Probably one of the best hokkien noodles in town. If you are in Singapore, the above picture is NOT hokkien mee. If you are in Penang, the above is NOT hokkien mee. If you are in Kuala Lumpur, this is hokkien mee. Dark sauce, lardy and oily, this is the dish best served for supper. Supper is a phenomenon where you have a meal after dinner. You can call it post-dinner meal.
Usually, one dish is not enough. This dish is starchy. Ying Yong Kwang Fu Chao. Ying Yong for the noodles. You have deep fried vermicelli and Kuey Tiao, glossed with thick starchy egg based sauce. (Kwang Fu Chao style)
Tiong is located at Uptown Damansara. It is the same row as HSBC. Recently, they moved 2 shops down to their own shop. If you see Sentul Hokkien Mee and Damansara Utama Hokkien Mee, you have gone too far.