This Hokkien Mee At Novena Has An Insane Amount Of Wok Hei And Is One Of The Best In S’pore!

When it comes to Hokkien Mee, stalls like Xiao Di Fried Prawn Noodle, Hainan Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee, and  You Fu Hokkien Prawn Noodle are just some of the popular go-to spots. Well, joining in the reigns is the newly opened Prawnography at Novena Gardens. Serving up their incredible wok-hei-infused Hokkien Mee, this is definitely one of the best in Singapore and a must-try for all!

Second Outlet At Novena

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Image: Singapore Foodie

Run by a husband-and-wife duo, Prawnography opened its second outlet at Novena around two months ago. Their main stall is currently operating at Punggol within Koufu at Oasis Terrace. Their menu offers a plethora of dishes, ranging from their Signature Hokkien Mee ($8) and Prawn Noodles ($6), to Grilled Chicken Chop Aglio Oglio ($10) and Fried Rice ($6.50). Additionally, they also offer breakfast items like Nasi Lemak ($1.20) and Bee Hoon ($1.60) and desserts like waffles and ice cream.

Delicious And Smoky Hokkien Mee

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Prawnography’s Signature Deluxe Fried Hokkien Mee ($10) is served with a mountain of delectable noodles, along with scallops, prawns, squid, pork belly, and fishcake. As soon as it arrives, the aroma of the wok hei hits your nostrils immediately, letting you know you’re in for an amazing treat.

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In between your wet and dry version, the noodles have the most incredible smokiness, making each bite simply divine! Even though the wok hei is pretty prominent, its smokiness doesn’t overpower the flavour of the prawn stock, giving the perfect balance of flavours.

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

Elevating the flavours is a touch of acidity from the lime and zing from the chilli, which gives a fiery kick as well. As for the ingredients, the scallops and prawns are fresh and have a good bite to them. The dish however could use a little more squid.

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Topped with golden nuggets of pork lard, it gives a pleasant layer of umami although a little more crispiness would have been better for a satisfying crunch.

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Hurry Down To Prawnography Today!

Although Prawnography’s hokkien mee might not be perfect, the flavours are definitely on point, helping them stand out from the rest.  Be sure to try their popular Prawn Noodles as well, with the delicious soup bringing you a taste of comfort. Hurry down and try them today!

Address: 273 Thomson Rd, #01-03A, Singapore 307644

Operating Hours: Daily, 9:00 am – 9:30 pm

Cover Photo: Singapore Foodie

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