Review Simon Road Hokkien Mee, 210 Hougang St 21, Singapore

Review Simon Road Hokkien Mee - Singapore 210 Hougang St 21

“Nice balanced flavors. Noodles are cooked just right. Definitely one of the better hokkien mee out there.” or “Comes with $5, $6, $8 & $10 serving size. Pork lard is Yum. Chilli only 1 type. Seems like only Grabfood available.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Simon Road Hokkien Mee. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Simon Road Hokkien Mee is quality.

Introduction about Simon Road Hokkien Mee

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Background Info

  • Phone: 98202888 (+65 98202888)
  • Address: 210 Hougang St 21, Block 210 Block 210, Singapore
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Monday: Closed.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11 AM to 8:30 PM.

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Phone number

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Address

You can directly come to 210 Hougang St 21, Block 210 Block 210, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Simon Road Hokkien Mee reviews

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Is Simon Road Hokkien Mee good?

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“Nice balanced flavors. Noodles are cooked just right. Definitely one of the better hokkien mee out there.”

“Honestly one of the best hokkien mee I've had in a long time! Especially for people like me who like drier hokkien mee with thin bee hoon, this was really great. Only regret is not getting a bigger portion.”

“My pic is such a mess but it's really SO GOOD. The belachan chilli is also such a shiok accompaniment. Despite the area having big names like Nakhon Kitchen & 888 Mookata, it's a very strong competitor.”

“Really solid plate/packet of noodles. Flavourful, umami-packed and perfect texture and balance. Love that it doesnt get soggy and gross after packing home. One of the top hokkien mees in Singapore.”

“Tried this for the first time from this stall and I love it!!”

“It's the dry type of hokkien mee and very flavourful. Chili has a fiery kick to it and optional fried lard available. Worth the trip down”

“I have been eating at this stall for the past 25 years. Still one of the best in Singapore. Their spicy belacan chilli is to die for. For the less adventurous, they have the slightly spicy sweet one.”

“I love the soupy gravy and springy noodles. The chilli taste great with the prawns and sotong. Price starts from $4. I will definitely come back for more.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 200 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 68% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Simon Road Hokkien Mee, 210 Hougang St 21, Singapore

There is a total 200 reviews

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    Byzmark T

    More yummy

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    Wang Teck Heng

    This is one mean Hokkien Mee. I have been eating this for a number of years and still think it is wonderful. Portion could be bigger though. Eaten other better ones but those were really cream of the crop, this comes very close!

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    sam

    not worth the journey here unless you live in kovan, since its probably the only stall around other than the ones at the hawker centre. pricey relative to the portion size, bee hoon was not cooked till soft, felt like it was just blanched.
    had small amount of wok hei taste but the stock was not flavourful enough. first time trying & overall it was kinda disappointing.

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    neo shuhui

    BF approved Hokkien Mee stall

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    Poh Yun

    One of the best Hokkien Mee around and I was there with the love of my life..what more can i ask for. ️

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    Karen Goh

    Good hokkien with me

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    Benjamin Ong

    Lovely Hokkien along

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    Jin Guo (KJ)

    Not the best, but still decent

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    TN Boey

    A taste of childhood! Their taste has not changed for years, ever since their previous location at simon road. For those big eaters out there who would enjoy a larger plate, an order of 5 dollars a plate as well as extra noodles will serve you well in filling your tummy to the brim.

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    arvelia ong

    It was good but now the standard drop very badly. Now minimum price is $5. Taste is so so as compared to last time. It’s just pretty sad

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    Bobbi Wing

    Authentic hokkien.

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    Raymond Kum

    Standard dropped. The old man or his dad fried is better. Current HKM is not flavourful enough, does not stand out, very flat. Very disappointed. It used to be good previously.

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    George Chua

    Nothing fantastic. Have tasted better ones

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    Scott Pilgrim

    Pretty good and pretty fast

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    Tan Patrick

    Quite nice. Not oily. The thin Bee Hoon is great and the smell of the noodle is yummy!
    One ingredient that is too little or almost not there when you buy a $5 or $6 packet is the “San chan bak.” It would be wonderful to have a bit more this ingredient.

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    Matthew Lee

    Ki Lat no more…

    Growing up in the area and eating from this stall since forever, words can’t describe the disappointment.

    10 minutes wait for a new batch to be cooked up. Noodle was still tough. That cooking water the noodle was supposedly simmered in was bland and lacked oomph. Lard bits sprinkled after did salvage the situation just a little.

    Very run of the mill ordinary now.

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    Steven Phua

    Still as good as before after so many years

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    Francis Lee

    Finally! Today I have tasted the ‘Dried’ version of Singapore’s all-time favourite Chinese-styled fried noodle and somewhat, this dried Hokkien Mee has ‘up’ it to another level in fragrant and definitely, taste.

    My $5 plate is perfect for this morning’s appetite… HUNGRY! The lime is optional but the home-made chili is a MUST! And mixed with the sizzling wok-hei is ‘steam-ah’ (70s old street lingo).

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    Ursula

    Very good, my favourites are Ah Hock at Chomp Chomp and Hainan at Golden Mile Food Centre, this one comes very close. Love that I can order it from Grabfood, so convenient.

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    J Heng

    Didn’t know they shifted here.. chanced upon it. Still good with the wok hei taste. Yummy!

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    Willim

    Friendly staff and one of the best hokkien mie in kovan

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    Hao Wang

    My second five-star review on Google.
    It has come to my attention that whenever I read the reviews of a hokkien mee stall, I almost always see a number of reviewers claiming that “the standard has dropped” and “the portions have become smaller” and giving one-star or two-star ratings. Not very fair if you ask me. Given that the price of everything is always rising, would you like to have smaller portions, higher prices, or lower quality? You gotta choose one, and I for one think the food here is amazing and the portions are very fair. I’m a big eater and always choose the $8 option. Lots of food for the money.

    I have been ordering from this place since late 2017 and the taste and portion have been quite consistent. Also, let me assure you that the pork belly slices are still in there, noticeably present. This stall doesn’t put fried lard chunks in the food, which is a good thing for me. They also use thin bee hoon, which according to my wife is the traditional way. The prawn soup they use to fry the noodles is thick and very flavorful. I like the food in every way. The only possible complaint from me would be the size of the prawns – they could be larger, but I never cared about that in hokkien mee. In fact, I would love to pay less to have smaller prawns.

    I prefer this stall over the more famous Swee Guan Hokkien Mee at Geylang. Haven’t tried the one at Golden Mile yet.

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    Winston C

    Simon Road Hokkien Mee is a drier version. They added the thin bee hoon and it’s tastes good. Quite a bit of pork and prawns. And it’s starts from $5. Be prepare to wait as it’s can get crowded during lunch. Been there twice, different person char the Hokkien Mee. I prefer the older uncle preparing it.

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    bel

    idk abt the past standards but tdy i came ard 4.30pm to eat this. It wasnt served hot…. For $5 and given the fact that they got a 3 stars foodking stickers, i expected alot more. Very disappointed with the taste and portion. 3 small prawns and very little eggs and squids. No wok hei at all, taste was alright. I suspect the uncle never fried the hokkien mee on the spot but instead he prepared a big pot in the begining then just scoop up when someone wants to order. Totally not worth the trip down and also the foodking good sticker. Hopefully they can improve so that they can be on par with the foodking good sticker.

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    cindy tan

    Delicious hokkien mee

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    Leo Tan

    Originally located at the corner coffee shop on Simon Road, this hawker stall serves decent Hokkien Mee. Definitely had better ones.

    Also note that they precook and packet the Hokkien Mee for takeaways. So it’s not freshly cooked.

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    Zi Ran Xie

    nice but small portions overpriced

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    Sihan Goi

    Taste is not bad, but wife mentioned that it wasn’t fresh, and used to be better.

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    Geraldine Koh

    Did take away and it tasted nice. Worth a try. Thanks

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    Leon Kwang

    Not all ‘take away’ (打包) fried hokkien noodles are the same. Some are better than others.. maybe because some are wetter and the noodles could absorb the prawn stock (eg. Blue Star fried hokkien noodles which is a few blocks away). We’re a little disappointed with what we got from Simon Road, it was pretty flat, almost forgettable. Hope the young hawkers in the trade (eg. You Fu at Golden Mile) could help raise the game again.. they’ve got so much time ahead of them to perfect their recipe and techniques.

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    Wayne

    Standard has dropped and noodles are dry one visit and wet another. One star deducted for inconsistency.

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    Herman Chua

    One of the best hokkien mee

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    Next Chapter

    Inconsistent quality. Depends on who is frying that day

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    Kenneth Lim

    One of the best hokkien mee in Sg,

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    Galvin Ryan Chng

    One of the better hokkien mee around. For those who prefer a dryer style.

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    Dorothy Leong

    Very tasty

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    Edward Wong

    Paid $5 for a plate of hokkien mee. It was a bit dry and lacked of 猪油炸 but it was flavourful with enough wok hei. Service was fast.

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    Shun

    Almost everyone in the coffee shop order from this stall. The wait was ok. Food was above average. Portion reasonably large.

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    Lee Chia

    Taste so so only, over rated by Food King. Noodle was quite blend, not much taste. Too much yellow noodles, not enough white noodles, makes it imbalanced. Price was a little on the high side, $5 for a average sized packet normally can get for about $4 elsewhere.

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    Brian Ho

    Insanely good. Probably one of the best wet hokkien noodles you can find.
    Although, the portion went down by abit. If you feel full from just a plate of chicken rice, get the $5 serving. If you’re a small eater that can’t finish food, $4 option would be just nice.

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    Richard Tan

    So the Hokkien Mee is nice

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    Kelvin Lim

    This is the Real thing from generations passed down since the corner stall . No doubts they’ve shifted but the taste of their specialty remains . Please hang on to this taste forever , don’t want to miss it .

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    Vincent Lim

    It’s quite good

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    Martin Koh

    I enjoy all hokkien mee. This one is not exceptional but I like it. It is a stall near my home and I have always bought from the stall

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    Andrew Tan

    Nice balanced flavors. Noodles are cooked just right. Definitely one of the better hokkien mee out there.

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    Siwei Choo Andy

    Very flavorful plate of Fried Hokkien Mee. Definitely one of the top few Fried Hokkien Mee in Singapore.

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    Koh Joo Keng

    Same taste. Standard!!! Yummy…

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    Aloysius Lim

    Not bad

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    S H Lee

    I grew up eating this fried Hokkien mee, when they still packed them in opeh leaf for takeaway. Good to get reacquainted with this comfort food again.

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    Benjamin Yang

    Having been eating lackluster versions all over the island. This was an incidental find. Perhaps because of the location, there wasn’t a very long queue and they have adopted the electronic prompter so it was orderly and quick. The taste is definitely on par with some of the better ones. Will return if its along the way.

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    alexkoh joo keng

    Reasonable pricing.. yummy. To me the served portion is not enough for me. Perhaps I am a big eater, ha.ha.

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    1421 Discoveries

    Food – excellent. I rate it one of my favourites.
    Price – $. Only downside is the portion is getting smaller. The $5 is more like a $3 portion.
    Ambience – coffee shop

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    Ryan Thien

    Sadly the quality drop tremendously. Price at $5 but the portion is pathatic. Only thing which deserve the 2 stars instead of 1star , is the good old memories of the original store located at simon road previously.

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    Stanley

    One of the famous Hokkien Prawn Mee around this area. Their Hokkien Prawn Mee are cooked with yellow Mee and thick Beehoon. Simmered in their flavorful prawn broth, mixed with their homemade belachan chilli, the taste was awesome. And of course, don’t forget to add their fried pork lard for the extra taste. The only downside is their Hokkien Prawn Mee is priced at $5.00 per plate, which is on the higher side compared to others.

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    Amanda Zhou

    Fantastic plate of hokkien mee. Worth the trip to kovan!

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    李桂兴

    Nice but expensive

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    JiakBaLiaoDiary

    Not bad, however minimum order is $5 as they give 2-3 slices of “abalone”? Chilli is spicy and is their selling point

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    EJ Ong

    Not bad

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    Tan Yang

    It’s the dry type of hokkien mee and very flavourful. Chili has a fiery kick to it and optional fried lard available. Worth the trip down

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    Charlene Chen

    The chilli is really spicy and the portions are just nice. A little pricey but the hokkien mee is really good. Brought friends over to eat too!

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    Alicia Virlynn Ng

    It tastes good but it would be better in our opinion if the beehoon is softer and the gravy less saltish. We ordered a plate of $8 and the portion is not big enough for my 16 yrs old and 11 yrs old.

    Our family unanimously feel that the stall selling Hokkien fried prawn noodles at Cheng San Food Centre at amk is still taste the best!

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    Dylan Lam

    Nice food! Wok Hei is strong!

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    Teng Pok Chye

    The fried hokkien mee is different. It is a bit dry. Can improve. Expensive too. …

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    Ngee Wah Ng

    The Hokkien noodle is very delicious because it has the smoked aroma. They have two types of chillies which can go along well with the noodle. I like the 古早味 and the 锅气.

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    Samantha Lin

    Standard dropped to the max

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    Benjamin Chan

    Seems like the owner’s son has taken over the wok recently but its nowhere near his father’s standards. Not sure if this is a permanent switch but it was a disappointing plate of hokkien mee when i visited a couple of days back.

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    David Wong

    Don’t understand the poor ratings. Even before and after chilli, the Hokkien Mee is fantastic. Have some Wok Hei taste and the ingredients are pretty generous especially the pork lard so is worth every penny. A must try if you are around the area.

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    Wayne Wong Yong Cong

    Quite good!

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    Vky Razgy

    Not the best in terms of service but Hokkien Mee on its own is super good!

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    Aaron Ang

    Love their hokkien mee

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    Eats More Fun

    The Damage: S$10 for two

    Famous long time hokkien mee stall near the Kovan MRT area. Flavor is enhanced by their citrusy belachan.

    Follow us at IG: eatsmorefun

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    SteVvY Goh

    Great wokhei on the hokkien mee! Chilli packs a good punch too!

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    Randie Yap

    Authentic!

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    Chew Wei TIng

    Not bad. I like that it is wet. Portion is for $5. 3 prawns

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    Ser Bronn

    Awesome. One of the better ones I’ve had. Wokhey and a lot of pork (which i like) and you can add how much pork lard u want.

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    Jalial Ng

    Standard not as good as before and less ingredients and portion is much lesser now. Not worth the long queue. There are better ones elsewhere.

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    Tan jack san

    I dare say the best in SG!

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    Kenneth Lim

    Portions are small for the price paid.

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    Frank Ang K T

    Soso still consider ok.

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    Gordon L

    It’s not cheap, but the taste is pretty good. They’re pretty generous with the amount of seafood and fried pork lard as well even though I just got the cheapest $5 portion. Worth trying, but maybe not a weekly affair if you value your arteries.

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    Wilson Chan

    nice and delicious

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    Stella Tang

    I was lucky I got the last of the batch he was cooking, so I got served immediately. I grew up eating this as a kid and loved it. I still love it as much. Has Wok Hei, enough prawns and squid and the chili is very nice. I even asked for extra lime. Right amount of broth that was soaked up by the noodles i chowed it down in 10 mins so my parking was free!

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    Brendan Tan

    One of the best in Singapore! Nice wok hei and free flow pork lard!

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    Alice Chan

    Good

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    Sam

    portion a bit small, but nice taste.

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    Tatiana Mckenzie

    Tried this for the first time from this stall and I love it!!

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    Matthew Lee

    Ki Lat no more…

    Growing up in the area and eating from this stall since forever, words can’t describe the disappointment.

    10 minutes wait for a new batch to be cooked up. Noodle was still tough. That cooking water the noodle was supposedly simmered in was bland and lacked oomph. Lard bits sprinkled after did salvage the situation just a little.

    Very run of the mill ordinary now.

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    No Name

    Order 1 plate $4 portion.
    My 4 year old kid complain not full.
    not sure the $4 portion is mean for baby?

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    G Y

    Not the best but definitely one of the better ones in the area. The fact that there was hardly any queue on a Good Friday evening is a big bonus.

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    Philip Lee

    1 off the best fried hokkien mee.

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    Shirley Odelia

    On the wet side but the chilli not bad – quite spicy. We got the $6 one but actually it’s not a lot

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    Ed

    I won’t fly here for it and I won’t mind having it again if I am nearby

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    Space Tan

    Enjoyed my plate of Hokkien mee, nothing to complain about. Reached at 11am, and they cooked a fresh batch. It’s a no-frills coffeeshop, eat and go. Not difficult to find a seat also.

    This is the $5 plate, comes with a few pieces of squid and 3 prawns.

    Love the free flow pork lard. Chilli was tasty, like those you have with sambal stingray.

    Accepts multiple forms of payment as well – grab pay, cash, paynow etc

    Would revisit if in the vicinity

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    Shanmugam Elangovan

    Good food

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    Jonathan Tham

    nice

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    Christopher Seow

    It is mediocre, you get what you pay for. It have less value for money compare to MacDonald.

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    Mag TY

    one of the nicest Hokkien Mee I’ve eaten in a while

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    Lim Ah Seng

    Long time stall. Standard has probably dropped from it’s glorious days

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    Brandon Ng

    Good la!

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    Perry Pacific

    Average quality, hinging on old signboard name sake

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    Jayleigh

    So-so Hokkien mee. Prawns used were small, which was a shame as it probably led to the subpar hae flavour. Noodles texture was alright, I could also taste light wok hei. Chilli was fiery and good. Plus point for the free-flow pork lard.

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    Helena

    Nice fried hockien prawn mee n have wok hien

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    V Sensation

    Ok not bad… I prefer those a bit more wet.

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    Roger Quek

    I have been eating at this stall for the past 25 years. Still one of the best in Singapore. Their spicy belacan chilli is to die for. For the less adventurous, they have the slightly spicy sweet one.

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    Jiang Hengyi

    Went searching for hokkien prawn noodles after realising the chomp chomp one was closed. Lucky to have come across this gem. Wouldn’t say its just as good as the chomp chomp one, but good wok hey, fresh prawns, unique refreshing chilli sauce, no long queue, easy parking nearby. Safe to say I’ll be coming here often to satisfy my hokkien prawn noodles craving!

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    Wyke CWJ

    The food is great, service is quick. I also heard that taking the food away (being packed in the brown paper) allows the noodles to absorb the stock better. Hence, it will be nicer if you take the food home to eat

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    Dennis Lin

    bought 2 packets takeaway for dinner. both turned out to be pretty bland. could only taste the char but no flavor and taste. believe the cook was the son. not sure if that was a contributing factor to this mediocre plate of hokkien mee

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    Bernard Cokro

    Very satisfying! Highly recommended

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    Daniell Abraham

    No so nice.

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    Douglas Seah

    Normally order the $5 portion. The chili (not in here) packs a punch.

    One of the iconic Singaporean dishes and this hokkien mee is certainly amongst the better ones. Avoid eating those at food courts coz this is the real deal.

    The gravy is shiok and there is wok hei in it. Worth trying if you are in this area.

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    Backyard Xplorer

    I prefer the standard when they were at the corner coffee shop at simon road. But for a quick crave for FHM, it still do taste good as compared to many other FHM stalls available in singapore

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    Man goh

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    Jun Arn

    Cane here to try because it was highly reviewed. However it was a little disappointing. The noodles did not fully absorb all the broth. It felt like I was eating different parts of a hokkien mee instead of a filly infused dish. Overall and average plate of noodles. Would not purposely come back again.

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    Jimmy Neo

    Not as good as before, quality inconsistent & can be salty sometimes.Portion for $4 is really very small.

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    Bernard Tung

    Noodle taste not so good. Maybe because it is at night

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    王湧智(マイク)

    Vegetarian Hor Fun $4

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    Michael Yeo

    Very nice Hokkien mee

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    AL

    Definitely one of the best in Singapore, long history from father to son, taste is still the same. $5 dollars portion is just nice for me.

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    Ron Hoe

    Great food.

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    Stella Tang

    I was lucky I got the last of the batch he was cooking, so I got served immediately. I grew up eating this as a kid and loved it. I still love it as much. Has Wok Hei, enough prawns and squid and the chili is very nice. I even asked for extra lime. Right amount of broth that was soaked up by the noodles i chowed it down in 10 mins so my parking was free!

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    Yeo Eng Hian

    Good taste

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    Irene Ho

    Went for hokkein mee but so-so

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    Jonathan Lim

    Lousy food and over priced..

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    Aldrin Tee

    The usual over-hyped ‘old school’ food stall. The noodles were competent, but not fantastic. Could be due to the fact that the noodles were precooked in a huge wok and scooped out only when there were customers. I can imagine it would be much better if it were prepared fresh upon order. No pork lard was given nor offered. I assume I should have asked for it beforehand.

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    Elgin Tan

    This is a good plate of Hokkien mee. It’s like a combination of the wetness of whampoa and the al dente bee hoon of old airport road. The uncle is generous with the chili, lard and lime but don’t add too much as it will overpower the essence of good ol Hokkien prawn mee.

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    Ian Wong

    Today, the owner uncle was present to supervise a young cook. My order was freshly made, and it’s still one of the more flavourful Hokkien Mee around. A lot of ingredients, especially egg, all fried and browned sufficiently. The stock used was also savoury enough.

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    poh wei kiat

    Standard drop, my pager beeps less than 3 mins after I received it. Small portion for $8 .

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    Bernard Chin

    Really impressive plate of Hokkien Mee. Mouth-feel is great, springy yet not those sticky starchy kind. Must go with their sambal Chilli.

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    Garry Wee

    It’s not bad but quite expensive, still, it’s worth a try

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    Ah Hong

    The standard is not as good as before, it is too dry, the rice noodles are fragrant and tasty, the chili is not as good as before, maybe it was bought from the factory

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    Kelvin Seah

    One of the better taste fried hokkien prawn mee stall.

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    Ken Lim

    Very nice.

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    Jim Giam

    Standard drop but still ok to eat as a meal, also available on grab

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    Foo Jong Tong

    Very good fried hokkien mee. One of the best in my opinion.

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    Valerie Chia

    Ordered the $10 portion on Grab food delivery. Shocked at the size of the portion. Thought it only looked $4-5 dollar worth.

    Food was average. Wouldn’t recommend unless you’ve no other hokkien mee options in the vicinity.

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    Avril Atkeg

    Goog

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    James Loh

    Hokkien mee is quite good.

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    Kelly Low

    My favorite hokkien mee place in Singapore!

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    Colin Ng

    Honestly one of the best hokkien mee I’ve had in a long time! Especially for people like me who like drier hokkien mee with thin bee hoon, this was really great. Only regret is not getting a bigger portion.

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    tony LEE

    Sumptuous meal at hawker places, weekend a lots of people need patience to get a place to sit,if take away there is not a problem with. I tried the 4 dollars enough with but if it is a big eater I do advise can order other side.

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    Kelvin Cheng

    One of the must try Hokkien Mee in SG! Loving it.

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    Chee Seng Leng

    Yummy

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    Whye Zhen Yeong

    Food is so so. Not worth the hype and wait.

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    Vishal Salunkhe

    Tried the Simon Road hokkien mee 6dollar portion today.

    What was good: so many ingredients at 6gd (including 4 prawns), the chilli was nice and the overall broth taste also good

    What could be better: Not much wok flavor and the portion was ready when I ordered so also not steaming hot.

    Will definitely try again, I think if hot and fresh will taste much better !

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    Tan Tian-An

    Wokhei is strong but missing robust flavour. Slightly wet style noodles and chiili lacks punch.

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    NHC AlexBob

    Not fantastic! Price start from $4,$5 n so on
    Thinner bee hoon instead of broard type
    1 to 10
    4.5

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    Henry Nah

    After hearing all the hype by NOC, I decided to head down to try the hokkien mee. The auntie and uncle at the store were friendly, however upon eating the dish, I found the noodles to be dry and the bee hoon was a bit undercooked… really disappointing

    From the reviews, it seems like their standards vary significantly… as much as I want to give them another chance, I would only recommend heading down if you’re feeling extremely lucky

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    CW

    The plate of fried hokkien mee looks really unappealing, it must’ve been precooked & sit in the wok for quite a while, but it tasted not too bad though. The $4 portion is like kid’s meal, just miserable, why not start from $5 if you are not keen in selling at $4?

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    X

    Really solid plate/packet of noodles. Flavourful, umami-packed and perfect texture and balance. Love that it doesnt get soggy and gross after packing home. One of the top hokkien mees in Singapore.

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    darren kuah

    one of the best

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    Eric Poh (orisys)

    Not oily and pork lard at your amount. Mee hoon is more than noodles. If u like mee hoon, you will love this.

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    Patrick Chan

    Like the noodles fried in a dry manner and not those in a very wet type in other stores.

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    Kevin Tan

    My fav Hokkien mee…

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    Godwin Wong

    Great taste! Very affordable and good portion size also. Please support them!

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    R C

    Same great taste since the 1980s.
    Chef has mastered the art of “wok hei” and you can always expect the same consistency with every visit.

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    Henry Chai

    Comes with $5, $6, $8 & $10 serving size. Pork lard is Yum. Chilli only 1 type.

    Seems like only Grabfood available.

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    East End

    This recipe of having more bee hoon than yellow noodle is reminiscent of the old charcoal fried stall at the corner of Simon Road and US Road (hence the name). The prawn broth used to cook was nicely done, and gives a good balance to the final product. There are 2 types of chilli (sambal or chilli paste), so you can state what is preferred. You can also ask for pieces of crispy pork lard to be added, for the authentic old style.

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    Andrew Goh

    Come here early to avoid crowd on Friday but realized is quite ok around 12pm. The noodles still lack of wok hei and towards more dry type. The chili is ok and lack of ohm factor. Overall taste is great but $5 is a minimum order with just 2 prawn .. didn’t see much egg or bean sprouts that you typically expect to have. Add your own lard which make a great flavor ! Easy parking and the coffee shop is less crowded ..!

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    James Tan

    Good but a bit on the dry side – I prefer the slightly wet and soggy type.

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    Duke Jibe

    Nice for breakfast! Less a start for the price thou…

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    Kian Theng Ong

    Having been eating from this stall for over 30 years. Still as good.

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    adrian tan

    Very good food

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    Albert Cheung

    The taste is superb but the portions are small maybe due to the vermicelli rice being the bulk of it. I didn’t even have the lime and pork cubes. Still well worth trying out.

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    oliver tanhk

    Michael was very pleased with this treat from his buddy, his high standards is understandable when he often eat at and compared to Tung Lok …

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    Kimheng Peterquek

    Where is Xiaofan Central City, there are a lot of eats, all of them are good! It’s straight to go somewhere, and then you can walk slowly to Wujilin, go shopping!

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    Steven Neo

    Rich prawn stock with wok hei aroma definitely one of the best Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles in SG

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    Philip Peh

    Overpriced! $5 for a small pack. 3 small prawns and 2 or 3 slices of Sotong. Don’t think will go back again. Taste so so…

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    Greg Goh

    Ordered the Western Food, Pork-Chop. Very good service, food standard 90/100. Coffee shop very clean, very warm ambience.
    5

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    steven lim

    Not as good as before. This time the cook was a young chap and while the prawn broth taste was there, the chilli was different.

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    Esther Tay

    Noodles thick with prawn taste. Must have been soaked with soup that has been boiled. $5 a plate. If you like it a bit sour, the chili is nice too

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    Kwan

    Not a fan of the dry version (akin to the one at beach road). But flavors were decent and portions were fair.

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    Pak We Henry Chua

    Standard dropped. Pricey

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    Jeffrey Tan

    sitting on past reputation. not worth ordering.
    guys cooks a whole batch, packs them up, then sells them to whoever comes along.

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    Ben Zhang

    Wonder what’s the deal with people ordering grabfood from this stall where it taste so average when dining there and what could be worst if you take away since the noodles and broth will dry up . Won’t recommend .

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    Joreen Yin

    I love the soupy gravy and springy noodles. The chilli taste great with the prawns and sotong. Price starts from $4. I will definitely come back for more.

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    Joseph Tan

    When around the vicinity, should give it a try. Not the best Hokkien noodle but it definitely doesn’t disappoint..

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    Audrey Tan

    My pic is such a mess but it’s really SO GOOD. The belachan chilli is also such a shiok accompaniment. Despite the area having big names like Nakhon Kitchen & 888 Mookata, it’s a very strong competitor.

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    Laval Ng

    Tastes good with a nice chilli added. Eat on the spot is recommended.

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    Henry WOC

    Only 1 small prawn, 3 small sotong for a $5 portion at Hougang outlet not worth at all

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    Mark Chng

    Great taste

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    Vishal Salunkhe

    Tried the Simon Road hokkien mee 6dollar portion today.

    What was good: so many ingredients at 6gd (including 4 prawns), the chilli was nice and the overall broth taste also good

    What could be better: Not much wok flavor and the portion was ready when I ordered so also not steaming hot.

    Will definitely try again, I think if hot and fresh will taste much better !

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    Some Kaki

    We have been patronising this stall since my grandfather times >40 yrs ago. They moved from Simon Rd corner kopitiam when it was a dirty old place. Owner son does the cooking nowadays. Still like the taste although portions have become smaller. Inflation… i like it as this is one of the rare hokkein mee that uses thin beehoon which makes it less sticky and soggy, unlike places like chomp chomp. Try it and taste for yourself !!

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    Michael Lachica

    24th September 2022

    A few days ago I ordered through grab and was a little hesitant because the last time I had this at their shop, there was someone else cooking. Not the original owners but some random people which I did not recognize.

    At that time I ordered 2 plates and was utterly disappointed with the quality and taste. Not enough Wok Hey and the flavor lacked that prawn taste.

    However, my delivery was much better and closer towards the original taste. The original must have been cooking that Saturday.

    This place has one if the best hokkien mee anywhere. It’s pretty original like back in the 70’s.

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    iamsingaporean1

    Pathetic portion for $5. Thought my 6 yr old kid can have a full meal, in the end she says not enough.

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    Raymond Yap

    Good and tasty. One of the better Hokkien Mee

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    Peter Lee

    It’s good but not great. Noodles a little dry but they are giving their money worth. Got to wait some 15 min at least for the noodles.

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    J

    slightly pricey for a small plate

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    Jia Hao JosHua Chong

    Hokkien mee with a hint of wok hei and you can savour the delicious taste of the prawn and squid. Totally worth a try if you are nearby!

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    Moses -

    This stall serve the dryer version of the popular Hokkien Mee. Quality is good, with the sotong and prawn being not too hard. Price wise, it’s a bit expensive but I’m sure people are willing to pay for it.

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    Boon Yeo

    Definitely one of the better hokkien mees in sg but not sure if it lives up to the hype… The Bukit Timah Market one is comparable and nearer to my place

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    Victor Cheong

    Pork Lard

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    Cheng-Choon Si

    Love this dry version of hokkien mee with wok hei. Even just bee hoon only is nice. It’s the last plate without mee before the stall closes at 8pm.

    Knew this stall some thirty years ago when it was at the corner kopitiam @ Simon Road and the old man (the father) was behind the wok. It used to open in the evening and the frying never stop as customers keep coming.

    One star less as I feel that the father fried the hokkien mee better than the son.

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    DERRICK YUEN

    The hokkien mee was really nice, there’s small slices of pork belly(三层肉) which I hardly find them anymore. The prawns were serve in whole piece instead of half slice, its fresh and had the shell removed. The chilli was very nice too! Spicy with abit of sour to increase favour.
    Hokkien mee Potion was small as I order $6 instead of the normal $4. There were 4 prawns given for mine. I spotted others that ordered $4 had 2 prawns.

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    TC Chua

    My favourite Hock Kian Lee all these years

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    Jackson Lim

    Average only

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    Xiaoan bai chi

    Smoky hokkien Mee that comes in various sizes. What you see is a partially demolished $6 plate. It’s somewhere wet and dry so both camps would find something to satisfy them

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    Allan Lin

    Quite nice. Cooking is dry type.

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    Nicholas Lee

    One of the more better hokkien mee around kovan, they used to be at Simon road (abuden… See the name you know liao) and i’ve had their hokkien mee since they were located at simon road. Their standard is still good and their wok hei is da goooood

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    Shaun Q

    Very flavourful. The whole dish itself is filled with a very nice prawn broth aroma and taste. Noodles are cooked nicely. Bought at night so the prawns aren’t as fresh. Only downside is the chilli…it does taste like typical factory made chilli so it does nothing to the dish at all and it might actually overpower it. But overall, worth it!

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    steven lau

    No as good as the last time at Simon Road!

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