Good prawn noodles and ngoh hiang, but have to go early before the large prawns get sold out. Always with long queues, have to find parking nearby, but worth the wait.
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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.
very tasty prawn noodle soup is something you cannot afford to miss on the east coast of Singapore. Affordable price, decent portion of prawns/noodles. Small size bowl for kids should be enough but adults should go for medium size bowl or bigger. Closed on Tuesdays...More
I usually go to this place on Sundays for family lunch and the food down there is amazing like when I mean amazing I mean literallly amazing the prawns are so fresh and delicious would highly recommend this place for both breakfast and lunch