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153 Serangoon North Avenue 1
Guan Hock Tiong Eating House
Singapore 550153

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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In Singapore, Hokkien Mee fans generally fall into two camps – the wet or dry. I don’t think I have a particular favourite, but should gear more towards a wetter version.

While some customers may think the portion is not fantastic, but there were ingredients of fresh prawns from Thailand, cuttlefish slices, strips of tender pork belly and crispy pork lard prepared fresh.

The prawn noodles were gooey and wet, absorbed some of the rich prawn stock, though not to the point when the umami-fairies would descend on the taste-buds. But good stuff.

Perhaps it was because I went relatively early to avoid peak hours, the wok-hei could have been a lot stronger.

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Call before u reach so you can collect the food when u reach, the wait time was about 30mins for me

Not a lot of wok hei, but the broth was not bad. What sets them apart is the cook on the Liao, the squid especially had a soft crunchy texture that was unique and delightful. Didn't really like the chili tho, it was q strong

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Xiao Di Fried Prawn Noodle certainly needs no introduction. Wok hei infused fried noodles swimming in a flavourful and slurpy prawn stock, served with spicy sambal belacan chilli. Every mouthful was a delight!

It’s tasty, wet Hokkien mee cooked with prawn, squid and pork belly, with very light of wok Hei ( Maybe it’s becoz I came at 11, when they just opened it).
💰$4/ small and $5/large.
📍Xiao Di Fried Prawn Noodle.
153 Serangoon North Ave 1, #01-512.

Not bad a dish — smoky, slurpy noodz and on the wet side. Fans of the wet version Hokkien mee will enjoy this. But portion was small and we waited one hour on a slow day. Probably won’t come back, a pity!

One of the best, if not the best fried prawn noodle in my recent memory beating more renowned ones by a mile. Had long heard of this stall for a while now but did not manage to try it as it was located far in the North-East.

This rendition veers towards the wet style of hokkien mee but it’s so so good! The noodles were wonderfully infused with the prawn stock, making it so easy to slurp down the noodles. It also has the right amount of wok hei which is very hard to achieve. Ingredients were fresh and plentiful and includes pork belly slices which is a rarity these days. The sambal chilli with its tangy taste complements the noodles perfectly.

Price: $4/$5