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505 Beach Road
#01-59 Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

Friday:
09:30am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
09:30am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
09:30am - 08:30pm

Monday:
09:30am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
09:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
09:30am - 08:30pm

Price

~$5/pax

Reviews at Chung Cheng Chilli Mee (Golden Mile Food Centre)

Reviews of good food at Chung Cheng Chilli Mee (Golden Mile Food Centre)
Prawn Mee Soup ($4)

Seriously the spicy Chili Mee ever, but of course I had to chicken out. The huge pot of fiery Chili sauce, in which they are very generous in giving that you had to ask for less. (I tried a dab, and it went down the throat in flames). But it is not all the just fiery notes, it actually well-balanced with the red onions, and I suspect a good dose of haebi.

For $4, I have a heart serving of fish cakes, pork ribs and prawns. The soup is robust, but personally it can be better. You wouldn't feel thirsty even after drinking the whole bowl, so that's really a good sign. It's great, but lacking some punch. Maybe I really have to go head-on for the dry version.
PS; they will refill your bowl of soup, if you want more. How nice of them.

Chilli Mee ($4)

From the flavour-packed herbal soup to the superb chilli sauce and tasty, tender pork rib chunks, donโ€™t bother saving this belly-warming bowl of shiokness for a rainy day cos itโ€™s so darn good youโ€™d want to eat it as often as possible!

Chilli Mee ($4)

This is one of the famed dish in the already famous Golden Mile Food Centre. The chilli mee is a combination of dry prawn mee with some tau pok and that huge slap of chilli sauce. You can order it with other kinds of noodles instead of the normal yellow noodles as well, such as mee kia, mee pok, bee hoon, etc. Like any good food outlets in this food centre, do expect long queues during lunch hour. Enjoy that slow ๐Ÿ”ฅ to your lips and tongue by the end of the meal.

If you like pork ribs, prawn and CHILLI - this is for you.

๐ŸŒถ๐ŸŒถ Chung Chengโ€˜s iconic chill mee was mentioned in this yearโ€™s Michelin Guide. At $3 a bowl, you get plenty of ingredients and a super shiok chilli sauce that cannot be found anywhere else in Singapore. ~
Read the full review at http://eatbook.sg/chung-cheng-chilli-mee/
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Writer: @hotcheekylace
Photographer: @stephaniejlow

Pork Rib Prawn Mee Soup ($4)
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Not sure what to eat but the long queue at this stall attracted me ๐Ÿค” This must be good & true enough, it's yummy!

Love the pork rib with cartilage so crunchy & soft ๐Ÿ˜˜ The soup base is slightly lacking in the richness of the pork & prawn but it was fine since I was having a very bad flu ๐Ÿ˜ท

#burpple

Fancy some chili?

Imagine everything about a laksa, minus the coconut curry broth and replace it with heaps of chili. Almost like a cross between a prawn noodle and laksa dish, this doesn't disappoint the spice lovers looking for that spicy kick.

Chilli Mee

One of my childhood favourites! I remember it to be much spicier in the past, but it's still super delicious. (Rating:๐Ÿ˜)

Chilli Mee

It is not as spicy as it looks, and appears to be a favourite dish for some of my friends. I'm not a fan though but enjoyed the dish on a rainy and leisurely Monday. No more blues.

Chilli Mee ($3)

Was rushing for appointment at the ICA and recommended to try this stall by my bf. Instantaneously fell in love with the chilli (with lots lots and lots of dried prawn) and this beats so many prawn mee stalls out there! Their soup is equally addictive as well. (You can buy their "secret" chilli too!)

Chilli Mee aka Dry Prawn Mee With Loads Of Chilli Sauce

No I didn't ask for more chilli sauce. That's the normal version. It's a really interesting dry version of prawn mee. It has lots of different ingredients too. There are prawns, pork ribs, fish cake slices, cooked egg slices and tau pok too. But the chilli sauce is truly the star. It's a bit sweet, fragrant and spicy. Really yummidelicious for those who love hot hot chilli.

Chilli Noodles

The portions are huge and costs not more than four dollars a bowl. Awesome!

A day of me, myself and I.

So I traipsed to the Beach Road area looking for something old and something new. A hawker centre near town that is unbelievably last decade. So many elderlys just sitting around and chilling with friends and kopi o.
๐Ÿ”ธ ๐Ÿ”ธ
A bowl of noodle is a want and a need. So this chilli mee is so perfect for a scorching day like today. Instead of the usual yellow noodles, I opted for chor bee hoon (white noodle). Ok.. the "photographer" in me is always thinking of color contrast and how to present an ordinary looking bowl to a bowl of seductive temptation. Noodle uncle generously "slapped" 2 heapspoonful of his very potent well known homemade sambal chilli. Full of fiery spicy heat that caused droplets of moisture from my forehead and eyes. That is the amazing thing about perspiration, it cools you down when you are hot. So that is a good thing.
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Tastewise, could do with a bit more seasoning . Or perhaps the main purpose of this bowl of mee is for one to taste chilli and nothing but the chilli which should be the star. Or it would not be called "chilli mee" for no rhyme or reason. This is my something old. Follow me later as I present my something new. Cya soon!

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