San Hup Fried Hokkien Mee is definitely scored a flying colour from all aspects, be it the flavour, texture to the chili, it is just a lovely plate of Hokkien mee and good enough to lure us for a return trip.
San Hup Fried Hokkien Mee Review – Hokkien mee with all the goodness
The original name of the stall is called San Hup Economic mee hoon and Nasi Lemak, located in a coffeeshop and serving fried bee hoon, nasi lemak as well as fried carrot cake in the morning session. We have published the review of the food and you can refer here for the details.
the stall has been fairly consistent in terms of food quality and flavour, if you have read our review, San Hup is good with their food, from Nasi Lemak dishes to the fried carrot cake, we are happy with the quality.
Everything is good and we decided to check it out their Hokkien mee which is only available from lunch time onwards.
San Hup fried Hokkien mee – $5 / 6 and $8
The fried Hokkien mee was a mixture of yellow noodle with fine bee hoon, fried with generous amount of eggs, sliced pork belly, prawns and cuttlefish, the texture was not too soggy or too dry and cooked to our liking. Copious of crispy fried lard was added to further elevate the overall flavour a notch higher.
The noodles were infused with the fragrance of the lard, a critical component for a plate of tantalizing Hokkien mee, together with the lime and the sambal chili, we were fully indulged in a plate of succulent Hokkien mee, “Shiok” perhaps is the best word to conclude our verdicts.
San Hup Fried Hokkien Mee is definitely scored a flying colour from all aspects, be it the flavour, texture to the chili, it is just a lovely plate of Hokkien mee and definitely good enough to lure us for a return trip.
San Hup Fried Hokkien Mee
A: Block 742A, Tampines Street 72, Singapore 521742
H: daily Noon – 8.30pm