Most people like the thick style of Hokkien Mee that’s sold at Geylang, where lard is used and all the juices are soaked up and you eat it with sambal. I much prefer the light slightly watery version sold at the stall named Ah Hock for years at Chomp Chomp. I like eating it with at least 2 limes and just red cut chillies. It’s heaven, especially when I haven’t had it for months. The carrot cake stall, opposite the Hokkien Mee stall sells very tasty carrot cake with a generous serving of egg.
The aptly named, Chomp Chomp which is in Serangoon Gardens is always packed to the brim and we were lucky to get a table. Ventilation is very poor and I often feel like I have been in a sauna, but it’s totally worth it. The Lychee drink was too sweet to cool me down.
It does get real pretty at night – Look at that glorious blue sky.
Just across from Chomp Chomp where there are loads of other food places in case you can’t get a seat here.