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537 Bukit Batok Street 52
Singapore 650537

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Sunday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

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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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(Late post)
Sambal Belachan Pork Belly Hokkien Mee + Salted Egg Calamari ($7.50)

Wanted to add salted egg calamari to the hokkien mee and was told that it would cost an additional $3 so I told the owner if it was possible to give me less and hence, made a foodie mistake...

Added $2 worth of salted egg calamari instead. Totally regret it.

Review
- Hokkien Mee was wet and flavourful by itself; Worth ordering on its own if you're just craving some Hokkien Mee
- Sambal Belachan pork belly added another dimension in terms of flavour but overall, I feel it can be replaced by copious amounts of their sambal chili instead
- Salted egg calamari complemented the hokkien mee really well; Umami, crunchy and delightfully thick pieces of deep-fried sotong :))

Overall,
- Ask for additional sambal chili on the side as it goes really well with the hokkien mee
- Get the salted egg calamari instead of the pork belly if you have to choose one
- Do note that the location is really obscure; located in the heart of bukit batok neighbourhood within a tiny food court (3-4 stalls) found beneath a HDB block
Price: 7.5/10
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 8/10

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What an odd combination of two of my favourite local dishes — Fried Hokkien mee & salted egg calamari that surprisingly tastes good and actually goes well together!
We totally digged the fragrant and crunchy pork lard cubes and the noodles in a wet, gooey gravy despite a tad lacking of ‘wok hei’, as well as the fried calamari rings with crispy batter coated in rich and savoury salted egg sauce that’s so yummy! 😋
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1.5 month-old @mianwang1971 offers an unconventional take on one of our favourite local dishes, fried hokkien mee. There’s options of original, salted egg calamari, sambal belacan pork belly and flamed red braised pork. If hokkien mee isn’t your thing, there’s the KL Savoury hokkien mee and fragrant fried noodle (aka char kway teow). •

Expect a plate of wet, slightly sticky fried hokkien mee that has gravy stock well-seeped into, although it was lacking on wok hei partially. Portion was reasonable, with the usual hokkien mee ingredients such as squid, pork meat, prawns, egg 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. Nothing too creamy. And I was really delighted that they remembered the important elements for a salted egg flavour - the curry leaves and chili!! Would have been better if the squid rings were thicker for a juicier bite. Don’t miss out on the sambal belacan, it’s so fragrantly addictive and the fieriness was just right for me. Perhaps might not be punchy enough for spicy lovers. I will probably be back to try the other flavours! •

The stall is also serving a curry rice and braised meat raise menu under the name of @laocaicurry. The boyfriend said it’s the typical type of Chinese curry where the coconut milk hits the tongue strongly. Braised meat was worth trying; tasted homely with a robust flavour of the various spices used for braising. Meat could easily be torn off, and that’s how tender it was. •

Crowd is pretty limited in the area, especially when the stall is hidden in a coffee shop under one of the HDB blocks. But if you are in the area, please do give it a try! • 📍: 537 Bukit Batok Street 52
⏰: 10am to 9pm daily

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