Tag Archives: hokkien mee

Nam Sing Hokkien Mee at ION

This lunch was extremely satisfying and I look forward to bringing my cousin here when she visits Singapore again. Portion size is small though and it’s very crowded at lunch hour. It was my first time at the ION Food … Continue reading

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Hankering for hawker food

I thought I would be one of those Asians who could go to a non Asian country on holiday and not hanker for Asian food after a week, but it turns out that that’s not the case. Guess this is … Continue reading

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Back for the famous charcoal fired Geylang Hokkien Mee

Very messy but somehow the most messily plated meals are the yummiest in Singapore. Had satay too this time, but ordered way too much. And yes, it’s quite impossible to get a parking lot here at Lorong 29. But once … Continue reading

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Made Another Visit to Geylang for Hokkien Mee

You can read about it here. Saw this beautiful mosque against the sunset as we neared the coffee shop.

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Geylang Lor 29 Hokkien Mee by Another Brother in the East

We decided to try this hokkien mee at 396 East Coast Road to see how it compares to the one in Geylang with the same name. The one I raved about recently. B tells me that it’s actually run by … Continue reading

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Geylang Lorong 29: Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee

I just had to post this as my cousin has never tried this particular and most famous Hokkien Mee before and I’m sure she will love it. I’m just being cruel and tempting her because she’s not in Singapore right … Continue reading

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Chomp Chomp: Hokkien Mee & Carrot Cake

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 … Continue reading

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