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6 Jalan Bukit Merah
#01-13 ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre
Singapore 150006

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Sunday:
03:00pm - 10:45pm

Monday:
03:00pm - 10:45pm

Tuesday:
03:00pm - 10:45pm

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
03:00pm - 10:45pm

Friday:
03:00pm - 10:45pm

Saturday:
03:00pm - 10:45pm

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Located at 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre, # 01-13, Singapore 150006. .
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Fried Hokkien Mee, $5. Fancy for a plate of wok-hei Fried Hokkien Prawn mee?? One of our favourites is this, Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng! It comes with 2 big prawns and several sotongs.. The noodles were flavorful and has a smoky wok-hei taste to it! Texture was just nice, not too wet or dry.. Their sambal chilli is so shiok and fragrant that we always ask for more. It goes so well with the noodles or even on its own! .
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We queued for around 1h+ for this Hokkein mee on a Saturday night.

The portion is very generous, and had the wok hei charred bits and flavor.

The noodles are more like the thin bee hoonish kind, as opposed to the thick yellow mee kind.

I didn’t like it as much as I thought I would! Perhaps cos I like thicker noodles. Found it a little bit bland.

The chili is super spicy.

PLEASE CALL TO ORDER BEFORE GG DOWN. Think we went at the peak hour around 730pm and queued till 930pm my tummy almost died. AND MY DESSERT STALL CLOSED AFTER CUZ IT WAS ALR SO LATE SOBS. It’s super yummy but not queueing for 2hours again HAHA
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🍽 FUD FOR THE TUMMY
• Fried Hokkien Mee ($5)

The rich stock is also perfectly absorbed by the noodles into a salivating texture - moist whilst still retaining bite. Slightly less intense stock than some places, but combined with their standout sambal belacchan and a squeeze of limes, it is a plate of balanced savouriness that never gets jelak.
But the monstrous queue though...

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After watching food king, I was looking forward to trying this dish! Went on a Sunday, started queuing at 3.10pm and waited roughly 15mins. The queue behind me was getting longer and longer.

Finally got my order taken, and excitedly brought it back to the table. First look/impressions: Wet/damp type, sticky looking, prawny smell, good portion of ingredients. First taste: great texture, wok hei was there (but could have been more pronounced), broth lacked something (perhaps not enough or lack of pork bones?), fresh ingredients...

It was one of the better ones in sg, but I still ain't convinced why it was recommended by food king. Perhaps consistency is an issue here?

Rating: 3.5/5

I’ve patronised this stall since its days in Tiong Bahru. The present chef learned from his late father. The skills were passed on well. The mee is soaked well in the flavourful and tasty stock. The ingredients are fresh and above all the homemade sambal chilli is awesome. I’ve mixed feelings about the award for this stall. On one hand the chef deserved it but on the other hand the queue is so long that he’s afraid he won’t be able to produce good quality food. Had it today and found it to be just as good. Sad thing is his children are not taking over. Soon he may be too tired to go on. For the time being I’ll still queue for this dish.

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