90 Whampoa Drive
#01-32 Whampoa Makan Place Block 90
Singapore 320090

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03:30pm - 01:00am

03:30pm - 01:00am

03:30pm - 01:00am


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My neighbourhood Hokkien prawn mee - the chilli is still super spicy so just a little bit is enough for me. It’s still great, very tasty, the prawns are still Swa lor prawns which are very strongly flavoured. Just the correct prawns for Hokkien mee.

The only disappointing thing is that they no longer have pork lard to add to the noodles to give it extra crunch. I didn’t ask why but the auntie knows I like pork lard in my noodles and if she didn’t add for me means don’t have no need to ask.

There's a rather strict and orderly queue system in place at this stall, which has been serving its delicious 'wet' rendition for over 20 years or more.
Known for being a supper spot, they still draw queues during the day for their soft gooey noodles tossed with fluffy egg and crisp bean sprouts, soaking up the gravy and carrying smoky grainy savoury sweet salty eggy flavour.
The tender pork belly strips are meaty savoury salty in taste, while springy squid chunks and crunchy deshelled prawns both lend sweet savoury flavour. Some lime juice for a touch of tangy zesty sour notes.
Regulars love how the spicy savoury flavours in the sharp sambal belachan lend a fiery kick. Together with their wok hei / breath of the wok, it makes for an addictive plate.
Hokkien Mee
Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee 新加坡炒福建虾面
@ Whampoa Makan Place, 90 Whampoa Drive #01-32
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My family is back at Whampoa Food Centre for dinner and we ordered a generous plate of Hokkien Mee ($10) from Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee to share. The yellow noodles and thick bee hoon go well with the garlicky and flavourful sauce. The chilli is not super spicy but it adds just the right amount of heat to the noodles. Together with the prawns, squid, pork belly, egg and lard, this is one decent plate of Hokkien Mee that I wouldn’t mind having again.

Had the $6 portion.

Very long queue during dinner time.

Very friendly auntie collecting orders.

Not a bad plate of hokkien mee, chilli was somewhat sweet.

Theres no need use chopsticks to eat, spoon can scoop everything up to eat.


I love hokkien mee a lot, but I do not allow myself to eat it often cause it is really unhealthy. I am glad that the taste of this hokkien mee lived up to the hype. My only gripe is that i paid $5 and only got three tiny prawns... But overall, a very delicious meal!

#burpple #sghawker #sgeats #sgfoodie #sgfoodies #sgfoodlover

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Something unusual about this stall is that their order counter is at the side, not the front of the stall.

Queue formed easily but waiting time is short. It is completely a wet version with just a few prawns plus sotong from $4 onwards.