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92 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh
#01-264
Singapore 310092

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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

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Reviews

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It's been awhile since I've had Kim Keat Hokkien Mee, but it hits all the right spots whenever I'm craving for hokkien mee!

The perfect wok hei, crispy noodle bits from the char, perfectly fried & fatty pork belly, overdose of lard & fresh plump prawns - this is exactly what your need in a good Hokkien mee!

Their noodles soaks up all the broth so well, every mouthful & slurp is a pleasing & comforting feeling to your belly.

3 Likes

Got this to share between 4 people. You may be a bit hungry if you’re only eating this. We got some har cheong gai from another staff in this coffeeshop today share too. Tbh it wasn’t spectacular, but I liked that they used pork belly instead of lard and that there were some clams in the dish that you don’t normally find in hokkien mee.

This place, especially with its famous claypot hokkien mee, probably doesn’t require much introduction. Choose the way you want your noodles to be served from 3 different serving styles - on plate, on opeh leaf (from the betel nut palm), or in a claypot like ours.

Served simmering in a piping hot broth that was so full of seafood-y umami flavours, the mixture of yellow noodles and thick beehoon was even more mouthwatering after soaking up some of the soup stock. Unfortunately the wok hei was very slight and would have been much preferred to be more intensified. Discover the hidden gems in this pot of goodness - squid slices, clams, peeled prawns, pork lard, pork slices and the star of the pot, those alluring sio bak, or roasted pork, which enhanced the overall savoury flavour with its golden-brown crispiness. Don’t forget their sambal chilli to go along, not too spicy, but definitely adds an extra oomph. For the portion, the price was really worthwhile.

Wanted to try this for awhile now after hearing of raving reviews, so decided to try it out today.
Expected a long queue but surprisingly it wasn't. Ordered the claypot hokkien mee at $10 for 2 pax.
When the food came, I was first drawn to the deep fried pork belly and then the amount of other ingredients in the claypot. There was squid, prawns, clams, and meat mixed with the noodles in seafood broth.
The most important thing for me in hokkien mee is the broth. It needs to have the wok hei taste and prawn taste has to be distinct. Furthermore, it has to be thick, but not till like lor mee texture. Alas, this broth to me was bland and only after adding in the sambal only did it have some kick to it. I was kind of disappointed as I expected more flavour from the broth.
Would I come back again? Most probably not. Maybe only to try the other hokkien mee at the opposite market.

4 Likes

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!

2 Likes

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.

5 Likes
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