Thursday, April 30, 2009

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee
This was pretty good, much better than I expected. Charcoal fried Hokkien mee at the Kim San Leng coffeeshop on the junction of Telok Kurau and Changi Road. Yummy enough to get me thinking about coming back even before I left.

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee
It's so gooey and rich, but still has lightly charred bits of noodle and egg. They use thin beehoon here, which works very well. Don't wait too long to eat it (as if anyone would), as the stock or gravy kinda coagulates when it gets cold. The S$3 portion is a rather small plate, but gives you at least 4 prawns. I'd order a larger plate next time.

At the Kim San Leng coffeeshop on junction of Telok Kurau and Changi Road
The heat from the charcoal stove is so strong, I could not bear to stand long in front of the stall. But I welcome the "wok hei" for the dish itself!

I actually came for oyster omelette, which is apparently quite good too, but they didn't have it that evening. All the more reason to come back again!

Kim San Leng Food Centre
324T Changi Road
Singapore 419799
Open 11am to 10pm (closed Tuesdays)
Tel: 81823745


  1. Ooh, charcoal fried Hokkien prawn mee? Sounds enticing. I've yet to find my holy grail of HPM, this could be it!

  2. I had eaten many times at this place as it is quite near my place. Usually I will order $4, add mee and no sotong. Enough for a big eater like me. However, I personally prefer Alex See's Geylang Lorong 29 Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee. The carrot cake at this stall is not nice. Go for the one at the coffeeshop across the road. It is better.

  3. This looks so good I wish I live nearer to Changi!

  4. This place closed already. A chinese noodle stall has replaced it.


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