Seafood and Pork Lard Makes This Fried Noodles Singapore’s Comfort Food

9 months ago
Hokkiens form the largest Chinese dialect group in Singapore and their cuisine permeates the local hawker scene. One of their most popular dishes is fried Hokkien mee, a staple in Singapore’s hawker centres. We spent the day with two young brothers running a popular Hokkien mee stall.

0:00 What’s Singapore Hokkien Mee
00:45 The brothers who became hawkers
01:57 What makes a Hokkien Mee
04:25 Fried noodle’s history

*You Fu Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle, 505 Beach Rd, #01-57, Singapore 199583

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Producer: Jessica Novia
Videographer: Derek Wee
Editor: Victor Peña

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