537 Bukit Batok Street 52
Singapore 650537

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Saturday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:00pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:00pm

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Salted Egg Calamari Hokkien Mee ($5.50/$7.50)

This store offers an unconventional take on one of our favourite local dishes - Fried Hokkien Mee. Expect a plate of wet, slightly sticky Fried Hokkien Mee that has gravy stock well-seeped into, the portion was reasonable, with the usual Hokkien Mee ingredients and a whole spoonful of deep-fried pork lard served on the side (!!). Having the salted egg calamari doesn’t interfere with the Hokkien Mee’s original flavour, instead, it was a piquant addition! The calamari rings were deliciously coated with a thin batter of salted egg - flavourful but not overpowering.

📸 & ✍🏻 by Tastemaker Miss Ha ~

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I had been very intrigued by this stall's hipster hawker food. The Hokkien mee itself was very good, including flawless lard, addictive chilli and generous portion. But the addition was merely some Hokkien mee ingredients stir-fried spicy. Not to mention it used the same chilli. Not to mention calling it pork belly is a misnomer.

I had been very intrigued by this stall's hipster hawker food. This is one of their popular dishes and it's easy to understand why - salted egg and calamari. But here's the interesting thing: the add-ons are superficial compared to a very good Hokkien mee. Plus the lard was flawless, the chilli addictive and the portion generous.

$5.50 for this plate of hokkien mee. The highlight of this stall is the addition of side dish such as salted egg calamari or belacan pork.

The noodle was flavourful and you can catch some wok hei taste. The calamari was crispy and delicious. Ingredients like prawn, sotong and pork are fresh. Good plate, but wont be my top 5 hokkien mee

I finally tried the stall that went viral years ago for its salted egg hokkien mee. The sambal version in which the pork strips and seafood were stir fried with the sweet chilli was glorious for every chilli and spice lovers. The wok hei from the noodles was splendid as well.

My group of 4 shared two large plates ($7.50 each)! The Hokkien mee itself is cooked well with lots of gravy, but leans towards the starchy side and lacked the wok hei taste. I liked that they still provide a substantial portion of regular ingredients e.g sotong and prawn! The salted egg yolk calamari is a crowd favourite - the batter is light and crisp!! It was a very good contrast to the dense noodles. However it lacked a distinct SEY flavour, and tasted like regular calamari. I loved the belachan from the pork belly - super spicy kick and really stands out from the regular sambal they provide! The meat itself was too fatty and thinly sliced.

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