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Fans of Da Dong Prawn Noodles probably get quite annoyed with the frequent shifting, opening and closing of this highly dynamic stall, like a mischievous boy that’s unable to sit still, it is quite a feat trying to keep track of where the shop would move to next. As of now, the shop has re-appeared at Joo Chiat road, occupying a stall in the coffeeshop.As always, we ordered both the dry and soup version.Dry version ($8) – the sauce blended well with the noodles, with the shallot oil and ingredie
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Fans of Da Dong Prawn Noodles probably get quite annoyed with the frequent shifting, opening and closing of this highly dynamic stall, like a mischievous boy that’s unable to sit still, it is quite a feat trying to keep track of where the shop would move to next. As of now, the shop has re-appeared at Joo Chiat road, occupying a stall in the coffeeshop.
As always, we ordered both the dry and soup version.
Dry version ($8) – the sauce blended well with the noodles, with the shallot oil and ingredients harmonizing well, just that the portion was probably a little small for the price we paid.
Soup version ($8) – again the bowl of prawn mee was quite small with two small prawns, some bean sprouts and a few slices of pork.
Our verdict, Da Dong Prawn Noodles has good prawn broth, except that the portion may be not as generous as some other famous prawn mee stalls. Steep pricing and tight control of portion size might be an issue for some here!
Although the prawn noodles tasted quite good but we will not come back due to his attitude and steep price!
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