Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee
By Editor | Updated on April 04, 2016
Nam Sing’s Hokkien mee is characterised by its dryness and balanced taste of multiple ingredients. Another unique charm of this stall is that fine bee hoon is used instead of thick bee hoon, popular among typical Hokkien mee stalls, and somehow it works! Nam Sing is located at the Old Airport Road Food Centre so travelers and expats interested in this dish should be able to find it easily.
What are so special
Fine bee hoon over the thick ones: Don’t be too quick to judge, though. The fine bee hoon noodles do a great job in absorbing the gravy base well, so are the juicy flavours of the other ingredients. As a result, you will have a dry to moistened Hokkien mee but packed with seafood, chili, and egg flavours.
Chopped red chilies for the extra kick: As though the strong savoury of the noodle itself is not enough, Nam Sing lets you add its freshly chopped chilies into the mix alongside a piece of lemon. It is somewhat a game changer for those who appreciate it more over the traditional sambal chili sauce.
Food preparation is approximately 30 minutes so it is best to have something to snack on while waiting. Also, those who try to keep their hands off lard might appreciate Nam Sing’s lard-free noodles.
Price: S$5 (Small), S$8 (medium)
Daily: 07:00 till sold out
(Closed on random days)
Old Airport Road Food Centre #01-32
51 Old Airport Road,
Tel: (65) 6440 5340
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