Originally specialising in Hokkien Mee, the brand has seen expanded to selling other Chinese dishes while retaining its signature noodles. The owner, Mr Tan Kue Kim, is famous for wearing a long sleeve shirt and gold rolex while frying his hokkien mee.
Kim's Place Seafood
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Hokkien mee that would please if you like the dry variety.
I’ve heard much about Kim’s Fried Hokkie Mee, with many touting it one of the best Hokkien Mees islandwide. My standards for good hokkien mee are that it has to have a generous amount of seafood, have a fragrant wok hei taste, and the stock must be evenly spread throughout the dish.
On all fronts, Kim’s met the mark. The noodles were not limp and soggy, but just the right texture. The flavorful prawn broth also infused into the noodles to make for an extremely enjoyable meal. Best of all, one can have an unlimited amount of the tasty lard and chilli that accompanies the dish!
While I agree that their Hokkien mee is pretty good, I will not go as far to say that it’s the best in Singapore since I’ve got my personal favorite. Nonetheless, if you’re the type that likes your noodles dry, Kim’s Fried Hokkien Mee will definitely hit the right notes!