20 Ghim Moh Road
Singapore 270020

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I felt like this encompasses all the fav things in a SG Hokkien Mee I would look for:
• wok hei (I could smell it heavily walking past!! + look at the black specks hahaha. VERY EVIDENT)

• soupy zhup zhup the noodles swirl in

• yummy prawn stock sending waves of fragrant after another

• slivers of fatty meaty pork belly

• fresh lime (you’d be surprised. Some have really dry old ones)

• relatively shiok sambal chili (the prawn in this is def the prominent seafood body. Even though I sometimes thing the sharp fermented fish ones aren’t all bad). I guess I like those with some tints of sweeter onion. But the you-chang does well compensate for the lack of it

Don’t really have much expectations of the squid or prawn but the prawns in these are really sweet!! Surprisingly haha


Jia Le Yong Tau Foo. The yong tau foo is made to order and deep fried till crispy. Yes, crispy BUT not greasy. $6 for a small (not that small) portion, $8 for a large. Chilli is slightly tangy so it helps to cut through the greasiness.

A decent stall which sells a generous meal and a meal for two cost me $15! My first time trying the salted egg fries, not bad at all. It is not halal certified (yet?) but owned by a muslim.

Long queue during the lunch hour on a weekday. But still worth queuing! Can really see the uncle's effort in frying each plate! Love that the mee is moist in thick prawn stock gravy and silky fried eggs charred to perfection.

Good golly Ghim Moh Market is always so crowded! Didn't feel like queueing for forever, so I went to Big Prawn Mee 大虾面 (#01-12), in an extreme corner of the market, that had a queue of 2. The young lad at the stall was cheerful & smiley - he also speaks good English (he was serving a elderly man in front of me who spoke English). He was even so kind as to help the elderly man bring his bowl to a nearby table.

The Prawn Mee 虾面 ($4) itself - I liked the flavourful (on the sweet side) soup but I wish they gave more soup! In no time, my noodles soaked up the soup, leaving me with not much to drink 😔

There were 3 regular prawns, a slice of "abalone", 2 small pork ribs & some veggies in this bowl. I don't care much for pork ribs - the next time I order from this stall, maybe I'll ask if I can swap them out for more prawns? 😂 Or maybe I'll get the Big Prawn Noodle 大虾面 ($6/$8/$10) which costs more, but has juicier prawns.

Nice Hokkien mee worth queueing for. They work faster than the char kuay Teow in the same area

You know a stall is worth trying when it sells only mee siam and satay bee hoon, two very different dishes. The satay bee hoon gravy is quite unique -- smooth and spicy. Very different from the chunky peanut sauce you usually eat. The toppings are also rather generous for $4.

Well marinated and juicy fried chicken!! With caramelised onions, generous slices of tomatoes and lettuce and lots of different sauces added. Add $1 for fries.

Not sure of the stall number and name, but it's the only stall that sells burgers with a chalkboard menu :)

Along with yummy soft tofu, braised peanut, and a hearty herbal soup, their duck rice deserves a thumbs up 👍🏼. Can’t find a single flaw and enjoyed it to my heart’s content.
⚠️ Expect a queue at this famous stall. There were 16 people in front of me which took a surprisingly ‘fast’ 30mins. The stall is closed every Thursday & last Sunday of each month.
📍Chuan Kee boneless braised duck, #01-04, Ghim Moh Market, 20 Ghim Moh Road

Decided to give it a try when we saw it came in a relatively small portion (so we could get other food as well) and I have to say, not too bad a bowl! 🙌🏼 Initially disappointed that the broth lacked much spice, but after I paired it with the chilli, the spice really exploded in my mouth and elevated it's taste! A good choice if you're craving laksa but don't want to go overboard! 🙈 So glad that we decided to go all the way down to Ghim Moh for a new hawker experience 😋

Getting something light and traditional for lunch - Teo chew Porridge with always juicy and chunky meat ball, bean curd with leek, braised meat, and fried egg for S$5.50. Spicy it up with its tangy chilli sauce.
Meng Cheong Teochew Food Stall 明昌潮州飯攤
Address 🏠 : Blk 20 Gim Moh Road, # 01-47 Gim Moh Market and Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 270 020
Open 💈 : 12pm - 3pm
MRT 🚇 : Buona Vista (EW21/ CC22)

Selling only 2 types of congee and chee cheong fun, Teck Hin Delicacies opens even before the sun rises (I ate there at 5.30am before while waiting for my first bus!). The silky smooth congee, though not the best in Singapore, is among the good ones around. No-frill economical breakfast at its best!

I heard this Thosai stall was quite good, so I decided to try. I think I'd prefer it to be slightly more crisp? But then again I'm a noob at Indian cuisine so... 😂 Anyone with knowledge about this please advise hahaha 😆

Fish soup ($5) from 鸿升鱼汤 is delicious! Fish slices are fresh (no fishy smell) & the soup is so good that the whole bowl was empty by the time I finished.

Chuen Kee at Ghim Moh food center checks off all the right boxes. Thick flavorful gravy, superb duck and yam rice that I can eat buckets of. Even the soup is not an afterthought with its deep herbal flavor.

The queues might be long but trust me, it's worth it

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