Portion wise, this prawn noodle is really value for money. The prawn soup is really thick and it was a little overkill for me. The older generation may like this kind of soup base. The noodles are nothing much, that’s also the same for the ingredients. The prawn was quite fresh but the pork slice was a little tough for me.
Business at this stall is one of the best in the entire hawker place. The queue never stops though it is not long. You do not have to spend more than 10 minutes in queue. The generous portion of noodles is an added plus, with the very nice tasting hokkien mee styled noodles. The chilli paste is good too!
One of the few chicken rice and roasted pork stalls that I know of that opens so early in the morning. The chicken rice is quite fragrant and the rice is soft and nice, however, the lack of soy sauce makes it a little dull. The roasted pork was only slightly roasted and the meat was juicy.
Not the first time, but having the option to sit down and have your food inform you that it is time to collect it, is very convenient. I would not need to stand and wait while people are crowding around. The sauces are located near the serving counter and is self service. This is an all out express counter! Baked potato could use more steaming though
It was quite a surprise to actually find that this new outlet as I was heading down for my regular laksa. The place was not really crowded, one of the quieter ones actually. Service was okay, got my food within expectations. Shared a paper steamboat with my colleague. Food was okay too. Love the soup very much! The meat is thin and tender too