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92 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh
#01-264
Singapore 310092

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Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

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This is one of my favourite hokkien mees! It is served with some broth, which the noodles eventually soaked up (making the noodles really fragrant)! It has a rather generous serving of siew yoke, prawns and clams!

Although the wok hei wasn't strong, I like how flavourful the stock was thanks to the fresh la la clams and lard. Noodle was al dente and evenly coated with the broth. For the price, the portion was pretty good and they were generous with the ingredients like deep-fried sio bak, prawns and lala clams.

2 Likes

Claypot hokkien mee is only available for a min of 2 pax. Really tasty with generous portion of ingredients. The roasted pork adds a nice flavour to the dish. Will come back again.

Still remember how late Mr Lee would cheerfully chat when we ordered from him.
It’s still pretty much still the same Hokkien mee; probably that there was more nostalgia previously. Still tasty and flavourful, though the claypot version would be wetter than usual. Chilli would be a must to fully enjoy it.
Nonetheless, the crispy Sio Bak and Lala clams remain part of the draw for their claypot Hokkien mee. A distinctive dish in TPY.

$15. Sharing for 3, filling for all.

Your usual hokkien mee, but better. With lala, deep fried pork belly and in claypot! Nothing can go wrong in claypot style!

Cheap and good.

5 Likes

Interesting take on Hokkien mee served sizzling in a claypot! While I wouldn’t say this is the best Hokkien mee around, this was still quite shiok with thick slices of pork belly, fried till crispy and fresh prawns and squid. The broth itself is flavourful but I think I still prefer the drier kinds of Hokkien mee with much more wok hei!

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