Fried Hokkien Mee
This fried hokkien mee is the wet type with a yellow noodles and mee hoon mix. Contains sotong slices, pork belly slices, red sea prawns and egg with lots of crispy pork lard added and a piece of green lime.
The sotong slices are quite soft. The pork belly is meaty with some fatty parts but tastes quite bland. The red sea prawns are of decent size and tastes fairly fresh and nice. The fried noodles is savoury tasting and kind of soft but still decent. Comes served with a dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste that mixes rather well the fried hokkien mee. Just fairly likeable.
Besides the fried version of prawn mee (fried hokkien mee), the soup version of prawn mee is available as well. This prawn mee comes with prawns, pork belly slices and yellow noodles in a bowl of broth. Toman fish slices are added as an extra.
The prawns are of decent sized red sea prawns that tastes rather fresh. The pork belly has some fatty bits and is soft, tender and juicy. As for the toman fish slices, quite smooth and decently fresh. Soup tastes decent as well though it has a tint of yellow noodles flavours. This bowl of prawn mee is topped with fried shallots and crispy lard pieces. Tastes decent.
A rice equivalent of their soup noodles is also available.
Chef Goo Red Sea Prawns Fried Hokkien Mee sells a few selections of fried rice. Seen above is their signature fried rice which comes with decent amounts of shrimps. This fried rice is very fragrant, is dry and firm with nice wok hei flavours. The shrimps tastes decently fresh too. Comes served with a dollop of dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste that goes well with the fried rice. Tasty.
This is another variation of their fried rice that comes with crab meat toppings with red sea prawns added as extras. The crab meat is moist and meaty with nice flavourings and portions are pretty good. Red sea prawns are quite fresh and tastes nice. As for the fried rice, nice dry and firm texture with smokey flavours of wok hei. Definitely good!
In my opinion, the fried rice at Chef Goo Red Sea Prawns Fried Hokkien Mee is definitely better than their noodles. My star goes to their fried rice. Highly recommended.
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