16 Jan '13, 12am

Eng Ho Hokkien Mee: The Hokkien Mee Legacy #Food

Eng Ho Hokkien Mee: The Hokkien Mee Legacy #Food

Eng Ho Hokkien Mee - Shot with the Canon EOS M - Video Snapshot mode What does Eng Ho, Nam Sing , Chia Keng and Ah Hock Hokkien Mee have in common? Well, if you are a Hokkien Mee aficionado, you might immediately point out that they all use thin bee hoon instead of the thick laksa bee hoon in their Hokkien Mee. But what you may not know is the reason behind this. It turns out that these four very famous Hokkien Mee stalls are all descendents of the same Hokkien Mee hawker. Actually, I should say Hokkien Mee hawkers. Mr Tan of Eng Ho Hokkien Mee tells me that the original two Hokkien Mee hawkers where Nam Sing Hokkien Mee's father and his eldest brother (Dua Pek). The elder brother's son is none other than the old man who fries Ah Hock Hokkien Mee. These two hawker legends also had a younger sister whose sons learnt the art of Hokkien mee from the two masters. The older one...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/2013/01/eng-ho-hokkien-mee-hokk...

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@tealpops a mixture.

hungrygowhere.com 05 Jan '13, 3pm

1st of all I like to apologise for my previous review, I mixed up Eng Ho with another hokkien mee stall tian tian dao alon...

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bolehland.net 06 Jan '13, 3pm

sick commented on The Mee - got poison inside? ... Pek Chek Kia commented on The Mee - The way you eat the mee? ... amin c...