Kim's Place Seafood Restaurant
What was a small Hokkien mee stall at Changi Road in 1971 has since grown to a full-fledged seafood restaurant along Joo Chiat Road. Its name may imply that it specialises in only seafood, with dishes like crispy cereal prawns and superior mid shark’s fin in chicken broth. But Kim’s Place also keeps to its roots, serving one of the best fried Hokkien mee in Singapore. It still retains the original flavours that made it famous, but now has the addition of fresh oysters.