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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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From the Burpple community

Prawn mee and fried ngor hiang over the long weekend! We arrived at 930+am on a public holiday, and thankfully there were still seats available (it seems as if they have expanded their seating area to the shop next door)! $6 for this small bowl of prawn mee (with only 4 half prawns). We all agreed that the soup here was less concentrated as that of Da Dong's. But between this or the one at Tai thong crescent, they tasted pretty similar to me. But what differentiated this, tai thong and Jalan sultan prawn mee, is the accompanying ngor hiang stall. I didn't quite enjoy the ngor hiang at jalan sultan! This at beach road prawn mee noodle house was acceptable,but we all felt that lao zhong zhong (Tai thong crescent) was still the best! ๐Ÿ˜„ #burpplen#burpplesg

Ratings: 9/10
Worth: 9/10

Price ~$6
One of my favourite stalls to patronise - extremely worth it for the quality and quantity of pork ribs given
Usually pair it with the ngoh hiang dishes located at the same stall
Fragrant broth was wonderful and appetising. Pork ribs was fall off the bone tender as well. And of course, prawns were exceptionally fresh

Highly recommended!

One of the top 3 prawn noodles in Singapore without a doubt.Ordered the dry version with pork ribs, the prawns were of good size and were incredibly fresh. The star of this dish is the robust prawn stock, no superlatives can describe the rich taste! It comes with unlimited soup refill as well.



First time and no regrets! Wonderful broth that has that sweet umami and not too thick making you wanna slurp it all down. The noodles were well done with sweet-savory chilli and fried shallots and prawns were fresh and of good size. $6 for the smallest size. Thumbs up!

Skip the ngoh hiang items which were overly floury and bland although almost everyone there orders it.


Think thick, rich broth that you know have been boiled for hours together with juicy prawns and succulent pork ribs - and many would think of the Beach Road Prawn Mee found along East Coast Road. I never fail to leave this gem disappointed, always going back for the Prawn Mee with Pork Ribs (smallest at $6.80), dry and soup available.

Complemented with fried ngoh hiong, be sure to grab some crispy prawn โ€œcrackersโ€ as you slurp on those noodles!

And I dare call this โ€œfast foodโ€ because with their efficient operations, waiting time for the noodle and ngoh hiong never passes a 15 minute wait after ordering.

Quick tip - go around 2-3pm, I personally feel that the broth is the richest then. Oh, and theyโ€™re closed on Tuesdays!

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Flavourful broth and noodles cooked to perfection! Always craving for a bowl, especially during rainy days

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