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I am curious at why there are so many orders to this stall for hokkien mee, i decide to try it after observing, it is run by a couple, uncle is friendly, when i order it, auntie cook it slowly , i am standing waiting for quite some time until i get my plate of hokkien mee, when i eat it, i know why, the noodles taste just right with the rich soup base with so much sotong, lean meat , egg on it, taste very fragrant, i put a stint of chilli to it, taste so nice with it, now i understand why auntie
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I am curious at why there are so many orders to this stall for hokkien mee, i decide to try it after observing, it is run by a couple, uncle is friendly, when i order it, auntie cook it slowly , i am standing waiting for quite some time until i get my plate of hokkien mee, when i eat it, i know why, the noodles taste just right with the rich soup base with so much sotong, lean meat , egg on it, taste very fragrant, i put a stint of chilli to it, taste so nice with it, now i understand why auntie let me wait and nice food are meant to be waited. Indeed one of the best hokkien mee i ever eat, very fragrant and nice. The stall also sells char keow teow and prawn noodles too.
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Date of Visit
2013-11-03
Spending Per Head
$3 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Fried Hokkien Mee