58 Prawn Noodle

30 Wishlisted
~$5/pax
Close on alternate Mondays

704 Bedok Reservoir Road
See Beh Ho Eating House
Singapore 470704

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Sunday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

Monday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

Tuesday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

Thursday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

Friday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

Saturday:
06:00am - 04:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This may not be industrial ulu but it's certainly suburban ulu. There's a lot of good things going for this prawn mee. First, its soup was special. It's not only rich, there's a rawness to it associated with street food. It's that sensation you get when eating something dodgy but so good you close one eye. And look at it - I've never seen soup so deep it has not two but three layers. Second, this might be the oiliest lard I've eaten, in keeping with the first point. There's dry and mild lard, there's dry and umami lard, and there's this. The stall keeps it up by showering enough for you to accompany every mouthful of noodles. This is a very generous bowl, which ironically might have diluted the very interesting seasoning. Typical cheap river prawns were done very well, but the pork slices were almost repulsive.

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Didn't order the big prawns. Weekday 11am but you can see a long queue forming. The soup is shiok and prawns were fresh enough. So much pork lard i felt like i was in heaven.

Was craving for prawn noodles and googling led us to this place! We went slightly after lunch hours but the queue was still going strong. That said, they cook quickly, so we didn’t have to wait too long to dig in. Though their broth is comparatively lighter to other bigger names, it was flavourful, hearty and we liked how you get the prawns’ natural sweetness. Similar to the Prawn Noodle Dry ($4.50), this came with a generous helping of fried pork lard chunks on top.

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We liked the soup version more, but the dry was quite nice to have too, though the chilli could be punchier. They are very generous with the crispy fried lard and the good sized prawns were peeled for easy eating.

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My favourite prawn noodles to date! Robust broth, generous servings, pork lard & amazing seasoning! Especially their portion, so much more worth it than the usual big names in Singapore’s prawn mee scene. Their soup is also a notch above the rest - & they’re really generous with the soup unlike the bigger names. I’m usually a soupy prawn mee person but this is an exception! The dry versions are 50 cents pricier but really worth it! Pig tail prawn noodles go at 5.50 for soup & 6 for dry and the regular prawn mee is just at 4 for soup and 4.50 for dry! It’s a little far off but worth the trip down! Will definitely make it a point to come all the way down here to satisfy my prawn mee cravings from now on instead of settling with the pricier & more well known prawn mee stalls 😋

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