Fried Hokkien Mee
Authentic Fried Hokkien Mee dishes out fried hokkien mee with prawns, sotong and pork belly slices. The mixture of yellow noodles and thick mee hoon is wok fried with bean sprouts and egg.
This fried hokkien mee is the dry texture type. The yellow noodles and mee hoon mix is springy and flavourful. The prawn is of decent size and tastes decent. The sotong is firm and chewy, and the pork belly is meaty with some soft fatty parts. Comes with a dollop of savoury tasting dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste on the side that mixes rather well with the fried noodles.
This plate of fried hokkien mee is a rather decent one.
Fried Kway Teow
Authentic Fried Hokkien Mee serves fried kway teow as well. This fried kway teow has the usual mixture of kway teow and yellow noodles wok fried with egg and bean sprouts with see hum, fish cake slices and lap cheong slices added.
The see hum is of decent size and tastes decent. The fish cake is soft and smooth, and the lap cheong is firm with a sweet taste. The fried kway teow itself is firm and springy, and slightly moist. As for its flavours, it has a tone of sweet.
This plate of fried kway teow is also a rather decent one.
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