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This hokkien mee is of a wet version, and it has a relatively flavourful broth (that is abit too salty) and the noodles are not mushy at all. There is a good amount of ingredients including fresh prawns and squid slices. Not bad of a hokkien mee and I loved the crispy pork lard and sambal chilli they added in as well!


Ghim Moh Hawker Centre was really crowded on a Saturday morning and we decided to try out luck with Kong Shang Hua wanton noodles, which had a moderately long queue. For as low as $3, you can get a plate of wanton noodles, so you can be rest assured that the stall generally prices it's dishes very affordably.

The above shows the $3.50 serving, which comes with a generous serving of char siew and chillies placed at the side. This stall serves char siew that is pretty lean, so this is great for those of you who do not like fatty meat! However, we thought the noodles were a little soggy and the sauce that the noodles were served in could have been more flavourful. In fact, do remember to toss the noodles really well or you will actually find that the noodles come with the slightly alkaline taste that reminds me of the thick yellow mee. :(

There is also a serving of wanton soup along the sides, which comes with four small wantons. While the soup was served piping hot and it was nice to drink on a gloomy warming, we felt that the wantons in the soup were a little too hard. Nonetheless, we think it was still a decent dish given the price point.

Ghim Moh was really crowded and you may need to share tables with other patrons, otherwise you may take a really long time to get a seat!

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If you are at Ghim Moh Market in need of a good refreshing drink to go with your meal, be sure to drop by K K Beans stall as the owner serves up really refreshing chin chow and soya milk! The chin chow drink ($1.60) I bought was such a big cup, and wasn't too sweet. Definitely great for Singapore's sunny weather!

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This is one wonderful bowl of addictive noodles. The dry ban mian ($4) from the Jin Ji Fish Soup Ban Mian has really al dente noodles, coated with a good amount of their handmade chilli sauce that packs a punch! The flavours are amazing in this one. Totally something I will crave when I'm here at Ghim Moh Hawker Centre!

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When I knew this hawker centre has Granny's Pancake, I knew I had to try. Their peanut + peaunt butter pancake ($1.20) is packed full of ingredients, and their pancakes are soft and fluffy, while the edges are crispy. Really love the addition of peanut butter as it just makes it so aromatic and wholesome. The pancake is really still pretty good even after it has gone cold!

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