No hawker scene or food court is complete without a Hokkien Mee stall. And this staple dish might have foodies heading towards different directions, the KL stir-fried version, and the soup based Penang version, or also known as Prawn Mee. Johor Bahru certainly leans towards the KL rendition which is infused with pork fat and smattering of pork lard, while its counterpart is rather less sinful, noodles simmered in prawn-based soup and topped with fried onions, slivers of hard-boiled eggs and prawns. Both are equally satisfying and we are caught between two stools to pick the winner, thus, let your taste buds do the honouring and let us know the results. We have a compiled a mouth-watering list of eateries that are tailor-made for Hokkien Mee enthusiasts.
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Our Hokkien Mee prowl got us to this unassuming restaurant that is widely praised by the locals of all ages. They have been churning out delicious stir-fried noodles for decades and the current generation still lives up to the reputation. This gleaming plate of goodness is rather more gravy-like, and less salty and less heavy on the lard, yet lends a nice wok hei aroma to the yellow noodles, prawns, and crunchy greens. If you need another reason to visit, their fish cakes are wonderful.More info
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