18 Lorong 7 Toa Payoh
1913 Coffeeshop
Singapore 310018

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10:00am - 02:30pm

10:00am - 02:30pm

10:00am - 02:30pm

10:00am - 02:30pm

10:00am - 02:30pm


10:00am - 02:30pm

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Strong wok hey flavour, abundant sauce. Nice! A little expensive starting at $6 for the smallest.

Pictured is the medium size at $8. When we went, original chef was cooking all the dishes.

Hokkien Mee with very delicious gravy and fresh ingredients. The prawn and squid are fresh. Chilli is good.

It’s not as rich as the Whompoa one it’s still good. It’s the more wet version and I really love how the seafood is super fresh and not overcooked like 90% of most other Hokkien Mee places. There’s also fatty pork which is tender and appropriately seasoned. I would say this place has the most perfectly cooked seafood as the prawns are still crunchy and the sotong is still soft - probably because the Chef is an ex-pro Chef but yes I would definitely come back again!

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I first heard of Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee when news of a former three Michelin-star French restaurant sous chef opening a Hokkien Mee stall at Toa Payoh made headlines last year. One year on, I finally popped by to try the famed Hokkien Mee and surprisingly, there was no queue during weekday lunch hour. I ordered the $6 portion which comes with a very generous serving of prawns (there are actually 3 prawns!), pork belly and squid. The prawns are sizeable, fresh and crunchy, and the squids are not overcooked and are still very tender. The noodles are definitely on the wetter side, soaking up the flavourful stock that is infused with the sweetness of the seafood and pork. The chilli is not super fiery, but it adds a savoury edge to the noodles. The strong flavours did get a little jelak for me towards the end of the meal, but an extra squeeze of lime juice would have taken care of that easily. Overall, this is a pretty good plate of Hokkien Mee that is slurp-worthy!

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A unique hokkien mee that is more refined with solid umami & less wok hei. Broth is excellent with strong flavour. Prawn is fresh and quality ingredients (sotong and pork belly) are used.

Hokkien Mee (L $8)
⭐️ 4.5/5 ⭐️
🍴Run by ex les amis sous chef Xavier Neo and his wife, this #hokkienmee was well-executed. The large portion was really big, good for sharing, and came with generous serving of 4 prawns (pre-peeled!), squid, and tender pork belly. His version is similar to the Michelin bib Tiong Bahru one with its fragrant prawn and pork aroma, and sits nicely between classic wet and classic dry hokkien mee without being too oily. Although it could do with slightly more wok hei, we highly enjoyed this version that paired really well with, and was enhanced by, their homemade sweet-spicy sambal comprising lots of belachan (shrimp paste).
📍Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee, @hokkienman.hokkienmee, 19 Lor Toa Payoh, Singapore
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