As with all fried hokkien mee out there, one look at it and you can easily identify if it is a good plate or not. Over at this stall, you can bite into the fried pork lard bits in it and the chef fries the noodles very well as it is one of those places that the noodles still retain a nice chew and bite to it. The broth is of a murky colour which is a good sign of wok hei, the eggs are fried till a chunky size and the seafood are not overly cooked as well. Overall, a very solid plate of fried hokkien mee that I will not hesitate to dabao if I am around the area.
✨ Fried Hokkien Mee
📍 15 Jurong West Avenue 5, Singapore 649490
🍴 [Self Funded]