Lian Xiang Shu Shi
sells decent tasting fried kway teow and fried Hokkien mee.
Fried Hokkien Mee
Besides fried kway teow, Lian Xiang Shu Shi does fried Hokkien mee too. This fried Hokkien mee has a wet texture coming from the broth used in the frying process, and tastes alright. Contains prawns and fish cake slices with a scoop of sambal chilli on the side. The sambal chilli tastes of dried shrimps and is slightly sweet. Mixes quite well with the fried noodles. It is quite a decent fried Hokkien mee.
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