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Crab Steamboat Crab Steamboat ($55) . After facing rejection countless times due to the need to brave the heat eating at a hawker centre, I finally managed to grab a companion to join me at Wen Wen Pork Rib Prawn Noodle to try their Crab Steamboat on a rainy evening. According to the stall, it is best that this steamboat be had after 6pm as that’s when the stock has developed enough flavour after simmering for the entire day. He was right! Most prawn mee stock I’ve had is usually murky from all the pork being cooked. Instead, Wen Wen’s was a clear broth that packed mainly the sweet umami goodness of all the seafood. So for the price, we get pork ribs, pig’s tail, pig intestines, big prawns, clams, and the crab full of roe. With so much seafood simmering over a slow fire during the meal, the prize really is the taste of the soup towards the end of our meal. Do note that you are also allowed to bring your own ingredients to add to the steamboat and I would strongly recommend bring more vegetables as it’ll cost $5/bowl from the stall.
Jayson
2y
Wen Wen Hotpot ($55~$80) Wen Wen Big Prawn Mee is now back at the newly renovated Geylang Bahru Market & Food Centre! All I can is that soup is just as shiok, uncle Richard is just as friendly and the experience just as fun as before (sadly, no more lala). He even has his own add-ons now like veg and fresh pork shabu shabu so you don’t have to bring your own (though you still can).
Dex
2y
Large Steamboat ($80) Back to Wen Wen (in Geylang Bahru) ‧⁺◟( ᵒ̴̶̷̥́ ·̫ ᵒ̴̶̷̣̥̀ ) Love the seafood flavors and the super generous ingredients; it came loaded with crab, prawns, pork ribs, intestines (also you can order their prawn noodles FOC), and you can always bring your own ingredients to add! Also uncle is seriously the nicest hawker ever. Only downside is the hawker setting, but this is really worth the sweat.
potato
2y
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Lao Shu Fen Ba Chor Mee ($3) Tried this ba chor mee store at Mayflower Market that offers 老鼠粉 (Lao shu fen) noodles because I saw @wensdelight’s Instagram story and thought it looked good! It’s located on the side facing the wet market and they use red bowls. The portion of noodles that they give is really large for $3 only and the noodles are so soft and silky! Totally slurped up the noodles. The ingredients are more average though, they weren’t very generous with them and the meatballs were also a bit hard. Overall, it wasn’t a bad try, but I think I’ll stick with my $2.90 Yong tau foo next time still! (Facing the carpark, next to the Malay food store)
Elizabeth
1y
Prawn Noodles With Pork Ribs ($4) Mayflower market’s prawn noodles are the best and always sell out pretty fast, so be there early before 12! It’s really affordable at $4 for prawn noodles, including a big meaty pork rib. Their pork ribs were tender and fall off the bone, and the soup was rich and full of prawn goodness. Also, they normally use normal sliced prawns but they ran out, so luckily, the auntie gave us the bigger prawns, and even slipped a hard boiled egg into my noodles!! What a delightful surprise.
Elizabeth
1y
Kuay Chap This is just at the corner behind the Yong Tau Foo store on the outermost row of stores. Tried this because sadly, my favourite prawn noodles store ran out of prawns at 12pm on a Sunday!! Too popular :”) Anyway, I really liked the intestines here in particular because of the marinade! Slightly sweet and very satisfying. The other ingredients were average I’d say. The kuay itself is slightly thicker than my go-to place (at serangoon garden food and market centre), but still acceptable. The broth is on the lighter side, but my partner who enjoys heavier tastes still liked it!
Elizabeth
1y
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