While there’s a few stalls linking to the same family, this is the original place at Lorong 29; before the family members open in other places.

For this stall in the corner coffee shop, they only open in the evening which usually start attracting queue. But it will clear pretty fast as they will cook in batches.

Avoid taking photos of the stall as the auntie will shout at you. Anyway the hokkien mee definitely worth trying.

Your first taste will have the strong charcoal taste and it get tastier as you eat. Although $6 for the small plate was a bit expensive.

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