Really nice hokkien mee, probably one of the top ten in SG. But I'm not going to travel to toa payoh just for this.. I'd do so for Swee Guan (lor 29), but unfortunately not for this.

Stock was flavourful, both porky & prawny, and has a good balance between the two. Hokkien mee was still quite when served, something that I prefer too. Portions are actually quite reasonable for the price. I think the only missing is the overpowering [charcoal] wok hei (something that makes Swee Guan's stand out the most)..