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51 Upper Bukit Timah Road
#02-174 Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre
Singapore 588215

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm


11:00am - 10:00pm

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They use flat yellow noodles instead of your typical yellow noodles and though it might be a small change, it makes all the world of a difference texture wise. Might be a bit bias when I say that this is my favourite Hokkien mee in Singapore but it’s really quite up there.

The flat yellow Noodles were rather hard, possibly because it's been left alone for a while. Lacks wok hei but the gravy was thick and flavourful. Chili had a sharp zesty aroma, but wasnt too strong or spicy. Not rlly worth a trip, i would advise only getting it when it's freshly cooked(since it's cooked in batches)


The only thing it might lack compared to the one at ABC Brickwerkz is the wok hei. Other than that, a wholesome plate of Hokkien mee with rich broth and flavourful noodles.

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Probably not one of the best, but this plate slathered in thick gooey stock is just great comfort food.
I also liked that their chili added a pleasant savoury sweetness that accentuated the seafood richness. Plus the use of flat yellow noodles provided a slightly different interesting texture.

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$3 per plate. Especially good after a hike at bkt timah hill

Another hidden gem in the bukit timah food centre! This was my first time trying hokkien mee fried using the flat noodles instead of the usual yellow noodles, which was probably the reason why it leaves an impression on customers! $3 for a plate of fried hokkien mee with a reasonable amount of prawns and sotongs. Before he scoops up a plate for you, the stall owner uncle would first add in a ladle of the soup stock. I could also taste the burst of flavors with the strong wok hei as the noodles seemed to have absorbed the soup stock really well!