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Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee

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Hong Heng Fried Prawn Mee is Located in Tiong Bahru Market and specializes in Prawn Noodles.
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Big thumbs up to my all time favourite mouthwatering Fried Sotong Prawn Mee from Tiong Bahru Market.   Plates of piping hot fried noodles served out daily by the "Uncle" from this stall are really FRIED here.  The effort put into cooking up this brilliant plate of delicious hokkien mee is evidenced by the great care taken by this "Uncle" as he fries up a storm to ensure that the noodles have the charred flavour from the wok. The stock used is very flavourful, giving the noodles the fresh full flavour of prawns.    He is also pretty generous with his prawns and sotongs and the seafoods served up are always very fresh. Be sure to go there early if you wish to have a plate as they often sell out fast. Open daily from 11am to 8pm. Closed on Mon.

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Big thumbs up to my all time favourite mouthwatering Fried Sotong Prawn Mee from Tiong Bahru Market.   Plates of piping hot fried noodles served out daily by the "Uncle" from this stall are really FRIED here.  The effort put into cooking up this brilliant plate of delicious hokkien mee is evidenced by the great care taken by this "Uncle" as he fries up a storm to ensure that the noodles have the charred flavour from the wok. The stock used is very flavourful, giving the noodles the fresh full flavour of prawns.    He is also pretty generous with his prawns and sotongs and the seafoods served up are always very fresh. Be sure to go there early if you wish to have a plate as they often sell out fast. Open daily from 11am to 8pm. Closed on Mon.
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