Was surprised to see the previous review mentioning about prawn noodles but verified true in my recent visit. Not sure if its the same kitchen but they do sell prawn noodles till 11am in the morning now. Anyway i was here at 4pm, thankful i do not need to go thru the queue waiting which this place is famous for. Ordered a $8 medium plate of bai mee fen, $10 hay zhou and $8 sambal potato leaves. IMO, there is no other stall that came close to this wet version of the bee hoon, the toa payoh hong yun stall did not even come close. The quantity for the $8 portion was good perfect for 2 to share, sotong, prawns, vege, egg and a nice sweet gravy base makes up this dish. This time i felt the hay zhou was a little off form though and was smaller in size. The potato leaves is nice and spicy. Total bill was $26. The ice jelly is payable separately at $2.20 per cup, pretty standard item in nowadays. the jelly are not self made but comes in cup forms.
prawn mee, am only
mayo for hay xhou, not bad, but shd offer plum sauce
Date of Visit: Oct 20, 2013 Other Ratings: