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After doing quite a bit of research to find a hokkien mee that is relatively undiscovered, my search led to Warong Kim’s Goreng Delights, which is surprisingly a concept of Kim’s Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee at Eunos. The original outlet is made famous by Mr Tan Kue Kim, who is distinguishable by the photo of him wearing a long sleeve shirt and a gold Rolex watch while frying the noodles. For this branch over at Tampines, Warong Kim’s serves the famous hokkien and other Chinese seafood dishes, all of which are halal-certified. Understandably, many people would frown at the thought that there is no pork lard in this, but if the wok hei and taste is able to trump over the addition of pork lard, I will gladly eat this anytime of the day, as many hokkien men stalls might have added pork lard but the overall taste is far from good. I am thoroughly satisfied from my decision as this takeaway packet of hokkien mee from Warong Kim’s, which is the wetter version, has all the essential elements of a good hokkien mee, from the wok hei to the slurp-worthiness of the noodles. Squeeze in the calamansi for that additional zing and mix in the sambal for a satisfying meal.
📍Warong Kim’s Goreng Delights
51 Tampines Avenue 4, Singapore 520940

Halal Chinese zichar by the Town Park fishing pond. Deep fried salted egg sea bass ($28) because I cannot resist anything salted egg. Steamed one would probably be a better option but yep it was fresh, and lightly battered. Pretty decent hokkien mee but prawns could be fresher. Broccoli was crunchy and quite well done! Spent $48 for 2 of us.


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