Hokkien mee stall by former Les Amis sous chef Xavier Neo drawing crowds

To come up with his version of fried Hokkien mee, Xavier Neo would eat at popular stalls and then figure out how it was cooked.
To come up with his version of fried Hokkien mee, Xavier Neo would eat at popular stalls and then figure out how it was cooked.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG

SINGAPORE - It is not only the latest bubble tea brand or restaurant openings by celebrity chefs that get foodies here in a tizzy.

A humble fried Hokkien mee stall in Toa Payoh has also been drawing long queues since it opened on Aug 10.

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