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370 East Coast Road
Singapore 428981

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09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

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We had prawn and pork rib mifen mian ($6 each), one dry and one soup. The pork ribs were slightly tough, but I really enjoyed the flavour of the soup and the seasoning on the dry noodles!

Located in a shophouse that serves prawn noodles and ngoh hiang. It was crowded on a weekend lunch hour but we still managed to get a table without having to wait for long. Ordered the soup version with a mix of thick bee hoon and yellow noodles. The prawns were fresh and the broth is simply sweet and flavourful, topped with crispy fried shallots and chilli powder. Craving satisfied 😋 》$6/small

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Really love the soup here! It’s super flavourful and sweet. Add chilli powder or chopped chilli into the soup to give it an extra kick! We ordered the jumbo sized portion, which comes with really thick and juicy prawns.

The prawn mee here comes in 3 sizes - small ($6), medium ($9) and jumbo ($12) and you can opt to have it dry or with soup. This was my first time trying their dry prawn mee, which comes with prawns sliced in halves, yellow noodles/beehoon and a mix of chilli sauce! The chilli was sweet, and I added extra chilli powder to make it spicier! The dry prawn mee also comes with a side of refillable soup, but I found that it just doesn’t taste as nice as the one in soup prawn mee. Nonetheless, the soup was still sweet and flavourful!

One of the best prawn mee in sg! The soup was rich and flavourful. Even the smallest serving had a good amount of prawns and noodles. Ngoh hiang was average in my opinion. Overall, was very satisfied with the meal. Will be back!

But a good old school taste at its best.
The Ngor Hiang here is a good pairing too.