Erienised
Rising Gourmet
2011-10-06
Anyone who lives near Jurong Point would probably know that this stall has one of the best fried prawn noodles in the area. I always have friends and family recommending me the fried prawn noodles from this stall and I finally decided to give it a try for dinner.

The leave (?) they use to wrap the noodles had a really strong smell which I didn't like but it gives the noodles a special flavour. The noodles were well-fried and I really liked the sauce. I'm slightly allergic to prawns so I gave it to a sibling. Apparently the prawns were fresh but lacked a little bit of taste.

Its pretty hard to find tasty fried noodles in the area and I really liked the one from this stall. The only downside is when I tried to order one without vegetables, I was told they mass fry the noodles so they can't do that for me. It costs around $4.20
Date of Visit
2011-10-05
Spending Per Head
S$4.20 (Dinner)
5
Taste
4
Decor
3
Service
3
Hygiene
4
Value
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