Cheng Ji Chao Xia Mian Hao Jian
does fried Hokkien mee and fried oyster omelette. Its fried oyster omelette is fairly nice.
Fried Oyster Omelette
Cheng Ji Chao Xia Mian Hao Jian does fried oyster omelette with a starch and egg mixture that is fried crispy with bits of chewiness. Flavourings are decent too, but it is a bit oily. Oysters are relatively large in size for its price. Comes with a chilli dip on the side but it is way too diluted. Definitely tastes better without the chilli dip.
Fried Hokkien Mee
As for the fried Hokkien mee, it is the wet type soaking with broth. This fried Hokkien mee comes with prawns and sotong slices fried in a mixture of yellow noodles and thick mee hoon with eggs and some spring onions. It has a ratio of more mee hoon compared to yellow noodles. There is no bean sprouts and lard as far as I can tell. It is served with a dollop of sambal chilli on the side. This plate of fried noodles tastes quite ordinary though. Their fried oyster omelette tastes better in my opinion.
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