127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
#02-27 Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre
Singapore 310127

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08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm

08:00am - 02:30pm


08:00am - 02:30pm

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So many good reviews on this place, thus decided to try it.

Was expecting a long wait and queue, but was surprisingly able to get my plate within 15mins on a Sunday morning.

This was certainly a great plate of hokkien mee, but my expectation was much more higher, after reading and watching so many fantastic reviews.

Still a great plate thou, sambal chilli was quite good, noodles was quite silky.

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The hokkien mee when reached our estate, still wet and warm.the seller pack separate chilli and lime for us too.
First, I was worried it will be dry, because we placed order for 100 packs, but it's not.
So highly recommended.
You can Place order by call this number +65 9671, 7071 and the delivery fee is $10..
💰$5 ( delivery fee $10).
📍Come Daily Fried Hokkieen Prawn Mee.
Block 127 Loronh 1 Toa Payoh.



The lard was super crispy and the hokkien mee is the wet version where you can taste the fragrant broth. 🤩🤩👏🏻 The wok hei taste not as strong as Swee guan HKM but nonetheless still a good plate! 🤤🤤⁣

🍽 is at 127, #02-27 Singapore 310127 Lor 1 Toa Payoh, 310127⁣

🕰 Tues-Sun: 8.00am-2.30pm ⁣

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The highlight was in the stock that flooded the plate, encasing a richness comparable with the best prawn mee broths, with each strand of noodle trapping a hefty amount of robust flavours within; the chili and pork lard also helped to add layers.
However, wok hei was noticably weak — a shame for those who find it a crucial element for hokkien mee.

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Really nice hokkien mee, probably one of the top ten in SG. But I'm not going to travel to toa payoh just for this.. I'd do so for Swee Guan (lor 29), but unfortunately not for this.

Stock was flavourful, both porky & prawny, and has a good balance between the two. Hokkien mee was still quite when served, something that I prefer too. Portions are actually quite reasonable for the price. I think the only missing is the overpowering [charcoal] wok hei (something that makes Swee Guan's stand out the most)..


One of the most famous Hokkien in Singapore, this is the wetter version that came with good flavour of crustacean and some porkiness in the stock. The stock is wet but not watery, but thick.
What I'm puzzled with is how sweet the stock is, which makes me think that perhaps quite a bit of sugar is added. I also prefer my noodles to come with some wok hei, even if it's the wet version.
Tian Tian Lai (Come Daily)
Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee
Blk 127, Toa Payoh Lor 1
Unit 02-27
Singapore 310127
9am to 2pm, approximate
Closed on Mondays