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Hui Wei Lor Mee & Sin Kee Chicken Rice @ Mei Ling Market

Hui Wei Lor Mee and Prawn Mee is one of the more popular stalls at Mei Ling Street Market and Food Centre. We tried both their famous lor mee and delicate prawn mee as well as some chicken rice from Sin Kee Chicken Rice in this Queenstown hawker centre recently.

Mei Ling Market and Hawker Centre

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice Mei Ling Street takes up two stalls. There was a short queue of around 5 people when we were there for lunch on a weekday. Apparently they also serve fish porridge but we did not try it that day. We were curious to try the famous chicken rice and ordered a standard chicken rice serving together with additional braised egg and tau kwa.

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street
Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street

When the food was served, we were delighted by how neatly the food was arranged. Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street certainly has one of the nicest chicken rice presentations we have seen. The matching sauce dish, plate and fork/spoon handles looked great and exuded a warm retro feel.

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice

I think we are very fortunate to have a high standard of chicken rice generally in Singapore. We thought that rice was good but the chicken was quite average. We would probably eat at Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Street again if we are in this area. However we might not order the braised egg and tau kwa again as they did not seem to have been cooked long enough for the braise gravy flavours to the penetrate them.

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice, Mei Ling Food Centre

Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice
Mei Ling Market & Food Centre
159 Mei Ling St, #02-22, Singapore 140159

Open Daily 10 am to 3.30pm

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodle

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodle

The star dishes at our lunch at Mei Ling food centre were from the Hui Wei stall. Both the lor mee and prawn noodles were excellent.

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodle

The Hui Wei lor mee was loaded with all sorts of ingredients – fried fish, egg, pork slices. It was a lot of food for $3.80. These pictures were taken before the usual garnishes such as chopped garlic, Chinese parsley and vinegar were added. Once that was done, the lor mee looked and tasted wonderful. We will surely eat it again.

Hui Wei Lor Mee

Hui Wei prawn noodles at Mei Ling market looked like a shy style of prawn noodles. There was no big prawns of strong flavours to whet the appetite such as those at famous prawn mee places in Singapore such as Beach Road Prawn Noodles in Katong. What we got was a most delicate prawn broth. Similarly the prawns were small but sweet. This is a stall worth trying at Mei Long Market and Food Center.

Hui Wei Prawn Noodle
    

Hui Wei Lor Mee & Prawn Noodles
Mei Ling Market & Food Centre
159 Mei Chin Rd, #02-14
Singapore 140159

Open: 7.30am to 1.30pm
Closed on Monday

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Lunch at Queenstown

This is a composite picture of our Queenstown lunch – different dishes with different personalities.

Mei Ling Market and Hawker Centre

Mei Ling Market and Hawker Centre
159 Mei Ling Street, Singapore 140159

Nearby MRT Station: Queenstown

Mei Ling Market and Hawker Centre
    

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