It's all in the Hokkien
Our Hokkien Noodles are one of our most popular individual heat & eat meals on our menu. Fans love the almost meaty texture of this spaghetti-like pasta which is perfect for holding the complex, bold flavours typical in Asian cuisine.
Hokkien Noodles or Hokkien mee as is the original name was created by two brothers from Fujian (Hokkien) province in southern China. The noodles became popular after World War II when factory workers would congregate along Rochor Road and fry excess noodles from the noodle factories over a charcoal stove.
These oiled fresh noodles, made from wheat flour and egg, were introduced to Malaysia by Hokkien Chinese and are now found in stir-fries around the world.
Everyone has their own opinions on what Hokkien noodles should be. Some prefer the white sauce version, while others make the brown sauce version with soy sauce. Hokkien noodles typically feature in saucy stir-fries, soups such as laksa, or mee goreng.
Our Hokkien Noodles come as a vegetarian meal but you can also add your own selection of meats such as pan fried prawns, shredded chicken or slivers of beef.