Feng Zhen Lor Mee Opens At Yishun, Bringing Its $4 Michelin-Approved Noodles To The North
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Feng Zhen Lor Mee Opens At Yishun, Bringing Its $4 Michelin-Approved Noodles To The North

10th May 2022

Feng Zhen Lor Mee in Yishun

feng zhen lor mee yishun opening
Image credit: @fengzhenlormee

Fans of traditional lor mee stall Feng Zhen Lor Mee will no longer need to travel all the way to the west for their noodle fix. The third-generation hawker stall, which earned a Michelin plate last year, has opened a new outlet in Yishun Avenue 11!

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For those who are unfamiliar with Feng Zhen Lor Mee, they’re a family business that has been around since 1988. They’re most known for their Traditional Lor Mee (from $4), which combines handmade pork meatballs with yellow noodles, batang fish, and half a hard-boiled egg.

feng zhen lor mee yishun
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The dish is doused in their secret gravy, which is said to be thick and flavourful, tasting somewhat like shark’s fin soup. You also get to choose from four different types of noodles: yellow noodles, flat noodles, kway teow, or bee hoon. Before digging in, make sure you mix well so the tasty sauce coats each ingredient.

feng zhen lor mee yishun fish
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Those who love fish can go for their Fish Lor Mee ($6), which incorporates batang fish, AKA Spanish mackerel, instead of the usual red grouper or shark meat. The fish is deep-fried without any batter, so you can enjoy the freshness of the meat. Upsize to the $8 portion if you’re feeling extra peckish!

feng zhen lor mee yishun store (1)
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Feng Zhen Lor Mee’s new outlet is a short bus ride from Yishun and Khatib MRT Stations. If Yishun is out of the way for you, you can visit the stall’s original location at Taman Jurong Food Centre instead.

For more lor mee content, check out our guide to the best lor mee stalls in Singapore! If you’re up to try a different type of noodle dish, read our Fei Gong Cart Noodles review for Hong Kong-style cart noodles with toppings such as beef brisket and offal.

Address: Blk 417 Yishun Avenue 11, Singapore 760417
Opening hours: Daily 7:30am to 8pm

Fei Gong Cart Noodles Review: Cai Png-Style Hong Kong Cart Noodles With Over 20 Ingredients To Choose From

Featured image adapted from @dtfoodaffair and @fengzhenlormee.


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