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    Top 10 Best Hokkien Mee in Singapore

    Indulge your taste buds in the iconic flavors of Hokkien Mee, a quintessential Singaporean dish that takes you on a culinary journey through the bustling streets of the Lion City. This delectable dish is a harmonious blend of thick yellow noodles, fresh prawns, squid, and a symphony of fragrant ingredients, all expertly stir-fried in a sizzling wok.

    What sets Hokkien Mee apart is the wokhey essence infused into every strand of noodle—each bite captures the smoky, charred perfection that elevates this dish to a level of culinary excellence.


    Top 10 Best Hokkien Mee Singapore

    In every corner of Singapore, the aroma of Hokkien Mee wafts through hawker centers, beckoning food enthusiasts with its irresistible fragrance. Here we will talk about the top 10 best hokkien mee in Singapore with goggle reviews and ratings.

    Geylang 29 Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee

    Address: 1220 ECP, #32 East Coast Lagoon Food Village, Singapore 468960

    Opening Hours: Daily except Monday 4-9pm

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    The stall was founded in 2000 by late veteran hawker Alex See serving this messy looking Hokkien Mee but is bursting with flavour and ticking all the right boxes. The wetness of the noodle strikes a perfect balance that it was neither too wet nor too dry, truly one of the best hokkien mee.

    Public Rating: 3.4/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “This charcoal-fried Hokkien Mee is a delightful explosion of flavours and textures. The dish is rich in moisture and cooked to perfection, infusing every bite with a satisfying wok hei essence. The prawns are juicy and fresh, adding a delightful crunch to each mouthful. Although the dish is prepared in large batches, it maintains its consistency and delectable taste. The wait for a freshly made batch can be a tad long, but trust me when I say that it’s worth the wait.”

    “I had Hokkien mee two days in a row. Today is the second day, and this was very impressive. I loved how it wasn’t too wet or dry, chilli was good thought a little too spicy for me. The blend of ingredients contributed to the overall perfect balance of the dish! I enjoyed the Beatty road Hokkien mee yesterday, and today, I really enjoyed this charcoal fried Hokkien mee. Will be back for more!”

    Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee

    Address: 19 Lor 7 Toa Payoh, Block 19, Singapore 310019

    Opening Hours: Daily except Wednesday 11am-3pm

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    Specialising in fried Hokkien Mee, Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee is known by the locals and raved about with its good reviews serving very fresh prawns together with the Hokkien Mee which is essentials that locals look for.

    Public Rating: 3.9/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “The hokkien mee tasted better than I was expecting. The stock for the hokkien mee is very flavourful with some sweetness. The two medium size prawns are very fresh. The squid rings are very tender. Sambal chilli which comes with the dish is good. Added an omelette egg which was nicely done.
    Definitely one of the better wet style hokkien mee in Singapore.”

    “Had been wanting to try this prawn noodles coined with a unique name 🦐

    Ordered the smallest plate at $6 and it was served within minutes as there weren’t many of us around.

    🍝 The noodles were tasty, though the portion was a little small and there were like 2 prawns 4 sotong rings and some roast pork only

    It was definitely a decent meal to be had despite the hefty price tag – a comforting meal in this rainy weather 👍🏻”

    777 Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

    Address: 155 Bukit Batok Street 11, Singapore 650155

    Opening Hours: Daily except Wednesday 9am – 9.30pm

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    They’ve gained acclaim for their ‘wet’ rendition, which has a robust prawns and egg stock infused into the ample gravy. Futhermore, they are known for their nice sambal chilli that pairs really well with the Hokkien Prawn Mee.

    Public rating: 3.7/5

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    Public reviews:

    “Recommend to fried Hokkien prawn mee lovers who prefer the more soupy type. This stall in Bukit Batok offers the standard version and added roast pork version. The standard version comes in $4.5/$6/$8 serving and those with roast pork are more expensive at $6.5/$8/$10. Do not be fooled by their innocent looking chilli sauce, it packs quite a punch so add in small increments. Pork lard is also available if you ask for it.

    My 4th visit in the last 12 months. Looks like I’ll be back again and again.”

    “$6.50 with roast pork.

    First mouthful, can feel the wok hei. Service is very fast as they just boil the noodles in the broth. But is very tasty.

    Roast Pork imo can order without.
    Chilli will surprise you. It’s spicy. Packs a punch. I decided not to mix it in.

    Overall it’s a good hkm”

    Simon Road Hokkien Mee

    Address: 209 Hougang St 21, #01-66, Singapore 530209

    Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-8pm
    Saturday Sunday 11am-830pm

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    Credits: Stella Tang via goggle

    Delicious Hokkien Mee Since 1960 their flavour profile of the mostly from the strong chilli with a good amount of kick pairs perfectly with the hokkien mee. Not a very strong wok hey taste but yet still tasty with a generous amount.

    Public rating: 3.7/5

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    Public reviews:

    “Came on Friday at 6pm, waited for only 10min before my fried noodle was served. Seafood like sotong and prawn taste reasonably fresh, the noodles has abit of wok hey and was soaked in thick pork lard/prawn gravy, chilli isnt spicy it does add favor to the dish. For $5, the serving looks small, but because the taste is strong, so I think is just right, and for comparison with Bedok 85 stall which reside in kovan food center and also sells at $5, personally I would go for the Simon road stall.”

    “Worth the wait. Got the standard $5 plate and serving was quite generous! Its more of the wet stir fry hokkien mee, veryyyy slight wok hey but still delicious. Comes with 3 prawns and 3 sotong for the $5 plate. Chilli is good and quite filling for the price.”

    Yi Ji Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

    Address: 805 Hougang Central, Singapore 530805

    Opening Hours: Daily 11am-8pm

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    The fried Hokkien mee comes in $4, $5 and $6, a big warning proclamation “Super Spicy!” is prominently displayed at the signboard. So for those who love a good amount of spice, you know where to go to. Besides their chilli, their hokkien mee gravy is sweet yet savoury with a good balance

    Public rating: 3.3/5

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    Public reviews:

    “There’s a MSCP above this coffee shop.
    Multiple local food delights can be found here.

    We like the Fried Hokkien Mee.
    It has abalone instead of squid .
    Sauce is sweet and savoury.

    Best to dine in, we tried takeaway during peak hour but it doesn’t taste as good.

    It’s really nice.

    There’s plenty of choices at this stall too.

    Check the menu picture.”

    “It is a wok hei-heavy noodle dish. It features the crunchy fried pork lard in it and the dish did not fall short in terms of its aroma and flavour profile. Additionally, it is savoury but not overly salty.”

    THE NEIGHBOURWOK

    Address: 177 Bukit Batok West Ave. 8, Get Together Coffeeshop, Singapore 650177

    Opening Hours: Daily except Mondays 11am – 2.30pm, 4-8.30pm

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    THE NEIGHBOURWOK is known for our delectable and afforable Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee in the West Neighbourhood area. Complement your savoury plate of goodness with our skewed-to-a-succulent perfection satays. A must-try for all Westies!

    Public Rating: 4/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Always back for Hokkien mee – ate at least 5 times, consistent in the cooking standards. Good wok hei (wok fire) which adds smokiness. Decent amount of freshly fried pork lard which added flavour and crunch. Chili is powepac too. Decent amount of seafood in my usual $6 (medium) order. Buzzer will be issued upon ordering and payment, food collection ready when the buzzer rings. Pork satay was good however the sauce slightly lacking of the punch. Expect longer waiting time during peak hours.”

    “Wow wow wow … I have been going to this place for months. The Neighbourwork’s Hokkien Noodles consistently deliver a heavenly taste and texture that keeps you returning for more. Yummy!! Richly infused with a savoury broth, each balanced scoop yields a subtle seafood hint. Each $6 served with yellow and white noodles, pork belly, sotong, prawns, and you can request for more pork lard, every well-cooked bite bursts with an umami flavour that is out of this world. This is simply the BEST HOKKIEN MEE in SG.

    Damage: $6 – worth every bit of it
    Return Factor: Definitely! I have been back every other week for the past few months.”

    Hoe Hokkien Mee #01-93

    Address: 861 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198783

    Opening Hours: Daily except Sunday 8am-5pm

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    Hoe Hokkien Mee by Ah Hoe, Aromatic Fried noodles simmered in thick prawn broth and cooked with Love by Chef 阿和, this old school hokkien mee cooked the old school way is loved by many locals. Serving a wet version of the hokkien mee with generous portion at an affordable price.

    Public Rating: 4.3/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “The portion for a $5 portion was insane. Generous with the noodles and ingredients. It’s the wet kind which wasn’t my favorite but if you want something hearty and want HKM then this is probably good for you.”

    “Was here yesterday, Sunday and it was closed. Googled and realized that it’s closed on Sunday!

    Here I am again, finally getting my packet of Hokkien Mee. $4 was filled to the brim of the plastic ware.

    Very wet Hokkien Mee! You like it wet, this is for you! The stock is so robust and the noodle soaked the flavour well. Very generous of eggs! A.very worth it meal!

    A hidden gem found!”

    Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee 鸿興炒蘇東蝦麵

    Address: 30 Seng Poh Rd, #02-01, Singapore 168898

    Opening Hours: Daily except Mondays and Sundays 10.30am – 2.30pm, 4.30pm – 6.30pm

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    Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee – a Bib Gourmand: good quality, good value cooking restaurant in the 2023 MICHELIN Guide Singapore. Serving affordable hokkien mee since the 1980s, they have maintain their standard of a delicious plate of hokkien mee as seen from their constant long queues.

    Public Rating: 4.1/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “A simple plate of hokkien mee full of wok hei and umami flavor. Add in a squeeze of lime for that freshness and zest. The noodles were coated in prawn stock. The dish comes with prawns, squid and bits of pork. Mix all of those together you have a hearty comfort food. You can tell how good this stall is by the queue. It’s worth it.

    Parking: Limited parking spots especially during lunch timing. Be sure to come early.”

    “Thumbs up for the consistent good quality in their prawn mee! Be prepared to queue for at least 15 minutes during weekends lunch time. The portion is reasonable. This stall is a deserving winner for a Michelin award.”

    Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee 天天来炒福建虾面

    Address: 127 Lor 1 Toa Payoh, #02-27, Singapore 310127

    Opening Hours: Wednesday-Friday, Sunday 830am-2pm

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    Another featured in MICHELIN Guide Singapore, Come Daily Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee 天天来炒福建虾面 although names says daily, but! please do take note of the opening hours and also their facebook as they regularly update their opening hours there too. Since 1968, they have been serving rich wet gravy of hokkien prawn mee with an strong wokhey flavour profile with long queues, definitely a local favourite as well.

    Public Rating: 4.2/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Although my personal preference for Hokkien Mee is the dry type, this one is pretty good in my opinion.
    The stock had fresh umami flavour, no stale prawn or porky odour and there was a decent amount of protein in my serving.
    It’s also the type that will soak up all the stock if you have it takeaway.
    Added benefit of not having to queue, because the owner uses beepers to notify you when your order is ready.”

    “reached the stall slightly after 2pm on saturday afternoon and they have alr cleaned up. was lucky enough to get the packed hokkien mee which their customers have called to order in advance and subsequently cancelled.

    the young man was kind and honest enough to inform that the hokkien mee was there for awhile before asking if we want to accept it.

    the taste was great! the food was still warm. sadly the lard was soggy alr probably cos it was left in the chap for awhile.

    will definitely be there earlier next time before 1.30pm to try this.”

    Kim Keat Hokkien Mee

    Address: 92 Lor 4 Toa Payoh, #01-264, Singapore 310092

    Opening Hours: Thursday-Monday 11am-8pm

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    Credits: Kim Keat Hokkien Mee via goggle

    Serving their hokkien mee in a unique claypot wet style which is interesting and brings out even more depth in flavour with each bowl cooked to perfection with the umami flavour as well as a harmonious seafood flavour. Futhermore they have generous portions too that can be ordered for sharing.

    Public Rating: 3.9/5

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    Public Reviews:

    “Unique cooking in the claypot that tasted more wet with more gravy. The broth a bit strong and flavourful . A minimum order of $10 for 2 wine with only 2 🍤 , dew sotong and few fried belly pork which adds additionally flavour to the noodle. The noodle cooked perfectly soft and tasty. The other style is the traditional type that noodle would be wrapped the noodle using some kind of leaf to make the noodle flavourful was equally good !”

    “I went there around 5pm and praised the Lord for there was no queue.

    I asked them what was the smallest version for Claypot hokkien mee. Guy says $10 and can feed 2 people. I say, yes let’s do it, even though its just me.

    No ragrets.”


    Google Map’s Best Hokkien Mee in Singapore 2023

    We have curated from Google Maps the top 50 Hokkien Mee in Singapore, so that you don’t have to! The list below shows the top 50 Hokkien Mee Stalls with at least 50 reviews and ratings of more than 4!


    Frequently asked questions about Hokkien Mee

    What are the key ingredients that make up a traditional Hokkien Mee dish in Singapore?

    Traditional Hokkien Mee in Singapore typically includes yellow noodles and thick rice vermicelli stir-fried with prawns, squid, a savory broth, garlic, shallots, and a variety of seasonings. It often features a mix of seafood and is known for its rich and flavorful broth.

    How is Hokkien Mee typically prepared, and are there any unique cooking techniques involved?

    Hokkien Mee is typically prepared by stir-frying the noodles and seafood in a flavorful broth made from a combination of prawn and sometimes chicken or pork stock. The dish’s distinctive taste comes from the careful balance of these ingredients during the cooking process.

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