210 Hougang Street 21
Singapore 530210

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10:30am - 09:00pm



10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

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Saw a YouTube video of this place and decided to try it.

Not as jelak as I feared. Manage to finish this easily and was still enjoying the last few bite.

Chilli was spicy but bearable.

Hokkien Mee
Dry & large version
Available at @SimonRoadHKM
Crispy lards packed separately
Came with 3 peeled prawns
Note πŸ“ : dry version was packed in paper while wet version in plastic container

I hadn't been back to this neighbourhood legend for a while, I went for medium size, and I wanted to say it's so good and I missed it blah blah. Until I realised one of the reasons it's so sumptuous was it's wet, but wait, isn't Simon Road Hokkien mee famous for being stir-fried dry? Is that a clue this is not the legit successor? One thing fitted the brand: the free-flow lard. Regardless, the Hokkien mee was really top quality. Everything was on point, including two shiok chilli sauces.

Simon Road Hokkien Mee($5)@Kovan -
6.5/10 Clean tasting. Lime is very light. Nothing fantastic. Maybe tabao-ing might taste much better.

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I really want to love this after seeing so many raving reviews but unfortunately my plate of Hokkien mee was watery and salty. :(

Won’t be returning.

This famous Hokkien Mee didn't disappoint. The yellow noodle and bee hoon had soaked up the tasty stock that was full of flavour. Mixed in some of their homemade bright orangey red chilli sambal for the added spicy kick and shiok-ness.

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