The stall offers Hokkien Mee (noodles) with small, medium and large prawns. The size of the crustaceans will determine the cost of your order.
The noodles are cooked over an open charcoal flame, a rarity these days, and in the process drizzled with pork bone soup stock boiled for several hours.
The prawns are shucked so diners do not have to deal with picking out the shells. The noodles are full of flavour and savoury thoguth some may find it a tad rich. Be prepared to wait in line for at least half an hour during peak dining hours.
Swee Guan Hokkien Mee
Opening hours: Open daily for dinner, 5pm - 11pm