No doubt, there’s a lot of good local food around Singapore. One of the best dishes, Hokkien Mee, is a must-have. Originated from the Fujian province, Hokkien Mee is made with semi-thick yellow noodles cooked in prawn broth. It is topped with prawns, squid, pork belly, and lard cubes! Are you feeling hungry yet?

This Spot In Geylang Offers Charcoal-Fried Hokkien Mee Photo: @sunny197251 (Instagram)Photo: @sunny197251 (Instagram)

Swee Guan Hokkien Mee is no stranger to the Internet. With high reviews across all social media platforms, Swee Guan Hokkien Mee is well-regarded as one of the best spots for Hokkien Mee in Singapore.

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It is notable for being charcoal-fried, giving it a little breath of wok, or wok hei. The outcome is spectacular, with every strain of noodles being evenly coated with prawn stock. Of course, the generous amount of toppings is eye-catching to many.

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For a small-sized portion, it is priced at $6, and for a large-sized portion, it is priced at $10. Do expect a long queue when you’re here. After all, no one can resist the umami flavour.

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