Simon Road Hokkien Mee has rolled out contactless islandwide delivery for the convenience of customers. Delivery charges will be fully earned by their delivery partners.
The Hokkien Mee is priced at $5, $6, $8, $10, and $12.
Delivery areas and cost:
Area A: Serangoon / Lorong Chuan / Hougang / Kovan / Buangkok / Potong Pasir: $6
Area B: Sengkang / Punggol / Ang Mo Kio / Boon Keng / Tai Seng / Geylang: $8
Area C: Tampines / Pasir / Bedok / Yishun / Kallang / Marine Parade: $10
Area D: Rest of Singapore: $12
Free Delivery For $50 and above order (1 address only). Additional $5 for another delivery address within 5km radius.
Send in your order via WhatsApp +65 8230 2300 or https://wa.me/6582302300 with the following format:
Payment Method: Paylah/Paynow
This stall previously known as “Nam Heng Hokkien Mee”, has moved to a kopitiam at Hougang Street 21 a few years ago, and is now officially known as “Simon Road Hokkien Mee”.
Chef Willin Low was the one who introduced me to this Hokkien Mee.
He would describe during the ‘good-old day’s after booked out of camp during his army days every weekend, he would stomp to Nam Heng Restaurant at Simon Road even before getting home, unlike many of his exhausted army mates.
“I am there in front of the straight-faced uncle in my green uniform, smelling of mud and sweat. I didn’t care. I just wanted my Hokkien Mee!”
Willin exclaimed that he must dabao the noodles and not eat it at the coffeeshop. This is so that the noodles could absorb all the ‘chup’ by the time he got home.
He excitedly described the best moment – it was when he opened the packet and the pork lard aroma would fill up the house.
He loved it so much that he would eat it at least once every week since his childhood days. And this Hokkien Mee has very much influenced this award-winning chef’s cooking style.
The noodles get its flavours from a combination of prawn heads and pork ribs, fried until very dry so that the noodles and bee hoon absorb the tasty stock.
Interesting to note that the stall supposedly stopped using pork lard in its frying since the H1N1 outbreak in the old place, but switched back after its move.
‘Free-flow’ crunchy pork lard is also provided for customers to scoop on put on their own if you dine there.
Another aspect people look out for is the home-made bright orangey-red sambal chilli sauce which is very spicy and shiok (though they now give two types).
I would suggest enjoying the noodles on its own first before mixing that in.
Simon Road Hokkien Mee
210 Hougang Street 21, Singapore 530210
Tel: +65 9820 2888
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 10pm (Wed – Sun), Closed Mon, Tues
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It’s also our favourite HKM… no where else!