549 Geylang Road
Sing Lian Eating House
Singapore 389504

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

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Hokkien Mee here is cooked in batches, u can't order until uncle cook finish the batch. Thus a queue starts to form up rather quickly on this weekday dinner night.

The coffee shop here is rather old school.

Hokkien mee only sold in medium($8) & Large($10). So it's more expensive than your average hokkien mee. They use to have the small $6 portion, but auntie said they don't sell small anymore.

Wife took the medium portion and felt that its pretty less.

Large portion was just right. Total 5 prawns.

Very Strong wok hei, one of the better hokkien mee I had for quite some time. Prawns and squids were fresh.

The chilli though, was quite a mismatch, it was sweet and the taste just doesn't go well with the wok hei hokkien mee.

Nevertheless, still a solid plate of hokkien mee, i will return again for more.

I went down around 5pm, no queue.
The Hokkien mee standard still good, strong wok hei, very tasty. Portion is getting smaller (this is medium), I think next visit I order large Liao for myself 🤣.
📍Swee Guan Hokkien Mee.
549A Geylang road

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It’s still as good as my last visit,very flavourful, wok hei strong, and uncle still have attitude 😂.
I realised the chilli is more spicy now and the portion is getting smaller, but still win my vote for the best Hokkien mee.
💰$6 for small.
📍Swee Guan Hokkien Mee.
549A Geylang road.

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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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This Hokkien mee is 70% yellow noodle (which I typically detest for its acidity), has thin bee hoon and is more of the dry kind of Hokkien mee.

The wokhei on this is C R A Z Y. Since the cook uses charcoal, the aroma wafted through the entire coffee shop and of course, was heavily present in the dish. He fried the noodles 3 separate times in order to create this rich and strong wok hei flavour and I really... admire him for all his efforts!

Apart from the wok hei, he was also v generous with the pork lard which wasn’t just sprinkled on top on the plate but cooked WITH the noodles. With every bite, there is that slight lardy fragrance which makes this 100x more delicious!

The seafood was tender, fresh and generous! He was not shy with the beansprouts either. The sambal was slightly sweet and super solid as well.

If you’re looking for Hokkien mee that will blow your socks off, please give this place a go!

This is probably my top 3 Hokkien mee place in Singapore. This messy plate of goodness is full of wok hei and flavour. Don’t forget to add the homemade sambal to intensify the whole experience.

Minimum order for each plate is $6. The portion is pathetic at that price point so do let the uncle know to add noodles +$2. Not a cheap place for Hokkien mee, but you’re paying for quality.