31 Aug '17, 11pm
218 Centre Hokkien Mee – A Smokin’ Hot Classic in Punggol https://t.co/sB652Q5oDc
If your palate favours wok hei, you’re going to love the hokkien mee here. The smoky flavour dominates the dish and you’re definitely not going to miss it. The noodles are limp and boast rich layers of flavour thanks to his prawn broth. Mr Tan revealed that he uses prawns, pig skins, pork ribs,and more secret ingredients, to achieve the fragrant and robust broth used in the dish. The Hokkien Mee ($4/$5/$6) comes with pork belly slices and juicy prawns. I liked the firmness of the prawns but would’ve wanted more. The Hokkien Mee is the wet version and offers great value for money. Remember to mix in his homemade chilli for a sour-spicy kick. Whilst certainly impressive and appetising, I thought that the wok hei overshadowed the essential flavours of the classic hawker dish. Probably because we were his only customers when we were there, so he only cooked 1 serving. Despite ...