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Prawn Mee This bowl is $8. It’s was alright. Broth’s good. Quite milky.
Deserves it's reputation as one of the best. Even if deathly allergic to seafood, this is one prawn mee that you have to try before you die (or die trying). Even @decipherkieffer, not a huge prawn mee fan, remarked that it's one of the best he's had. - The highlight of this 𝗽𝗿𝗮𝘄𝗻 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗽𝗼𝗿𝗸 𝗿𝗶𝗽 𝘀𝗼𝘂𝗽 𝗻𝗼𝗼𝗱𝗹𝗲𝘀 ($8 for regular in photo, and $10/15) was the almost tonkotsu-ramen-like broth — gloriously viscuous while bursting with umami, and also beautifully tinged with a delectable custacean sweetness with herbal notes sneaking into the finish. - The accompanying ingredients were also delightful — the prawns were fresh and crunchy, whilst the pork ribs were tender and flavourful. The price tag might be steep, but the luxurious broth is doubtlessly worthy of that valuation. ----- 📍 354 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427600 ⏱️ (Wed- Mon) 7.30am-2pm
Big Prawn Soup ($15) Woke up with an insatiable need for my favourite prawn noodles. So off I went to Da Dong and chose the dry version with prawns and liver ($8) and because of my foodie friend Caecilia’s recommendation, I indulged to the max with an additional order of their big prawn soup ($15) too. The prawns were extremely fresh, meaty and sweet, and the broth was opaque with an almost creamy umami-ness. My cholesterol level may have gone through the roof but my face beamed with joy.
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Kway Chap With A Difference But Maybe Better For Dinner/Supper This is one thing that differentiates Quan Lai Kway Chap from other stalls - they offer crispy deep fried intestines which was pretty decent, though some pieces were too tough after frying. The other differentiator is the slightly herbal taste of the braising liquid. But other than that, we were unfortunately disappointed with the rest of the items - braised intestine, pig skin, pork belly, tau pok and tau kee. Maybe we were there too early (9+ in the morning), all of the above were not tender and lacking in flavors. Perhaps this place is better for dinner/supper when the braise has been simmering for a much longer time.
[Quan Lai Kway Chap] - Been awhile since I had visited here for their Kway Chap. Any other recommendation for your favourite Kwap Chap Stall? Quan Lai Kway Chap 560 Macpherson Road Sin Fong Restaurant Singapore 368233 Tel: +65 67441252 Nearest MRT: Tai Seng (CC Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 8am - 1230am
Kuay Chap We're so impressed by Quan Lai Kuay Chap Yesterday! Quan Lai's Herbal Broth was really top notched and Secondly the Duck Meat, Together with Intestines was extremely Flavourful that kept us going Non-Stop!. • For those Foodies Owls Out there! This can be your Next Gathering Spot. They operate till as late as 3AM! And This Portion Together With 2 bowls Of Kuay Chap Cost Us less than $10/Pax! How affordable can this even be? East-Siders should really rejoice!.
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My Noodle with Double Roast The amount of roasted meats was a lot for me. Actually I prefer to have more noodles. But the roasted meats was good and delicious m, but just too much for me. $12.90
My Double Roast Noodles Springy noodles with great char siew. However, might be a little overpriced if you are ordering the BCM. Nonetheless, great place if you wish to satisfy your noodles craving.
My Duck Fried Noodle ($15.90) An Asian duck confit seasoned with special herbs and served with fresh egg noodles. The egg noodles here are all handmade fresh daily, and they do make some damn good noodles. The noodles are so QQ and springy, plus they are firm and never get soggy even after sitting in fragrant chilli and sesame oil. I enjoyed the duck confit, but it did taste a little bland on its own. Thankfully there’s some chilli paste provided with the duck platter. The tender duck meat is delicious when eaten with the flavourful noodles, and biting into the crispy skin on a spoonful of noodles and meat is amazing. I really enjoyed the deep fried vegetable-stuffed tau pok as well. The batter is done really well, not too thick, and fried to a perfect crispness. The vegetable stuffing completely fell out of one half of my tau pok, but it was still yummy to eat the battered tau pok! Also, the clear radish soup served with every bowl of noodles is worth a mention! The radish makes the soup very sweet, and it’s a great way to end off a hearty meal. The soy egg in the bowl was an add-on, and unlike the noodles, it was a let down. The soy sauce flavouring wasn’t thick enough, so the egg just tasted unseasoned despite its brown appearance. The egg was soft on the inside, like a hanjuku egg, but the yolk was too overcooked to retain any runniness.
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