There’s something to be said about this hawker centre. It’s nice, lots of different things and the food is oh so good. You are spoiled for selection at this place, Golden Mile Fried Kuay Teow Mee. It’s located on the lower floor, behind the Hokkien Mee and Chicken Rice.
I always say, if there’s an old uncle cooking noodles and he’s wearing laboratory goggles whilst frying, then it has to be darn good. Such is the case here.
So for $3 a plate, we go for the Char Kway Teow of course. It comes out delicate, full of vegetables and prawns, fish cakes, cockles, bean sprouts and lop cheong. It’s not as sweet as we would like it, but it looks a lot more oily than it actually tastes. So it tastes light, but looks like good oily Char Kway Teow.
We also had to go for the Xing Chou Mee Fun, or what sometimes is mistakenly called Singapore Fried Vermicelli. The usual ones have curry powder in them. This one does not, but what it does have are loads of minced char siew, small little prawns, egg and vegetables and all just fried nicely with a hint of wok hei. Outstanding dish, I could have polished off at least 2-3 more plates of this. I love when noodles are like this.
This is a very underrated hawker centre in my eyes. There is some good stuff here. Waiting for someone to go have the Sup Tulang with me!