Hokkien Mee

Any of the several styles of fried noodles using a variety of ingredients from prawns to bacon and cuttlefish or squid (sotong). It is not uncommon to find pieces of deep-fried pork lard added to the noodles to bring enhance the taste. This dish should be served with a piece(or half) of lime and generous dollop of chilli paste. Also called 'fried hokkien mee/noodles' or 'hokkien prawn mee/noodles' or a combination of the two.

Amoy Street Fried Oyster

People's Park Food Centre
People's Park Food Centre has a confusing address of 32 New Market Road when it is really located at Park Crescent. Just remember it is outside Chinatown MRT Station beside People's Park
Chinatown MRT Station NE4
Chinatown MRT Station (NE4) stops at the doorstep of People's Park Food Centre
bean sprouts cockles
The usual oyster omelette above, and the not-so-usual bean sprouts with cockles. Ai hum mai ? ai ai ai !
oyster fried kway teow mee
One day I must try this
fried oyster omelette
Fried oyster omelette, (a.k.a. orh luak) - the real thing
char kway teow mee
Char kway teow mee, not too oily, not too wet, not overly sweet

Categories: Chinese, Char Kway Teow, Fried Oyster Omelette, Hokkien Mee, Carrot Cake, Hawker

Located at #01-1016B* People's Park Cooked Food Centre, 32, New Market Road., Singapore 50032
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*This stall has another outlet at unit#01-1136 diagonally across the main dining area of the hawker center. Now if you happen to be eating the yong tau hu from 永祥兴豆腐 (which doesn't come with noodles, rice or other starchy gooey staple stuff like beehoon), then you might want to order some dishes from this stall which offers an interesting list of fried noodle variants - from the usual fried kway teow mee (a.k.a. char kway teow), carrot cake, hokkien prawn mee (福建虾面) and fried oyster omelette (蚝煎), to the Indonesian Fried Kway Teow Mee (which the man-in-charge told me is a salty version of the Singaporean one) to the strange combo of Bean Sprouts w/Cockles, and finally the one-day-I-must-try Oyster Fried Kway Teow Mee. Now talk about having an unhealthy fixation with mollusks.
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正芒加腳老招牌炒福建蝦麵 Original Serangoon Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

Categories: Chinese, Hokkien Mee, Hawker

Located at 龙山咖啡店 Long San Eating House, 566 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218181
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Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee 天天来炒福建蝦麵

Toa Payoh Block 127 Market and Food Centre
Toa Payoh Block 127 Market and Food Centre is located in an old neighbourhood bordered by Lorongs 1, 1A, and 2.

Categories: Chinese, Hokkien Mee, Hawker

Located at #02-27 Toa Payoh 127 Market & Food Centre, Block 127, Toa Payoh Lorong 1, Singapore 310127
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This stall used to be at the corner of old block 135 (before the double-storey food centre, block 127 was built). Back then, seating was alfresco and tables overflowed onto the open area outside the hawker centre. Business was good and so was the hokkien mee. When I had my hokkien mee here in this replacement centre (under HUP), something seemed to be lacking although the same guy was doing the cooking. Was it the food or the atmosphere ? I wasn't totally sure. Perhaps it was purely psychological - the old hawker centre had a look similar to the Commonwealth Avenue (Margaret Drive) hawker centre. The laid-back feeling of having your noodles under the stars has somehow been lost to this spanking new food centre.
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Swee Guan Hokkien Mee 水源福建面

Categories: Chinese, Hokkien Mee, Hawker

Located at 549 Geylang Road (junction with lorong 29)., Singapore 389504
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Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee (Hougang) 南星福建炒蝦麵(后港)

Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee (Hougang)
Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee at the temporary site next to the original Old Airport Road Food Centre which is undergoing upgrading
fried hokkien mee (noodle)
Nam Sing's version of fried hokkien mee is served with freshly cut red chilli rather than chilli paste as with most other stalls.

Categories: Chinese, Hokkien Mee, Hawker

Located at #01-115J Old Airport Road Emporium & Cooked Food Centre, Block 51 Old Airport Road.
NOTICE : This food centre has completed its upgrading under HUP and stalls have re-opened at its original location on 1st July 2007., Singapore 390051
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The fried prawn noodle dish here is light on seasoning (such as salt and soya sauce) and drier than most others', but because of that it feels light and you get to taste the freshness of the noodles and sotong (squid). Go during off-peak hours to avoid the long wait.
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Kim's Place (Seafood)

Kim's Place Joo Chiat
Kim's Place seafood coffeeshop is located at the junction with Tembeling Road.

Categories: Chinese, Hokkien Mee, Seafood, Crab

Located at 37 Joo Chiat Place., Singapore 427761
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This seafood shop is famous for their cheese crab and fried hokkien mee (noodles). Tel:6742-1119.
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加东大肥坤 Katong Tua Pui Koon

Katong Tua Pui Koon
Katong Tua Pui Koon's stall is next to the famous Xing Ji Ruo Cuo Mian bak chor mee stall

Categories: Hokkien Mee, Fried Oyster Omelette, Char Kway Teow

Located at #01-06 Market & Food Centre, Block 85, Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460085
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Cooked by the man Tua Pui (or Fatty) Koon himself, this stall serves the four major fried hawker dishes - fried oyster omelette, carrot cake, fried kway teow and hokkien mee. I slightly prefer this stall to the other stall selling similar dishes a few units further.
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Ah Hock Fried Hokkien Mee/Noodles

Chomp Chomp
Chomp Chomp (Serangoon Garden Food Centre) by day. Most stalls only open in the late afternoon till late at night
Chomp Chomp
Chomp Chomp by night, bustling with diners till late

Categories: Hawker, Hokkien Mee, Noodles

Located at #01-27 Serangoon Garden Food Centre (Chomp Chomp), 20 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557269
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