Fried Hokkien Mee
This fried hokkien mee is the wet type with a mixture of yellow noodles and mee hoon with egg, prawns and sotong added. A piece of green lime and a dollop of dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste is added on the side. The yellow noodles and mee hoon mix is a bit on the soft side, but this is expected for the wet type of fried hokkien mee. It tastes fairly decent though.
Fried Kway Teow
This plate of fried kway teow has a mixture of kway teow and yellow noodles stir fried with some bean sprouts and egg. It contains see hum and fish cake slices. It has a slightly sweet flavour and a little moist from the sweet sauce added. There is no lard as far as I can tell. Tastes quite decent though.
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