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Best Hokkien Mee spots in Kuching

Best Hokkien Mee spots in Kuching

Hokkien Mee might not be as famous as other staple Sarawakian noodles like Kolo Mee or Mee Sua, but it is a delicious cuisine that is enjoyed by Sarawakians.

If you aren’t a certified Kuching foodie, it can be a great endeavour to find any kinds of Hokkien Mee as they cannot be easily found in normal kopitiam or food court in Kuching. But there are places that sell this delicious dish that is if you know where to find them!


So, to make things easier for you when it comes to deciding where to eat next (ugh, the toughest question ever!), here is a list of some hawker stalls and restaurants that serve hokkien mee. 



KL Hokkien Mee @ Hao Jing Café

At Hao Jing Café in Kota Sentosa, you will find a stall named Ho Kee Fried that serves what seems to be arguably the best KL Hokkien Mee in Kuching. Some say the Hokkien Mee here is just as good as the ones in KL!


Address:

Hao Jing Café, 313, Lorong Liu Shan Bang 3, 7th Mile, Kota Sentosa, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak. (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6am – 7pm

$, Non-halal


Best Hokkien Mee spots in Kuching

 

KL-style ‘Hokkien Fried Mee’ @ Premier 101 food center

Premier 101 Food Center is another place you can go to whenever you crave for that fragrant KL Hokkien Mee. As one of the signature food in the food court,  the Hokkien Fried Mee served here is everything ‘KL Hokkien Mee’ that you can expect: stir-fried with homemade black soy sauce recipe, mixed together with pork and meat slices, prawn and vegetables. 


Address:

154, Jalan Kempas, Tabuan Heights, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak. (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 6pm – 12am

$, Non-halal


Best Hokkien Mee spots in Kuching

 

Singapore Hokkien Tiger Prawn Noodles @ B&B Kitchen

If the normal dark sauce Hokkien Mee doesn’t tickle your tastebuds, perhaps the Singapore variant would! 

Now what’s the difference between KL Hokkien Mee and SG Hokkien Mee? 


The Singapore version has a lighter colour (using white sauce), consists of egg/rice noodles that is stir-fried with prawn as its main ingredient, which is complemented with slices of chicken or pork. 


The SG Hokkien Noodle at B&B Kitchen is a bit on the pricier side, that is if you choose to have the most amount of prawns included inside your noodle.


Address: 

Ground Floor, Lot 9957, Block 16, KCLD, Jalan Stutong, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak. (Click HERE to Google Map)

Open Daily from 10am – 2:30pm and 5pm – 8pm • Closed on Sunday

$-$$, Non-halal


Best Hokkien Mee spots in Kuching

 

Penang Prawn Hokkien Mee @ Siang Siang Corner Tabuan Jaya

If you prefer eating noodles that is rather soupy, the Penang version of Hokkien Mee would be one to your liking. 


What accentuates Penang Hokkien Mee is that it is not dry at all like the other Hokkien Mee variants/ The star element of Penang Hokkien Mee is its spicy prawn broth, making it an easily distinguishable cuisine.


In Kuching, you can find Penang Prawn Hokkien Mee at one of the biggest food courts in Tabuan Jaya, Siang Siang Corner. Other Penang cuisines that you can find here is the Char Kway Teow. 


Address:

No. 915, Lot 1352, Lorong Bayor Bukit 2, Tabuan Jaya, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak. (Click HERE to Google Map)

$, Non-halal


Best Hokkien Mee spots in Kuching



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