207 Bukit Batok Street 21
Singapore 650207

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11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm


11:00am - 08:30pm

11:00am - 08:30pm

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Fantastic fried Hokkien Mee. This is the wet and slurpy type. Ordered their large portion at$6.50. Three prawns, lots of sotong and pork belly. The fried lard is free flow and their chilli sauce goes well with the noodles. Eat it while it’s hot or it thickens quickly and loses some of its wok heat.

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Located at 207 Bukit Batok, it’s called @theneighbourwok.
The Hokkien Mee was quite tasty, its wet type (Which I prefer), have moderate wok hei, the chilli is belacan type, served with prawns n pork lard.
Prepare to wait, coz many people tabao back (we wait for 25 mins)
πŸ“The Neighborwok.
207 Bukit Batok Street 21, #01-118.
Singapore, 650207.

After a rather disappointing fried hokkien mee experience prior to this, The Neighbourwok θ‘—εŠ certainly lifted our spirits up. We got the $5 portion which comes with a generous amount of fried yellow noodles and thick bee hoon, with the accompanying prawns and crispy pork lard. There is more wok hei in this plate than what we had before that and for people living around the vicinity, this is a great option to satisfy your fried prawn mee cravings.
✨ The Neighbourwok θ‘—εŠ
πŸ“ 207 Bukit Batok Street 21, Unit 01-118, Singapore 650207
🍴 [Self Funded]

I believe the highlights of the dishes I've tried in this coffee shop is this plate of Hokkien Mee ($4/5, $5 shown here) as I have finally found another hokkien mee that has a strong wok hei. Every mouthful of this slurpy goodness is a strong hit of wok hei and paired with their aromatic sambal, this is definitely satisfying. I guess the only down point is that the prawn broth flavour isn't very strong, but it's still a darn good plate of hokkien mee overall.

Must buy if you are around the area. The gravy is just nice, being neither too thick nor watery.

Every bite bursting w flavours, and further enhanced when you bite into those crunchy golden nuggets of lard.

And then the juiciness of the pork adds a further oomph, as if your tastebuds werent already dancing.

Their grilled satay was average. It was served at room temp and could have been more charred. It was paired with sweet-nutty peanut sauce that could have been a tad thicker. This was complemented by raw cucumbers and onions (ketupat +80c).

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