There are not many places left that still use charcoal to fry hokkien mee but one legendary place still does it the traditional way and that is none other than Swee Guan. Opens only in the evening till late, this is a fried hokkien mee institution. Though prices are not as wallet friendly, my medium sized plate costs $8, the flavour and quality that you are going to get more than makes up for it. The slightly wet consistency makes wonderful slurping actions and with each slurp you can taste the breath of the wok. The noodles come with sliced squid and fresh deshelled prawns but the star has got to be the noodles. You do not even need the citrusy of the lime as it is already very appetising and rich of seafood flavour.

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