From TV to newspapers and magazine, there is no shortage of coverage on 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles stall in all major media outlets, simply because it’s manned by Ruifang – a university graduate! Having inherited the prawn noodle stall from her parents, this is a rare phenomenon in our local hawker scene: a young university graduate giving up the comfort of an office, in exchange for a hot and humid food centre cooking prawn mee.
But in case you doubt her skills, RuiFang evidently knows stuff. Visit her stall and you can witness how skillful she is in whipping up bowl after bowl of prawn mee.
545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles does not offer bigger prawns – instead, she serves up traditional prawn mee with small shrimp and pork slices. So none of those $20 a bowl prawn mee you can find at other prawn mee stalls. We ordered both the soup version and dry version for a comparison.
Must try the Dry version prawn noodle! The chilli mixture blended quite well with the noodles, and the flavour reminded us of the prawn mee we used to buy from the back alleys back in the old days. A nostalgic bowl of prawn noodles, it was hearty and homey.
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