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For a balanced and delicious bowl. Choose your protein of choice from Salmon Teriyaki, Satay Chicken, Korean Chicken/Pork and choose 3 sides from a list of 9. It can be as nutritious as you want it to be if you choose the right sides. Personally my all time fave is Salmon with broccoli, sunny side up and sous vide egg. Salmon is freshly cooked upon order and I love how it is perfectly cooked without being over done and dry. Chef torches the salmon to give it extra crackling and fragrance. All these for a wallet friendly $6 only. The non-salmon bowls are less than $6.

The nasi goreng was not cooked long enough. Doesn't have the brownish texture.

But I will say, their blanchan is damn awesome.

Incredibly well seasoned and balanced! You get all of the crustacean flavor without any of it being overbearing. Option of $4/5/6 with choice of pork ribs and pig tail to go with your dish.

Full vlog and how-to-make:

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Always our all time favourite and the only reason we drove down to the west.

The Pork Rib Prawn Mee Soup ($5) comes with 3 mid-size prawns that have been de-shelled. I took a sip of the soup and was wow by the depth of the rich crustacean flavour. I would recommend adding the chilli powder to change the profile for even better enjoyment.
While I enjoyed the soup version, my friend felt that the Pork Rib Prawn Mee Dry ($5) fares better with the chilli sauce. Indeed the chilli sauce complements the noodles excellently, giving it a nice spicy kick. While it is good, I still think the spirit in a good bowl of prawn mee has to be the soup, hence my vote still goes to the soup version.
Find out more at
Joo Chiat Prawn Mee
Ayer Rajah Food Centre
Blk 503 West Coast Drive
Singapore 120503
Nearest MRT: Clementi (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed-Sun: 730am - 3pm

From Mohamed Raihan Muslim stall:

Visited Ayer Rajah Food Centre for a late dinner. Most of the stalls left open were the mamak stalls and as we were sharing our plate of Indian Rojak, this diligent stall owner came to ask if we wanted to order anything else.

The maggi goreng was prepared quickly. The bright red noodles had broken into short strands after being tossed with cubed potatoes, beef, onions and egg, and they were a tad on the salty side. Not the best plate of maggi goreng, but good enough for a quick fix.