861 North Bridge Road
#01-93 North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre
Singapore 198783

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm


10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

The lady behind me and I got a shock when we received a huge portion for $5 worth. For light eaters this might feed 2 of you.

The stock has a light umami taste of seafood and pork, noodles are well cooked and I got 3 deshelled prawns for $5 (for the lazy ones)

Chilli is not too spicy with a mild sour taste. Hokkien mee fans, do give this a try

This Fried Hokkien Mee is for those who favour the wet style because the yellow mee and beehoon come almost submerged in the most amount of “zhup” (gravy) I have ever seen from any stall in Singapore (there’s a place in Iskandar, Johor that does it even wetter but that’s another story).
Although I am naturally drawn to the drier style of Fried Hokkien Mee, I did enjoy Hoe’s “zhup” (gravy) a lot. It is rich and flavourful and does not have a starchy consistency. In fact, I prefer it on its own sans the chilli sambal (not too fond of the sweetish version served here but that’s just me).
The other plus points in my view are that their noodles are cooked just right and aren’t mushy, and the crispy pork lard they throw on is plentiful and very fresh tasting (can’t say if us visiting on a Monday afternoon had anything to do with that because it is their first day of operations after their Sunday off so perhaps they had fried the pork lard a few hours earlier).
Anyway, pictured above is the $8 portion which is ideal for 2 persons to share. 3 even if everyone is watching their carb intake.
Thanks again to our friend Edmund for suggesting we check out this place for lunch.