396 East Coast Road
Singapore 428994

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11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 11:30pm


11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

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It would have been better with a stronger wok hei and crispier pork lard bits. Don’t waste your time and calories on the oyster omelette as it tastes like carrot cake with oysters. From now onwards, I would think twice before coming back as there are better ones out there.

I would also like to highlight that as I was taking a video of the frying process, from a distance away from the stall, I was given the death stare and eventually a scolding from the staff on my actions. My thinking is if you are so against people taking photos or videos, then why do you still do a clear glass at the front of your stall and everyone can see you frying? Why don’t just change the frying to the back and no one will be able to video or photograph you? Comment down below if you have similar bad experiences.
✨ Geylang Lor 29 Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee
📍 396 East Coast Road, Singapore 428994
🍴 [Self-Funded]

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hokkien mee has always been my fav thing to order at hawker centres, but good ones are hard to come by.

i honestly think this stall is much better than ah soon which is actually located at lor 29 as the portions are bigger and the staff are much friendlier.

this plate costs $6, but the portion is more than sufficient for 1 person!! the taste of wok hei is prominent and there’s also more gravy, which is what i prefer as well.

This street famous hokkien mee in the East - the 3rd generation of the hawker family opened at east coast lagoon✨they are famous for using charcoal fire🔥- smokiness goes into the wet unami hokkien Mee with squid 🦑 and prawn 🦐 for $6 it’s kinda expensive but when the portion came it’s like … can feed 2 sia😂 my buddy tried the original one before and said that the original has a stronger smoky taste 👅 but this pretty good already with more emphasis on the savory taste. The texture of the noodles are almost the same ✨

Swee Guan's fried hokkien mee is one of my favorite with its unique intense smoky wokhei flavour from the use of a charcoal stove.

The brother of Swee Guan's owner runs his own stall along East Coast Road and has also set up shop at the East Coast Lagoon FC.

@jooeunchung and I cannot help but go "daebak" at the strong robust smoky wokhei flavours. I would have preferred a little "wetter" version but instead the noodles has really soaked the sweet umani-filled flavours of the stock.

The queue though is a little confusing and hard to navigate. It may be better to pop by during non-peak hours.

The wokhey, chilli, texture, taste and smell. Believe its the best one i ever tasted.

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Together with Swee Guan, Nam Sing and Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng, these make up my top few places to go to for fried hokkien mee in Singapore as you can truly savor the wok hei in every strand of the noodle. Whether you prefer the dry or wet version, choosing either one of these places will surely satisfy your craving. Over at this stall, the noodles are fried till its soft with a wetter consistency that you can literally slurp them all up. The usual suspects of squid and prawns are added into the dish with a scoop of pork lard to go along with it. A new pairing for fried hokkien mee can also be experienced here as they have a stall just beside the fried noodle, selling chicken, pork, mutton and the unique pork belly satay.
✨ Geylang Lorong 29 Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee
📍 396 East Coast Road, Singapore 428994
🌐 https://geylanglor29hokkienmee.oddle.me/en_SG/
🍴 [Self Funded]