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I was looking high and low for a Prawn Noodle (the hokkien mee style) stall when I saw someone took a plate of it and passed by me. We thought it was not from the big prawn noodle stall as its menu was showing only normal prawn mee noodle soup. As we went closer to the stall, we noticed the availability, there was only 2 portions, S$5 and S$8. Ordered the $5 portion prawn noodle. Presentation looks chaotic to me, gravy of the mee was rather thick, rich, strong in prawn taste. All was good except
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I was looking high and low for a Prawn Noodle (the hokkien mee style) stall when I saw someone took a plate of it and passed by me. We thought it was not from the big prawn noodle stall as its menu was showing only normal prawn mee noodle soup. As we went closer to the stall, we noticed the availability, there was only 2 portions, S$5 and S$8.

Ordered the $5 portion prawn noodle. Presentation looks chaotic to me, gravy of the mee was rather thick, rich, strong in prawn taste. All was good except that the mee comes with "ki" smell from the yellow noodle and also prawns were rather mushy. We couldn't finish the plate of noodles, leaving a big stomach space for desserts.
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Date of Visit
2013-07-31
Spending Per Head
$5 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Prawn Mee