Sunday, July 18, 2010
Hainan Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee - Golden Mile Food Complex
There are a few questions when it comes to hokkien mee, like “Char Kway Teow” it boils down to are u a person who likes it dry or wet? Do u like thick noodles or thin noodles?
In Golden Mile Food Center, this hokkien mee is the most talked about. Cooked by a man in goggles, because he was told that he might lose his eyesight if he continues to cook and the option was to cooked with goggles.
This is the dry type of Hokkien mee and uses a mixture of thin and thick noodles. I am not really fond of dry hokkien mee, because sometimes the taste is not as intense.
Otherwise, this one tasted good, not great, but good. The stock used was very fragrant and no fishy smell or taste. The sambal blended with the noodles very well .
Give it a try if you are craving for hokkien mee and you happen to be in the Golden Mile area
No 34 Golden Mile Food Centre
11am to 2pm 3pm to 9pm
Closed on Wed