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    Folks, where to find the best fried hokkien prawn mee? where where where?
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    geylang lorong 9 ?

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    Originally posted by iceman
    geylang lorong 9 ?
    I thought lorong 9 is famous for that ... emmm
    ngau hor, beef kway teow?

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    Bukit Ho Swee has a very good stall. Large serving considering its $2.50 price. Its in one of the coffeeshop opposite the market.

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    Originally posted by KingKongChar
    I thought lorong 9 is famous for that ... emmm
    ngau hor, beef kway teow?
    yes it is. but i find that the hokkien mee is nice too.

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    Originally posted by KingKongChar
    Folks, where to find the best fried hokkien prawn mee? where where where?
    chomp chomp at serangoon garden the hokkien prawn mee is not bad.

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    Here's a list of some of the food joints that I can think of at his moment. Do add in if you know more and mabi which food is nice at which place.

    1. Chomp Chomp
    2. Changi Village
    3. Tiong Barhu Market
    4. Jalan Kayu (For prata lovers)
    5. Newton Hawker Center
    6. Maxwell Food Center
    7. Bedok Reservoir Blk 85 (I think)
    8. Chong Pang
    9. Geylang Tian Ji Chou & Dim Sum


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    Originally posted by chilli padi
    7. Bedok Reservoir Blk 85 (I think)
    not Bedok Reservoir lah, it's Bedok North, near Ave 4.

    There was a stall in Guillemard Hawker Centre (near old airport rd) that sells charcoal fried Hokkien Mee, but was disallowed later by MOH. The Mee was heavenly man! They use gas stove now though, but the Hokkien Mee is still very good. Go try!

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    Originally posted by Tweek
    not Bedok Reservoir lah, it's Bedok North, near Ave 4.

    There was a stall in Guillemard Hawker Centre (near old airport rd) that sells charcoal fried Hokkien Mee, but was disallowed later by MOH. The Mee was heavenly man! They use gas stove now though, but the Hokkien Mee is still very good. Go try!
    Old Airport Road right? the western food also not bad~! the one facing the main road that one~ YUM~!

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    Originally posted by chilli padi
    Here's a list of some of the food joints that I can think of at his moment. Do add in if you know more and mabi which food is nice at which place.

    1. Chomp Chomp
    2. Changi Village
    3. Tiong Barhu Market
    4. Jalan Kayu (For prata lovers)
    5. Newton Hawker Center
    6. Maxwell Food Center
    7. Bedok Reservoir Blk 85 (I think)
    8. Chong Pang
    9. Geylang Tian Ji Chou & Dim Sum

    1. Chomp Chomp
    2. Changi Village
    3. Tiong Barhu Market
    4. Jalan Kayu (For prata lovers)
    5. Newton Hawker Center
    6. Maxwell Food Center
    7. Bedok Reservoir Blk 85 (I think)
    8. Chong Pang
    9. Geylang Tian Ji Chou & Dim Sum
    10. Jalan Besar (Scissor Rice)
    11. Katong

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    Is the one at Toa Payoh Lor. 1 still there?

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    Originally posted by ckiang
    Is the one at Toa Payoh Lor. 1 still there?

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    Yup, it's still there. The one opposite CHIJ right? Just went there last week

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    support hokkien mee stall at old airport road hawker center. damn solid!
    if there might as well try the fatman satay and also the bak cho mee.

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    Yea, Wormzz. I liked the Bt Ho Swee one also.

    Tiong Bahru Market? Got two leh - The man cook or the woman cook one? I prefer the female cooked one (near a Fried Ice Cream stall I think). But the chilli at the other stall nicer...
    <drooling already....>

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    Originally posted by chilli padi
    Old Airport Road right? the western food also not bad~! the one facing the main road that one~ YUM~!
    Yeah ... after that order some satay from Fatman and wash it down with cool Carlsberg .... aaaah ... that's my routine whenever I visit the Old Airport FC!

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    Ahhhh make me hungry liao....

    <Rushes to kitchen to look for snacks>

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    self-cooked myojo mee + prawn

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    Originally posted by KingKongChar
    Folks, where to find the best fried hokkien prawn mee? where where where?
    Theres one near Eunos. At the traffic junction. Even have their own carpark.

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    Default Re: A question on local food

    Originally posted by KingKongChar
    Folks, where to find the best fried hokkien prawn mee? where where where?
    Toa Payoh Lor 1, opposite Phillips. "Come Daily Hokkien Mee"....

    gosh!!! What a name!!!! Cholestrol sure sky high man!!

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    Default Re: Re: A question on local food

    Originally posted by NitroTech
    Toa Payoh Lor 1, opposite Phillips. "Come Daily Hokkien Mee"....

    gosh!!! What a name!!!! Cholestrol sure sky high man!!
    I second that

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