2 Seah Im Road
#01-59 Seah Im Food Centre
Singapore 099114

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11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

11:00am - 02:00pm

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The Hokkien Mee comprised a mixture of thick yellow noodles and white noodles with eggs, Sotong beansprouts and prawns, garnished with spring onions and lime with a dollop of chilli tuck by the side. The dish was quite straightforward and ordinary, its not those savoury thick prawns broth style or those that are packed with Wok Hei taste if you are looking for one. Decent enough if you are looking for a meal to fill your stomach.

My personal preference will be their Fried Oyster if I were to compare both dishes that we had ordered. The Fried Oyster has a good ratio of starch and egg, crispily fried with a charred taste. The chilli that was supposed to enhance the taste was diluted. Nevertheless, the dish goes well alone too without it.

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It is impossible to find ban mian at $3 nowadays. Whats more is that they even give prawns in their banmian?!? Prawns were fresh, noodles and soup were great! 10/10 would recommend!!!

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Looks legit BUT the taste was totally underwhelming. No trace of wok hei nor was the stock flavourful. The prawns were fresh and crunchy but I felt that Uncle could have cooked those prawns longer with the mee instead of just throwing the prawns in and mixing them with the hot mee. Chilli was decent but that’s about it.

Ordered a plate to share, but when we wanted to get an extra pair of chopsticks, the lady (who I must add was, extremely rude) said only 1 pair of chopsticks is allowed. Ridiculous.

Had the Hokkien mee ($3) with extra ingredients ($2). Noodles too wet, weren’t infused with any flavour of the prawn stock. Cheap (and that’s it) but not worth the effort and having to face the rude auntie.

Prawns are fresh, but overcooked. A pity. Chilli hardly elevated the dish; there just wasn’t enough kick to it.

Value for money but otherwise, skip.

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Heard lots of good things about Cheng Ji at Seah Im and decided to give it a try since we were in the area. The Hokkien Mee here was decent, nothing to shout about although the sambal does elevate the noodles quite a bit. I thought that the noodles could be simmered in the broth for a little while longer for the noodles to absorb the taste, perhaps the throngs of customers resulted in this.

On a side note, it's pretty rare to be able to find a plate of Hokkien Mee at $2.50 these days but it is available here. I got a bigger plate for $3 and boy, was I stuffed.

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This stall is known for its Hokkien mee, but that received mixed reviews among the Tastemakers. Instead, it's the Oyster Omelette ($3) that was more memorable for them. Tastemaker Ice Blossom loves how the oysters were sufficiently plump and juicy, as well as the lightly crisp yet wobbly texture of the starch and egg batter. The accompanying chilli is a tad sweet, yet spicy and aromatic. Moreover, it's a steal at $3 — perfect for end-month budgets, as Tastemaker Julius Lim so rightly says!
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim