Uncle is already past 70 but he is still spends most of his time at the stall frying Hokkien Mee. Aunty still goes about her work of taking orders with a big smile on her face and her eyes will light up when she talks about her son who is working in the EDB as one of their Directors based in the US. It doesn’t sound like there is going to be anyone to take over the stall once Uncle decides to retire.So, if you want to try some authentic, old school Hokkien Mee, you should make a beeline to this stall soon!
I have eaten at this stall several times, but I never really took much notice until this occasion. The noodles I had this particular night was exceptionally tasty and well fried. Perhaps Uncle wasn’t as busy that night and managed to give the noodles a few more swirls. The bee hoon were very tasty and they are actually excellent value as even the $3 plate comes with nice and juicy medium sized prawns. It’s too bad that Uncle has decided not to add the belly pork anymore. 4.25/5</div>
Sheng Hokkien Mee