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Fried Hokkien Mee
This is the wet type of fried hokkien mee that comes with a broth. The mixture of yellow noodles and thick mee hoon is work fried with eggs, and has some bean sprouts and spring onions added. It is then simmered in a flavourful broth. Prawns, fish cake slices and pork slices are then added to it.
The prawns are shelled, are of decent size and tastes fresh. The fish cake is firm and springy, and the pork is meaty. The fried hokkien mee is flavourful with nice undertones of wok hei. Comes with a piece of green lime and a spicy and limey tasting chilli on the side.
This fried hokkien mee is good!
Fried Kway Teow
This plate of fried kway teow has a mixture of kway teow and yellow noodles wok fried using pork lard with eggs, bean sprouts and spring onions added. Some sweet sauce is added giving it a nice mild tint of sweet.
The fried kway teow comes with see hum and fish cake. The fish cake is firm and springy, and the see hum is decent. The fried kway teow has more kway teow than yellow noodles. It is smooth and springy with a nice dry texture.
I like this fried kway teow too. Very likeable.
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Newton Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle Fried Kway Teow