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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!

In front of Thai Mama Kitchen stall, you will be greet by plenty of choices to satisfy your Thai food craving.

For individual meal, they also have a few option for you such as the green curry chicken rice, coming with a fried egg on top. $5

Yam Glutinous Rice Balls with Peanut Soup

Nice & Cheap

(from 75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup)

Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

Decent but not great, the noodle lack of wok hei and the crispy pork lard not given, probably won’t be going back anytime soon.

(from Youfu Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle)

Pork Intestine Prawn Noodle Dry

The broth was really good and the prawn was fresh too, just don't enjoy their dry version noodle as the chilli sauce not fragrant and spicy at all, maybe the soup version is a better choice.

(from One Prawn Noodle)

Chilli mee is of the less common hawker dishes you can find. In fact, this was the first time I had it in my entire life. You can check out Chung Cheng Chilli Mee (01-59) at Golden Mile Food Centre to try this dish. If chilli mee isn’t what you fancy, get their prawn mee and laksa.

Golden Mile Food Centre will be closed from December 2020 till March 2021. So head down soon if you wanna try this.

The minimum order for a bowl of noodles is $3. If you want more ingredients and noodles, go for the $4 or $5 one.

What stands out here is the homemade chilli paste that's with sambal belachan and other spices. You can ask for as much chilli as you want.

Despite its name, the sambal isn’t incredibly spicy. But it lean towards the sweet and savoury side. As I prefer my chilli paste to be spicy, I found this to be a bit mild and bland for my taste buds.

We opted for yellow noodles mixed with bee hoon (rice vermicelli), but you can choose other type of noodles such as kway teow and mee pok.

You’ll get some prawns, pork ribs, fish cake, beancurd puffs (tau pok) and beansprouts. I found the ingredients to be decent but nothing Terryfic. Probably I was full (as we had Hokkien mee too), but I didn’t find the soup to be memorable either.

Not really my favourite noodle dish. Given that Golden Mile Food Centre has many other stalls, I’d rather try them first before returning. But do give this a try if you never had their chilli mee before.