Review 218 Centre Hokkien Mee, Sumang Walk, Singapore

Review 218 Centre Hokkien Mee - Singapore Sumang Walk

“One of the nicest hokkien mee. Freshly fried and served, along with lard, tasty chilli and juicy prawns and squid. …” or “One of the better Prawn noodles in Punggol Sengkang. Moist and delicious. But oyster omelette too starchy.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about 218 Centre Hokkien Mee. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if 218 Centre Hokkien Mee is quality.

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  • Website: https://m.facebook.com/centrehokkienmee/
  • Address: Sumang Walk, Blk 218, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11 AM to 10 PM.

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218 Centre Hokkien Mee reviews

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“Best Fried Hokkien Mee in Punggol. Juicy with wok hey taste. The pork lard is also crispy and delicious. The prawn is fresh, don't have the raw taste that most prawns have. Bonus: no taogeh!”

“One of the nicest hokkien mee. Freshly fried and served, along with lard, tasty chilli and juicy prawns and squid. …”

“One of the best Hokkien Prawn Mee in Punggol & Sengkang area. Love the thick and wet gravy. There's wok hei and the ingredients are fresh. Definitely will come back whenever there's a craving.”

“Nice aroma and taste yummy! For those who want bigger serving, can order add noodles $1 instead of ordering the $7 or $9 prawn noodles (which also comes with more ingredients (eg. Prawns/sotong)”

“I will rate 6 stars if there is. Their prawn noodles thus far the best. I am not sure about other places and maybe there are some other better ones. But this is so far the best in North East side.”

“Very good hokkien mee in sk/punggol area. Char-ed taste was good!”

“Try the Char Kuay Teow when uncle with flat hat is there. Classic 70s taste, simple, hearty and tasty. Delicious. One of my favourite CKT around.”

“Shiok. Especially the chilli. Prawn is very fresh too!”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 122 feedbacks with an overall score of 4 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 61% are positive reviews.

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Review Review 218 Centre Hokkien Mee, Sumang Walk, Singapore

There is a total 122 reviews

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    E'zy Tech Tips

    Nice Place to Visit!

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    Super Tab

    Very good hokkien mee in sk/punggol area. Char-ed taste was good!

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    Liang Chen Yeo

    Among other available food item on its menu, imo the hokkien mee is the best.

    Served with a home-made chilli (extra chilli will cost you 50cents!), it elevates the taste of dish combined with the generous serving of pork lard!

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    Ryan华

    Sub-standard Hokkien mee with BA service.

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    Dra Ken

    Just went, hokkien mee so so.. Noodle don’t smell delicious, looks soaked. Wouldn’t go back again. Serving for $4 not worth it, was very little. Fried kwa teow was also totally disappointed, ate half only. The friendly AUNT said thank you, it felt like the message was sorry for the disappointment.
    I cannot believe people can gave five u. Also there wasn’t any so called leaf packaging, I guess run out of stock, so inconsistency here.

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    Jorine Lin

    Neighbourhood coffeeshop, serving variety of food.. from tze cha, western food (*my fav fried wings), fried prawn noodles/ oyster omelette, Indian rojek, mala xiang guo @china stall (*long Q after 7pm onwards). Newly added taiwan stall, generous portions of their fried stuff. Haven’t tried their rice bento set yet.
    Highly recommended, to those staying nearby, my weekly/2 weekly visit.

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    Leong Li Chin

    Many choices of food, Chinese mala, Thai food, Western food,zhu cha taste good , price reasonable.Good place to eat.

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    Alfred ho

    Nice selection for this small neighbourhood coffee shop. Mixed veg, hokkien mee, chicken rice, korean, zhi char, Mala, Thai food and drink store. Ordered the Basil pork rice. $5.50. Spicy and not suitable for kids. Taste mixture of thai/chinese but good taste slight salty with egg. Serving is big. Hokkien mee just soso and lack of wok hei so unsure why so many positive feedback on it. Oyster egg also fair badly as its too starchy. Only carrot cake can make the mark. Have outdoor/indoor seatings. Toilet need better attention. Nearby to other stores, confectionery, nail Spa, Mr fix, clinic and supermarket. Convenient

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    Roland Chang

    The price is ok, but the food portion is small! Can’t get enough! You have to eat two servings each time, and the radish cake becomes too much radish and less eggs! The egg smell is too strong!

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    Tan Vincent

    The Hokkien Mee is great. Worth trying

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    Lina sim

    The coffee shop is dirty, ceiling never clean for so long. They coffee and tea not nice also.
    The hokkien mee not so nice already compared to previously. They fried one big wok and put aside, when got order than they heat up and serve you.

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    Loi Boon Toon

    Nice..pork belly

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    L.C. Lim

    Try the Char Kuay Teow when uncle with flat hat is there. Classic 70s taste, simple, hearty and tasty. Delicious. One of my favourite CKT around.

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    Leslie Ho

    One of the best hokkien prawn mee.

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    Ying Ying

    Ordered hokkien noodles,fried kway teow,carrot cake and fried oyster egg through Food Panda.Hokkien noodles is yummilious,the rest are not too bad.Requested cutlery but was not given.Portion are rather small despite price….

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    Kelvin Peh

    So called 古早味 no bean sprouts. Standard not consistent. Agrees with what others reviewed about some Ch 8 TV show who hype up this place. Really nothing worth travelling here to eat. The carrot cake is even worse.

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    Frances Tan

    the hokkien mee taste weird, too wet and oily. the carrot cake(black), very strong burnt taste bitter. not worth the money at all.

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    daryl yeo

    Authentic hokkien mee a rare find, will frequent here again

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    Chin KL

    Nice hokkien mee in punggol

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    Dennis Dennis

    The hokkien mee is authentic and probably the best in punggol . The service can be better too.

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    Derric Ng

    Order medium size, portion like small, if order small, think shoukd be kids meal

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    ben lim

    one of the better ones

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    Lee Yeaw Min

    It was actually not bad

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    Gary Chng

    Nice authentic taste of hokkein noodle

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    Jerald Lim

    Tried a few times, standard fluctuates, once the pork belly slices missing. Best to dabao as the stall packs with opeh leaf for the noodles to soak up the goodness of the stock and leaf.

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    grin green

    Wet type to my liking but the 3 prawns were mushy. Seems like not fresh. Need $8 order to fill my tummy. For the price, I expect at least the prawns to be fresh.

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    Mabel Li

    This is my favourite Hokkien mee!!! Whenever I crave for it, I will always think of them! First try on delivery app, after which I got hook to it and Google about them. Today I am finally here to taste it straight from the wok! I love their chilli as its not sambal type. Noodles come with fresh sotong, prawns, pork belly, pork lard, big juicy lime and spicy chilli! Love it! Go try it to believe it!

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    Jfk Ng

    Best Fried Hokkien Mee in Punggol.
    Juicy with wok hey taste. The pork lard is also crispy and delicious. The prawn is fresh, don’t have the raw taste that most prawns have.
    Bonus: no taogeh!

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    Ferlin Wong

    The go to hokkein mee in puggol. Do note that they only accept cash ya..

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    Ah Hong

    Only the fried hokkien prawn mee is ok, others in Punggol area are overcooked.

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    Miloginger

    I will rate 6 stars if there is. Their prawn noodles thus far the best. I am not sure about other places and maybe there are some other better ones. But this is so far the best in North East side.

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    Douglas Kwok

    Would not recommend it.

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    Andy Lee

    One of the better Prawn noodles in Punggol Sengkang. Moist and delicious. But oyster omelette too starchy.

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    马道清

    Super spicy hot pot

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    Johnathan Cheah

    Hokkien Mee was great, Oyster Egg also good. Carrot cake (dark) was a little too salty. Portion was generous and serving time was quick.

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    Eng Boon Lim

    Food is not bad, service is bad.

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    0716 ssc

    The hometown chef is good, although not full, but the price is OK

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    Jerry QUEK Cheng Pang

    It is located in the Tastebud Coffeeshop just next to the multi storey car park block.The coffeshop is easy to locate as it is just by the road infront.The taste of the Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle is quite good.The gravy taste good.I think they use enough ingredients in preparing their broth.Their Fried Oyster Omelette is average , not the typical type which I like.The prices are average coffeeshop prices.Parking is easy , just at multi storey car park next to it.

    Dated : 17/08/2020 ( Monday ).
    Posted 2 photos of Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle and Fried Oyster Omelette.

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    Theodore

    Drink stall remains open but doesnt sell toasts or drinks that has to be made on the spot past a certain time at night

    It used to be just toast, then drinks got included out of the blue

    Im unsure if this is the coffeeshop policy or the employee’s

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    Tom Kang

    Very small portion. Need to pay 50 cents for extra chilli, which is only 1 small teaspoon. Taste is good but not fantastic. Extra chilli is a service to me, so this is a no no for me

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    weijie

    Didnt expect the hokkien mee at a random coffeeshop to taste this good!

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    Choo Joon May

    Average Hokkien mee with strong wok flavoured. Personally feel that the taste can be better. Queue can be about 15-20 mins. Of all the Hokkien mee, still find the best at Toa Payoh Lor 1 Tian Tian Lai Hokkien mee. $4 for the smallest plate with fresh …

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    Wayne Tan

    Hokkien mee was pre fried, heat up when order. Prawn and squid are cold but good texture. Chilli not bad but not amazing as heard. Taste slightly above average. Crispy pork lard.

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    David Tay

    Hokkian Mee, Thai Food, Zi Char salted egg chicken cube rice

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    Aik Seng Tan

    Very very good

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    Jeremy Phua

    very nice and yummy, but be prepared for a bad tempered lady to take your orders, haha.

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    Darren Koh

    Nice wok hei, but not enough seafood/lard flavour.

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    daniel fan

    Renovated. Good variety of food within this coffeeshop.. Close proximity to parking.

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    cheechenc

    Good

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    Chan Jim

    A basic 3 star experience! The best you can find in Punggol I supposed.

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    Prabukumar Prabukumar

    Singapore

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    Hao Lew

    i order through grab, indicate More Chilli for fried kway teow, in the end fried kway teow NO chilli.. but taste ok, Ordered medium hokkien mee, add $2. but the packet still small! nb..black carrot cake is nice. savoury, sweet, charred..

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    Kow Tang

    Hokkien mee – not bad but price keep on incresing.

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    Wai Hong Leong

    Nice but need to wait for a while as uncle needs to cook

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    arthur pok

    Delicious fried hokkien noodle for fast dinner here at punggol, when passing by.

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    Ignatius Png

    Good.

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    Dorcas Eileen See

    Chilli is spicy and nice

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    Louis Ang

    Very delicious must try.

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    Quek WeiHeng

    Hokkien mee is nice and decent portion.
    Good to try.

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    Ivan Cheng

    Super good must try …

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    Whye Zhen Yeong

    Standard dropped

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    Qiting Xu

    Nice aroma and taste yummy!

    For those who want bigger serving, can order add noodles $1 instead of ordering the $7 or $9 prawn noodles (which also comes with more ingredients (eg. Prawns/sotong)

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    Eddy Tay Eddy Tay

    Small size is really kids meal haha.. …

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    Evan Cha

    Great hokkien mee. Good texture and chilli …

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    Mohamed Hussain Syed

    Nice food, different taste

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    enzo wonders

    Hokkien mee taste good but portion is really bad.
    I had orderd 3 different sizes multiple times to assure myself that they were not mistakes cuz they were busy. Portions S M L are all about the same. Just a few strand increment.
    Suggest you to order 2packets if you want a proper full meal. Otherwise small packet for young children is ok.

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    Tan Kee Wee

    Cozy and good foods …

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    Kenneth Li

    Shiok. Especially the chilli. Prawn is very fresh too!

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    Michael Cheng

    Nice charcoal flavoured noodles. Must try the chili.

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    George Khoo

    Love the hokkien mee at this coffee shop. It’s moist n fragrant n tasty. The aunty who collects the order is also quite friendly. They have a buzzer to let u know it’s ready. The wait is not too bad usually 10 mins on weekday and slightly longer on weekends at around 6 pm

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    Alfred ho

    Nice selection for this small neighbourhood coffee shop. Mixed veg, hokkien mee, chicken rice, korean, zhi char, Mala, Thai food and drink store. Ordered the Basil pork rice. $5.50. Spicy and not suitable for kids. Taste mixture of thai/chinese but good taste slight salty with egg. Serving is big. Hokkien mee just soso and lack of wok hei so unsure why so many positive feedback on it. Oyster egg also fair badly as its too starchy. Only carrot cake can make the mark. Have outdoor/indoor seatings. Toilet need better attention. Nearby to other stores, confectionery, nail Spa, Mr fix, clinic and supermarket. Convenient

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    Ong Xue Ting

    Overrated. The chilli sauce provided has a fizz to it. Def not worth traveling here.

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    Egwin Law

    Nice. Savoury with gravy and big prawns.

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    Greg Goh

    All food generally good or above average. Good ( fast & courteous) service from all stores.Good atmosphere, easy access & quite spacious. ***** 5

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    Jeffrey Lim

    Hokkien Mee is a Legend.

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    Jm Koh

    Good

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    Huanjie Wang

    I ordered fried oyster via food panda but delivered oyster omelette instead

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    Zenith Loh

    Carrot cake – meh
    Hokkien Mee – meeeehhh
    Not sure about the stall owners but they kinda like blend food.

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    Tan Qiu Chun Alan

    The hokkien mee here is really good. The chilli also brings out the flavor pretty well.

    Carrot cake so so only.

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    James Xie

    First of all, they up price to $4 for the carrot cake. The $3 option was totally covered up.

    Carrot cake no spring onion also. Taste is normal portion a bit little for $4.

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    Skyhawk958 A4SU

    Price increased alot, standard dropped alot. Enuff said…

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    Li Ying Sam

    Love their hokkien mee. The wok hey is on point.

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    Jfk Ng

    Best Fried Hokkien Mee in Punggol.
    Juicy with wok hey taste. The pork lard is also crispy and delicious. The prawn is fresh, don’t have the raw taste that most prawns have.
    Bonus: no taogeh!

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    Ulrica See

    New coffee shop in a spanking new punggol area. Awesome charcoal wok flavoured hokkien mee! However, expect long waiting time up to half an hour on weekends!

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    TCL 85

    Do you ever heard add chili must pay $0.50? This stall charge additional chili for $0.50. Charges not to egg but chili. SHOCKING.

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    Jiasheng Melvin Chiow

    One of the few better food options in Punggol.
    Good wok hei!

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    Winston Khiu

    Hokkien Mee is great! It is the wet version.
    Pork lard were of larger sizes, very flavourful

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    Tharma Seelan

    Pricey for hokkien mee n it aint so special.

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    Aik Peng Ng

    Great flavor but the noodle was left in the wok for sometime before I ordered. Too soggy.

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    Danny Foo

    One of the best Hokkien Prawn Mee in Punggol & Sengkang area. Love the thick and wet gravy. There’s wok hei and the ingredients are fresh. Definitely will come back whenever there’s a craving.

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    Tom Peek

    The hockkien meal is not bad.

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    Amanda Chew

    Had the hokkien mee this evening. Flavorful, savoury with chili that has kick! Has a tinge of wok hei too. Recommended!!! Yumsss

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    Ng Boone Sing

    Wanton noodle only $3 with easy parking at MSCP!

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    Audrey Tan

    Was quite let down after all the hype from some ch8 show reviewing food from diff heartland areas. Very average tasting hokkien mee that is too wet & the chilli isn’t nice either. I’ll stick to simon road/upp east coast/lor 8 tpy.

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    Albert Tan

    Good variety of food here. Better choice than those in most malls’ food court. The Hokkien Mee here is a must try…

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    Francis Y

    Very friendly and funny cook and his wife.fiid is nice too.

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    Eugene Ho

    A great plate of prawn noodles in the North-East of Singapore, rather soupy a d cooked to my liking. Chilli can be spicy. I like this rendition of our local dish.

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    sarawut hatsakan

    Good

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    Michael Tan

    V good hokien mee.

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    Jimmy Tan

    Nice

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    gilberto kunihara

    Just a normal coffeeshops in the the heartland.

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    Lynn Chai

    chilli best and pork lark!

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    Tom Wong

    Probably the best Hokkien mee around Punggol. No kidding, worth trying. Their Hokkien mee is wet gravy style and wok hei is good. My pregnant wife’s top craving. Saw the uncle cooking, very experienced chef. Took away 1 star because the noodle are not cheap!

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    Jimmy Neo

    Nothing to shout about. I won’t go all the way just to taste it. Tasted ordinary, two mid size prawns, two small slides of sotong, no pork belly. Portion is also small.

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    Mr 51N6H

    A bit pricier than other places but I feel its worth the difference in price coz of the taste

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    Jason Ng

    It’s OK… Seems like pre=cooked

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    Mabel Li

    This is my favourite Hokkien mee!!! Whenever I crave for it, I will always think of them! First try on delivery app, after which I got hook to it and Google about them. Today I am finally here to taste it straight from the wok! I love their chilli as its not sambal type. Noodles come with fresh sotong, prawns, pork belly, pork lard, big juicy lime and spicy chilli! Love it! Go try it to believe it!

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    Alvin Neo

    Probably the best hokkien mee you can find in Punggol

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    Joseph Ong

    Nice taste for Hokkien mee

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    Jinyuan Jiang

    Nostalgic taste with added lark for the added taste

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    Young Choo

    Can get Hokkien Mee, fried carrot cake, oyster omelette.

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    Chareentorn Albert

    Nice and cosy …

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    cibA

    Great fried hokkien prawn noodle with wok hei

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    Tan Kian Leng

    Hokkien mee too X price

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    Andrew Augustine

    The hokkien mee is 1 of the best found in Punggol. There are days when the original chef (uncle in white t-shirt) is not there to cook, the quality will be compromised. I do appreciate that the prawns used are well sized as compared to most other stall’s that uses mini shrimps. A medium sized plate/packet will include 3 pieces of prawns. Pretty decent!

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    kk kk

    Dun bother to waste ur time. Attitude issue. One of those “very busy, stand one side and wait. I’ll take ur order when free”.
    Food abit oily for my liking. Standard also only so so.
    Their signboard claims "古早味", but I dun find any hint of what it claims

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    cpv green

    The fried hokkien prawn mee tastes good. However, it seems over priced because it uses deep fried pork lard instead of fresh pork as the accompanying ingredient. Portion is very small considering the price paid. However, there are two medium-large fresh prawns. Multistorey carpark no longer has Sunday free parking, and you still have to drive to level 6 in order to get a visitor lot. Queue for the food was around 10min. Also ordered fried kway teow. Taste is fine, but again ingredients are not worth the price paid.

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    KH Chong

    Nice Hokkien Prawn Mee, taste is well balanced, like the freshly made chilli sauce.

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    Tiane The

    The Hokkien Mee do have the charcoal smell

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    Alan Heng

    The wok hei for the hokkien mee is not so strong anymore. For me, i prefer to have less wok hei so it is better from the previous time.

    Char kway teow is good but not good enough to make it into my favourite list.

    Fried oyster is a failure in my opinion. It is more like oyster omelette.

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    Mo

    One of the better prawn mee available in Punggol.

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    Tom Lee

    One of the nicest hokkien mee. Freshly fried and served, along with lard, tasty chilli and juicy prawns and squid. …

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