Tian Tian Lai Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee at Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre

Steven pours his heart into every plate of Hokkien mee that he prepares. A prawn noodle dish that comprises numerous ingredients, Hokkien mee is synonymous with the migrant Chinese communities of Singapore and Malaysia. 

Beyond the fresh seafood, pork belly fat, two different kinds of noodles, delectable broth and ‘wok hei’ — the”breath” of the wok, i.e. the delightful charred flavor that goes into Hokkien mee, Steven reckons that years of experience go into achieving a perfectly satisfying plate of fried prawn noodles — good thing he has 40 years under his belt. 

What’s the secret ingredient that keeps customers coming back? “Good service,” he shares, and of course, the promise to put his heart and soul into every plate he serves up. Try it for yourself, Tian Tian Lai Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee is now on Grab Hawker Picks on GrabFood.

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