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Bus Stop: 14129, HarbourFront Stn. Bus Service Numbers: 10, 30, 30e, 57, 61, 65, 80, 97, 97e, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, 188R, 409, 855, 963R, NR1, NR6.. Train Station: HarbourFront Station. Carpark: M0078. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00-22:30
Mon-Sun
08:00-22:30
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Fried Hokkien Mee
Review (5)
Level4 2013-05-19
83 views
After watching the "Mian dui Mian" at Channel 8, was looking to try this stall... ... ...Kinda of disappointed with it, this is the worst hokkien mee i had try...I don't see what the fuss is about this stall...Could it be that so far all the reviewers are biased??It's so tasteless, the only thing I can review is their chili which taste excellence that you have to mix well with...I'll kinda regret to drop by... continue reading
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Date : 20130112Time of visit : 12pmWhat/Where : Cheng Ji Chao Xia Mian Hao Jian @ Seah Im Hawker CentreWhat we had : Fried Prawn Mee, Fried Oyster EggAverage cost/pax : $6 for 2Ambience : Spacious, old but airy hawker with plenty of seatsService : Friendly but slow (lunch crowd)Portion : Prawn mee was fragrant and tasty huge portion for $3; Fluffy flour-egg mixture with fresh plump oyster. Location : Seah Im hawker is very accessible and convenient as it's connected to bus interchange and it's opposite Vivo City. Plenty of parkingWhat's good in particular : Value for $$What's bad in particular : n/aABiteOfEverything.com continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-08
23 views
I always ordered a plate of fried hokkien mee with an extra egg, costing $3 in total. Delightfully topped with generous servings of fresh prawns, so tong and fried egg, the mouthwatering noodles are exceptionally flavorful and impressively fried with a distinctive charred fragrance. The savory chilli paste is sweet and spicy and complements the tasty noodles very well. continue reading
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Level3 2011-09-26
27 views
Decided to try this stall's ban mian as I had tried their fried hokkien mee before. fried hokkien mee was not too bad but not the best i had tasted, can try out yourself the stall owner , middle age man and supposing his wife, quite friendly people.The bian mian had many ingredients, which is a pleasant surprise given the price $3/bowl. They gave one chinese mushroom for each bowl, not that common for ban mian. The noodles are cooked just nice with the right softness. Soup is tasty with not that much MSG. i like the ikan bilis, crispy and is a must take with ban mian. continue reading
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Level4 2011-08-02
24 views
I was here at this food centre one evening and spotted a queue right in front of this stall and thus joined in out of curiosity. And, i finally got my plate of fried hokkien mee 15 minutes later. Wanna make a guess how much is this plate of fried hokkien mee? the answer is $3.00. I got such a big portion with 4 medium sized prawns for only $3.00. i think that explained why there is always a queue even during the off peak period. The noodle is well flavored, nicely simmered in the robust prawn stock. Every mouthful is definitely an enjoyment. The sambal chilli complemented really well with the noodle and not overtaking the flavor. It might not be the best but i enjoyed eating it. continue reading
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