383 Jalan Besar
Kam Leng Hotel
Singapore 209001

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Enjoyed the Hokkien mee & prawn paste chicken. There were lots of pork lard and portion was huge! Milk tea not too sweet but tasted a little bitter.

As sweet as most cha yen but the taste had something off.

I believe everything that you wish for for a hokkien mee is probably on this plate. @enjoyxiahkm 's rendition of our signature hokkien mee is really well done.

The stock used in their Big Xia Hokkien Mee ($15.80) is full of rich seafood flavour from the prawns and full of meat flavour as well from what I believe is from cooking pork bones for a long time. Wok hei within the broth is obvious as well. The noodles themselves were not too soggy and soaked up all that delicious broth well. There were thick slices of roasted pork, and they were tender and the skin was still slightly crispy! The 2 huge prawns were so meaty and had a nice smoky flavour. Topped with large crispy pork lard, there is a lot of flavour going on in this dish.

Now their sambal chilli is really on another level. While it does not pack much heat, there was so much umami flavour packed in their chilli. Definitely stir fried very well and it added another flavour dimension to the dish!

So glad that it's available on #burpplebeyond ! Definitely will be back. Absolutely lovely!

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Amazed at the quality of the food here. Drinks are good too. We tried the Thai milktea and luohanguo. Very worth it with 1f1.

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One for the saucy HKM fans, their Big Xia Hokkien Mee ($15.80/S) had a decent amount wok-hei captured in the savoury, umami broth. Served with three different types of noodles (yellow, thin, and thick beehoon), the plate also came with a great deal of ingredients - crispy pork lards, 2 sizeable fresh prawns, squid and roast pork.

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The favourite at the table was the Singapore Style Chilli Prawns with Crispy Mantou ($25.80). Tangy, mildly spicy and sweet; their gravy is just as crowd-pleasing as the classic foolproof dish we are all familiar with, except their rendition comes with easy-to-eat de-shelled charred prawns. The golden fried buns were also bangin’ - crisp outer layer with a fluffy-soft center.

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