[CLOSED] Ah Lipp Famous Penang Prawn Noodles

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155 Bukit Batok Street 11
#01-324 Yong Xing Mian Jia Can Shi
Singapore 650155

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But this was so different on my return trip today.
There was no queue at all, there was also no extra staff to take order and form the production line. It got more doubtful when I was told I couldn’t top up ingredient.
Tasting the Assam Laksa, it was diluted and the taste was nothing more than ordinary. Absolutely disappointing. However happened to the once raving Ah Lipp stall? Really a shame.
A few stalls away was an Original Tiong Bahru Loh Mee with a consistent long queue which attracted us to try too. But frankly, it was just decent too. Hmmm...

Bukit Batok just got more exciting with this newly opened stall selling Penang Prawn Noodles and Assam Laksa! 🎊 I had the Assam Laksa and safe to say, I’d be back for more! 👍🏻 The only other place I know selling Assam Laksa is at Bukit Timah Food Centre, and while that Assam Laksa has little sardine bits that make the consistency of the soup more gao, this one has its sardines in larger chunks, making the soup more drinkable. Soup wise, both are equally tangy, no complains there. 💯

Pro tip: The Assam laksa doesn’t come with prawn paste, but feel free to add however much you want with the free flow prawn paste imported from Penang! #Burpproved #BukitBatok #Hawkerfoodsg


Trying this newly opened stall selling penang prawn noodles. The cloudy dark orangey crustacean soup broth looked really promising and amazing but tastewise, in my opinion it was not as thick or tasty as compared to other penang prawn noodles i’ve tried at other places (e.g.: Malaysia Boleh at JP and Let’s Eat at Ion). However for $4, i think it is worth a try if you prefer a less thick but sweet crustacean broth. Prawns used were fresh and succulent. They offer a big prawn noodle version that costs $10 and penang prawn noodle with pork ribs at $6.


A bowl of Penang Hokkien Big Prawn Noodles Soup (available in dry or soup version) would fetch you a handful of bee hoon-yellow noodle mix topped with pork ribs, fish cake slices, kang kong and wild sea prawns.

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The Assam laksa was very appetising with fresh cut pineapple, cucumber, onion and sardine. Topped up a dollar for more of these ingredients to go with the Penang made thick beehoon. Even their prawn paste sauce was from Penang and a generous serving of it made the bowl so satisfying.
The Hokkien prawn mee was tasty too. Broth was rich without being overly salty. Add more of the chilli sauce for that punch. The beehoon could be more cooked though as it was still rather hard. The large prawns were big but a little overcooked for us. Would settle for the regular prawns on our next visit, if we don’t end up with the Assam laksa or trying their white curry noodles.

155 Bukit Batok Street 11, Singapore 650155


The broth had significant seafood tones, quite similar to that of Adam Road's Noo Cheng. But what was really unique was its mild spiciness, giving each mouthful a nice kick which dissipated almost immediately. Big no-nos were the tough pork ribs, the unpeeled prawns and the narrow spoons provided.
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