Food Hunt – Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee at Sunshine Plaza


Honey Quote of the Day:

“There is something you can do that no one else can do just like you so love your life!”
~Joyce Meyer~

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This is my dinner today actually. My partner and I accidentally found this shop when we were hunting our dinner at Sunshine Plaza and wanted to eat the Parklane Wanton Noodle beside this shop initially.

It’s just a very simple design shop with a blue and white lightbox signage and some framed food pictures hanging at the plan white wall.

Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee 福乐炒虾面

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Their menu is very simple too. There is only their signature Fu Le Fried Hokkien Mee, Hor Fun, Oyester/Prawn Omelette and Homemade Ngoh Hiong Roll. There is only 2 selection of the drink, either Lemonade or Ice Lemon Tea.

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We order one lemonade to share, and it tasted the same because it’s from the dispenser.

The first dish came out is their Oyster Omelette 蚝煎 ($5.00)

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The portion is enough for 2 person sharing although it’s not big. They actually add some condiment with the egg and it’s actually quite nice!

Second, Fries Hokkien Mee 炒福建面 + Hommade Ngoh Hiong 自制五香卷 ($7.80) *with 1 drink

20120514-215619.jpgI must say besides the Geylang Charcoal Friend Hokkien Prawn Noodle, this is one of the best I have eaten in Singapore. You can taste the ‘wok hei’ during the first mouth and they really put the effort in the ‘prawn soup’ which made the sauce tastier!

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As for the homemade Ngoh Hiong Roll, the taste is a little inferior to the Hokkien Mee and Oyster Omelette, maybe both taste stronger compare with the little roll.

So, sometimes if you don’t know what to eat, this can be one of worth-to-try food list for your daily meal. 🙂

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