Review: Thye Hong Fried Prawn Noodles (Singapore)

Thye Hong Fried Prawn Noodles: Fried Hokkien Mee

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Thye Hong Fried Prawn Noodles

is well-known for its fried hokkien mee, but it is quite a let-down. The other dishes are nice though.


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Fried Hokkien Mee

Thye Hong Fried Prawn Noodles is well-known for its fried hokkien mee, which is the wet type served soaking in a broth. The dish includes a mixture of yellow noodles and thick mee hoon, wok fried with eggs, spring onions and chopped chilli. A piece of green lime and a dollop of sweet tasting chilli paste are provided on the side.

The fried hokkien mee is pre-cooked in a wok,and left soaking in a broth. The noodles are reheated when an order is placed, with the prawns added. The fried noodles is soft and soggy, but to be fair, there is an undertone of wok hei. This fried hokkien mee is way too soft and soggy for my liking. It is also quite miserable, served with just 3 pieces of small size prawns and nothing else. There are no other ingredients like sotong, pork belly, and fish cake slices.

Most certainly, there are much better fried hokkien mee options available. This fried hokkien mee is not recommended.

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Fried Kway Teow

For the fried kway teow, there are several options available. The option shown above is their beef fried kway teow, which comes with firm and meaty beef slices that have a nice savoury seasoning taste. The kway teow is wok fried with egg, bean sprouts and spring onions. It has a nice dry texture, with decent flavours and a subtle hint of wok hei. A piece of green lime and a dollop of chilli are provided on the side.

Fried Oyster Omelette

The fried oyster omelette has a very crispy mixture of egg and starch, with some starchy parts still soft and chewy. The fried omelette is quite flavourful and it contains some chopped spring onions and small pieces of oysters. While the oysters are small, they taste decent. The dish comes topped with coriander leaves and served with a limey chilli dip on the side. It is not bad.

Fried Carrot Cake

The fried carrot cake uses cubes of soft radish cake, with a light savoury taste, pan fried with eggs. The white version of fried carrot cake is done flat pancake style with a nice crispy egg coating, while the black version has sweet black sauce added, giving it a mild sweet flavour. However, the black version is moist and not crispy at all. Between the two, the white version of fried carrot cake is definitely nicer. Although the white version of fried carrot cake is enjoyable, it is worth noting that the serving portions are quite small.

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LOCATIONS

Thye Hong Fried Prawn Noodles

#B4-03/04
Ion Orchard

Singapore 238801

#B2-49A/50
Marina Bay Sands

Singapore 018972

#B2-63/66
NEX

Singapore 556083

#B1-09/10
Woodleigh Mall

Singapore 367803

#05-01/02/03
313@Somerset

Singapore 238895

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