It took 5,8sgd for this meal (prawn noodles). Not so delicious but not bad, the taste is a bit like Cao Lau noodle in Hoi An - VN. Very crowded, shouldn’t come at 12am.
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First time here and quite amazed with the prawn mee or prawn noodle. Tasty and quite light for a bowl of noodles. We had it with some fried stuffs from the Ngo Hiang stall at the same spot. This place very busy during morning time...More
It's one of the best prawn noodles in town! I enjoyed the fragrant and flavourful soup so much that I cleared out the bowl! There is a prawn fritter counter in the same vicinity - and it's wonderful to be eaten paired together with the...More
Its in 2 shophouses, no air conditioning and sits are limited. One has to line up to order. One line for the prawn noodle ranging from $4 to 8.80 a bowl to another stand where they sell Singapore style prawn cake and other types of...More
I had the pork rib dry noodles. A small bowl cost $5.80. The chili sauce is good but the pork ribs could have been more tender. The noodles has to go hand in hand with the prawn fritters, stall next to it and wash down...More
My first time here with my spore friends. Ordered the Big prawn mee. The broth was so good & the prawn was huge & fresh. Very tasty. Went there around 10ish so less crowds. The fried Ngor Hiang were nice too. It's a must try...More
Although the standard has dropped, it is still better than many other places. Have your noodles with the Five Spices Pork roll, it compliment each other very well. Main problem here is getting car parking.
An above-average prawn noodles. Garlic-tasting soup. Good? Yes. Fantastic? No. Coffee-shop needs a renovation. A place like this could do with a little improvement given their fame. Tip: The Ngoh Hiang beside them is pretty good too.