Ming Yun Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle
The signboard mentioned the word “famous” and accolades prominently displayed at the front facade, but there wasn’t any queue right in front of Ming Yun Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle even during the lunch peak hour. We were skeptical and wondered if the stall truly lived up to the standard.
The fried hokkien mee served with thick yellow noodle and thin mee hoon chock-filled with seafood like squid, prawns and ladened with eggs in a flavourful gravy. Copious amounts of sinfully crispy pork lard and the fatty pork belly may not go well with the health conscious but it is an essential part of a good hokkien mee. You just have to let it go and let the cholesterol take control for a moment.
Ming Yun Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle may not make you dream about it all the time but it has the right aspects to entice your palate. The essence of the seafood, eggs, pork belly all well permeated into each strain of the noodle. It is overall a well-cooked hokkien mee though the sweetness may have slightly overpowered the savouriness.
Ming Yun Famous Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle showcased a good rendition of Hokkien mee, not top-notch Hokkien mee but still, good enough for anyone to enjoy a plate of succulent noodle.
A: #01-12, 117 Aljunied Avenue 2 Singapore 380117