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By the time I’ve reached home, the noodles have already soaked up the richness of the stock. It’s not the best Hokkien mee I’ve tried but it’s not bad. It does contain a very subtle hint of wok hei with generous egg bits. The prawns are a bit overcooked though. And unlike the usual Hokkien mee, this one doesn’t have any pork meat. Overall, it’s still a decent plate of noodles.

The stall was situated at the end of the hawker centre, serving a decent plate of fried Hokkien Mee. The only thing I wish it could improve would be the chilli sauce as I felt it was not spicy enough. But the overall still satisfying for me, you should consider having it when you are around this area.

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Everything was so good; the noodles soaked up the savoury soup (probably from the prawn head & squid) and every bite was filled with sweetness from the seafood. The sambal chilli complemented the dish perfectly too.
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Kim Hai Fried Hokkien Mee
Address: #01-102, 79/79A Circuit Road Food Centre
Singapore 371079
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