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This Popular Michelin-Recommended Spot Serves One Of The Best Hokkien Mee In Toa Payoh!

One of the oldest estates in Singapore, Toa Payoh is also home to amazing Hokkien Mee as well. Tucked away at Toa Payoh West Food Centre lies Come Daily Fried Hokkien Mee, a popular Michelin-recommended spot that’ll have you coming back for more!

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Popular Michelin-Recommended Hokkien Mee At Toa Payoh

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Operating since 1968, Come Daily continues to be a popular go-to spot among the Toa Payoh residents, with waiting times usually up to an hour. Preparation takes a minimum of three hours daily, with a three-man team being required to ensure they can open promptly.

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Dishing out only one item, their Hokkien Mee is served at $5, $8, and $10, with the addition of extra ingredients going for an extra $2.

Comforting And Tasty Hokkien Mee

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The Hokkien Mee ($5) is served perfectly cooked, leaning towards the wetter version. Each bite of the noodles is greeted with a delightful chewiness, with a good amount of prawn flavour coming through. Well balanced with the the wok hei, it might however not appeal to those looking for the distinct smokiness from the dish as it is on the lighter side.

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Their sambal chilli is slightly sweet, adding a pleasant layer of umami and a delightful kick of heat to the noodles. While it packs a punch, it is not till the point where you feel the need to reach for a cup of water. Additionally, its creaminess adds a nice textural contrast to the noodles. Bringing you a taste of comfort with each bite, you can wolf down the entire plate without feeling jelak at all.

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Here’s a tip, be sure to request their pork lard for that extra crunch and delicious guilt to your noodles! Elevating each bite with an extra layer of crispiness and umami, we highly recommend pairing it with your hokkien mee.

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While they did not skimp out on the eggs, the portion of prawns and squid was pretty disappointing. They sadly do not serve pork belly as well, which some might consider a staple in Hokkien Mee. For those looking for a substantial serving of seafood, it is recommended to top up the extra $2.

Hurry Down To Come Daily Fried Hokkien Mee Today!

Overall, while the portion of seafood is a slight letdown, the flavours are still well-executed.

Tasting both comforting and homely, If you’re ever in Toa Payoh and looking for a tasty dish to indulge in, this is certainly a spot worth checking out. Hurry down today!

Address: 127 Lor 1 Toa Payoh, #02-27, Toa Payoh West Food Centre, Singapore 310127

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Operating Hours: Wed to Sun, 8.30am to 2pm

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

For more incredible food in Toa Payoh, check out Traditional Rui Ji Chicken Rice!

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