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Hokkien Mee

(from Golden Shoe Hokkien Mee)

Among the many stalls in Lau Pa Sat is this stall called Seng Kee Local Delights, which serves up pretty decent fare!

The Char Kway Teow ($4.80) was really pretty decent with a more savoury kick than a sweet one. The cockles were quite fresh too! There is a bit of smokiness within as well. Downside is that it wasn't hot and it seems like the cockles and fish cake were not fried together with the noodles. What a pity as this really has quite a potential!

The hokkien mee ($6) on the other hand was made to order, and we loved the savoury rich seafood broth which got us going for more! The portion is quite big and the prawns were fresh. If I'm in Lau Pa Sat I will come back for this!


Had the Salt Baked Chicken Noodle ($6.80) with scrambled egg ($2).

I like that the chicken was quite a huge portion and the huge slab of egg. Really nice food at Lau Pa Sat

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On the other hand, the oyster omelette paled in comparison against their Hokkien mee. It was overwhelmingly starchy, and slightly tasteless as well. Egg was also a tad bit dry.


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For some reason the reviews for Seng Kee isn’t that great, but the Hokkien Mee I’ve had was arguably one of the best I’ve had. That being said, I enjoy my Hokkien Mee more on the wet side, which Seng Kee very successfully delivered. Every bite was slurpy, with the gravy being both sweet and savoury on both ends. The chilli packed a super complementary punch which completed the dish.


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~$7 for dumplings ru pork dumplings (other flavours like chicken and beef are also available). Taste pretty good, slightly like ravioli x Chinese dumplings.