Review: Hoe Heng (Singapore)

Hoe Heng: Lor Mee & Fried Fritters


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Hoe Heng

offers a variety of porridge in the morning and lor mee during evening time. Their lor mee is good!

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Pork Porridge

Hoe Heng offers a variety of porridge in the morning. Above is their pork porridge which comes with sliced pork and pork balls, served with you tiao pieces and topped with some spring onions and fried shallots. The raw egg is an extra add-on.

The sliced pork is firm and meaty, and the meatball is soft and meaty with decent seasoning flavours. The you tiao is chewy and has lost its crispiness. As for the porridge, it is a bit grainy but still fairly smooth. The add raw egg helps make it tastes smoother. However the porridge is a little bit on the blend side, you may want to add a little soya sauce to it.

Overall, this bowl of pork porridge is rather decent.

Lor Mee

During evening time, this stall serves lor mee with all the fried stuff served separately.

The bowl of lor mee comes with shreds of meaty braised duck meat, a serving of braised egg with thick yellow noodles in a bowl of thick and starchy braised sauce. The braised sauce is rather flavourful with a light note of sweet. An optional slightly sweet tasting chilli sauce can be added to it.

Served separately in another bowl are the fried stuff consisting of fried fish roll, fried wanton and fried fritters. The fried fish roll is soft and flavourful. The fried wanton has crispy skin and soft meat filling, and the fried fritters are very crispy. These crispy fried stuff pairs really well with the lor mee.

This serving of lor mee is good! I really enjoyed it!


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