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


04:00pm - 01:00am

04:00pm - 01:00am

04:00pm - 01:00am

03:30pm - 01:00am

03:30pm - 01:00am

03:30pm - 01:00am



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Reviews at Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee (Whampoa Makan Place Block 90)

Reviews of good food at Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee (Whampoa Makan Place Block 90)

Follow the long queue in the middle of Whampoa market and you’ll find Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee with pictures of our former president Dr. Tony Tan on the front. This plate is not the best I’ve had, but it’s terribly subjective if you’re a fan of the dry/wet, spicy/non-spicy, beehoon/mee. It was a good dish though and the chilli packs a punch! I love how they sprinkle the piece of lard all over the dish to give that added texture to the dish.


Last few times it didn’t impress due to inconsistencies.
There wasn’t any queue yet when we tried tonight and our verdicts were mixed. While the stock was quite flavourful and the starchiness was just right; the “ammonium” in the noodles was a bit too strong. Nonetheless, their chilli did stand out for us. Overall, good but not the best to us.

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There's a lot to choose from the bustling Whampoa Makan Place Block 90, but head straight for what our Tastemakers recommend — Hokkien mee. The stall, Singapore Fried Hokkien Mee, dishes out generous gravy- and wok-hei-ladened portions of the dish (from $4), and is easily recognisable by its signature orange oval melamine plate. Don't be fooled by the lack of a queue. According to Tastemaker Ni Eats, who frequents the stall regularly, you should be prepared to wait at least 20 minutes during peak hour, as there are plenty of takeaway orders. The Burpple community warns of the tiny amount of seafood, but is greatly satisfied with the three chillies provided on the side — chopped chilli padi, green chilli and a fiery sambal that has been consistently spicy for the last 20 years, according to Ni Eats.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Ni Eats

They will always be there to curb any rumbling stomachs late at night.
Be prepared to wait for a while even if you don't see a queue because there's bound to be ppl dapaoing (many packets). With just enough zhup(gravy) to make it wet enough for you to slurp down. This is the hokkien mee my family always go to for a comforting plate that has enough wok hei taste. I can vouch that their chili is as powerful as 20 years ago 😋. The different prices ($4/$5/$6/$8/10/$15) only means different plate size, it doesn't necessarily mean you get bigger prawns. 🤣 but I suppose they are small enough for it to be spread evenly in their huge wok! I did find one more prawn inside while eating haha!
#burpple #sghawker #sgfood #hokkienmee #burpplesglatenight

Walked from Toa Payoh to try this dish! While it's pretty much worth it, I was left a little underwhelmed due to my high expectations. Gravy was thick and savory, prawns are a little to few though.

In a nutshell, good but "could be better" in my opinion.



WAITING TIME: Slightly less than 10 min on a Friday early evening


SOTONG: A few pieces

FRIED PORK LARD: This time, yes. Previous time, no


CHILLI: Really good sambal :)

NOODLES: Thin white bee hoon with yellow mee. Nice and moist.



With his (dirty) spoon anticipating to dig in on the left.. Unhealthy, albeit tasty local delights for dinner today. Though, I actually had a 2 hour meeting abt Healthier Choice Symbol today. 🙊🙊🙊 Hokkien mee seems a bit saltier than normal today but the Pork Satay is still as amazing! The peanut sauce might look a bit off but it is super good with that squeeze of ginger juice.(it is non-spicy which explains the colour) #burpple #hawkerfood #sgfood #yumyuminmytumtum



WAITING TIME: More than 10 min on a Saturday early evening (about 8 people in the queue before us)


SOTONG: A few pieces



CHILLI: Sambal :)

NOODLES: Thin white bee hoon with yellow mee. Nice and moist.


So last night, we decided to have dinner at Whampoa Drive Makan Place. It's just impossible to pass up having the Hokkien Mee there. The queue was long as always but the Wok Hei and flavorful noodles, squids & prawns are worth the wait. With their signature 3 types of chilies (Paste/Red Chopped/Green Chopped), you get just the right amount of heat and spice with every yummy mouthful!! Must try!!! 5/5


Still as good as I remember it to be. Similar in style to Chomp Chomp's, but with much, much less waiting time. Rather skimpy with the prawns and squid but I'm ok with that because it's all about the glorious noodles here. The stall is easy to spot - just look out for the uncle or auntie standing on the raised platform at the side of the stall, your food is passed over the wall to you!


I got the $8 worth of hokkien mee. They have range from $4 - $15 of hokkien mee that will suit different groups of people who wish to share it. The taste of the yellow mee is quite strong but the chilli sauce compliment well with the noodle.

Ambience: Market place
Cost: 💰
Taste: 🍴🍴🍴


Very tender pieces of mutton ribs cooked slowly in a broth accented with Chinese wolfberries, angelica roots, ginseng and sliced ginger...such a warming comfort for the body. Ok, that's all.

Worth every single calorie and a definite must try when the in the area. Oysters were juicy and fresh and omelette was nicely crusted yet not overly dry which gave texture to the dish.


one of the better hokkien mee I've eaten. too bad the Singapore fried hokkien mee stall is closed, this hokkien mee stall opposite of that is also not bad.

Kinda liked it, the time when I cannot choose between black or white. Why not both!

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