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Review (16)
Level4 2014-03-02
346 views
This is the stall if you got cravings for fried hokkien prawn noodles in a shopping mall, their soup base is soaked in the beehoon mee completely, with very nice chilli wrapped in the leaves, some may find it expensive for $5, but for this quality of hokkien mee, the price is ok for me, every ingredients taste so nice, but one flaw is that not much sotong left by the time i order for dinner. The soup base is prawn based, very fragrant, chilli not so spicy, just nice. continue reading
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Level3 2013-11-22
153 views
I got to Food Republic because I had a $5 food voucher that is in the stage of getting expired soon. The Hokkien Prawn Mee was priced at $4.50 and I went for that for my dinner. I was quite surprised with its excellent taste and flavor. There is always a long queue in this place. Food Republic uses Opeh leaf to wrap the Hokkie and it came out to be tasty. The noodle was moist and had the flavor of the prawn broth. It had only 3 pieces of prawn that were well-fried. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-25
101 views
Mr Thye Hong started his family business in 1970, specialising in local delights Fried Prawn Noodles, Char Kway Teow and Fried Oyster omelette. Today business has been expanded to various Food Republic outlets (both local and overseas) with never ending queues. What makes his food unique is the use of Opei leaves, which most strongly believe that the leaves have a unique ability to bring out the full flavour of the fried dishes. That is why I like to order fried prawn noodles (more commonly known as Hokkien Mee) for takeaway. The dish is wrapped in the leaf for takeaway. The noodles tastes so full of flavours. Prices start from $4.50 a serving. There is a 10% for passion card and safra card holders. continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-23
85 views
Want to eat good food, have queue up first. This stall always long queue for the popular fried prawn noodle. Today i order big Prawn Noodle it cost me $5.50, the noodle portion i think is just the same as normal price only. For upsize they just top up the big prawn only. Total can have 5-6 big prawn, the noodle is juicy and delicious flavorful. Even i order upsize, it still not enough for me continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-06
80 views
I was at Nex to redeem the Andersen ice cream I have purchased through Groupon so decided to buy dinner there as well. After looking around in Food Republic, I bought two packets of local delights from Thye Hong to try. Their hokkien mee seem to be selling like hot cakes.Hokkien prawn mee (small) $4.50They used Opeh leaf to wrap the hokkien mee..nice! Serving portion was rather big. The noodles were moist and infused with prawn broth flavor, quite well fried. However, I find that they are not generous with the ingredients, other than the standard 3pcs of prawns, there's only like 3-4 small slices of squid in it, no pork belly nor pork lard found in the noodles.Fried carrot cake (small) $3.50The carrot cake here was nice! Lotsa egg was used and the kueh is nice and springy, I love the charred bits...yum yum. continue reading
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