Hokkien Mee Man from Nam Sing Well it was a real close fight between Nam Sing and Geylang Lor 29) but in the end Nam Sing (32.3%) still beats Geylang Lor 29 (29.2%) by a mere 3.1%. There were 909 votes, so that translates to only 28 people. If we were to be pedantic, we […]
Thanks for all your nominations for the Best Hokkien Mee in Singapore poll! And the nominees are: 1. Geylang Lor 29 Hokkien Mee (East Coast Road)2. Che Jian Hokkien Mee (Chomp Chomp)3. Ah Hock Hokkien Mee (Chomp Chomp)4. Hainan Hokkien Mee (Golden Mile FC)5. Tian Tian Lai Hokkien Mee (Toa Payoh Lor 1)6. Singapore Fried […]
Best of the Best: Hokkien Mee – The Nomination round
Hokkien Mee on Opeh leaf from Geylang Lor 29 Hokkien Mee Ok, so we are looking for the one Hokkien Mee stall that would best represent Singapore in the Cultural Food Olympics (I just made it up, it doesn’t exist ok?). Now, when it comes to Hokkien Mee, several names always get mentioned. Nam Sing, […]
Ming Yun Fried Hokkien Mee: Everyone loves the Underdog!
Hokkien Mee $3 Everyone loves an underdog right? One of our kakis, Champagne recently shared this video with me which was a real inspiration. In case you still have not heard about Susan Boyle, she is this 47 year old lady who managed to put a big smile on Simon Cowell’s face. When she rocked […]
Simon Road Hokkien Mee: Wet or Dry or Wet and Dry?
Wet version I have grown to appreciate Hokkien Mee which is fried with the thin Bee Hoon. I used to like the other version which has the thick bee hoon and lots of gravy, but after blogging close to 30 of the most popular Hokkien Mee stalls in Singapore, I have developed a taste for […]
Tian Tian Lai Hokkien Mee: I would if you were opened daily!
Our recent polls showed that the Hokkiens have the least proportion of foodies as compared with the other dialects groups. Of course this does not mean that they don’t have a few lip smackingly shiok dishes in their culture. One of the best dishes in the world that the Hokkiens have given us is the […]
Thye Hong Hokkien Mee: Have Hokkien Mee will Travel
This stall is closedHokkien Mee special big plate $10 One thing that I have observed about most of the Famous Hawkers around is the fact that they are famous not just because their food is good, but it also has a lot to do with their personality and PR skills. Take for instance this Hokkien […]
They have shifted! Fried Hokkien Mee $5 (prices from $3) Hokkien Fried Prawn Mee has become, in most places, more like a Pasta than a true Fried Noodle. What I mean is that in a lot of places, the noodles aren’t really fried but simply cooked in the wok and then the gravy is poured […]
Xtra Large Plate Hokkien Mee $20 (for 3-4 persons) Now if you are at Geylang Lor 29 to try the Pork Belly Satay, don’t forget to order a plate of Hokkien Mee to go along with it. Hokkien Mee and Satay is my number one, all time favourite Singapore hawker combo. So it is a […]
Looks like Uncle Alex just cannot sit still. He had originally intended to take a 6 month sabbatical when he had to close the stall at East Coast Road due to renovations. But the good news is that he is back frying Hokkien Mee just after a 2 week break. The stall is located in […]
Chia Keng (Che Jian) Hokkien Mee: Now that’s what I call traditional HKM!
With Amagada If you are looking for a truly traditional Hokkien Mee, then this is the place to get it. It’s got it all. The opeh leaf, the crunchy pork lard, boiled melt-in-your-mouth belly pork, cut chilli and most importantly, a stock made from Sea Prawns or “Sua Lor” as it is called in Hokkien. […]
With Amagada Fans of Ah Hock Hokkien Fried Noodles at Chomp Chomp can rejoice as the Old Man who has been frying Hokkien Mee there for the last thirty years has finally come out of retirement and is now back in a frying frenzy. Chomp Chomp is one of those places that somehow still manages […]