243 Beach Road
Singapore 189754

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07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

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Ordered the $5.80 for for mixed pork ribs and prawn mee. The queue is insanely long when I was there during the lunch crowd but it's worth a try! The ngoh hiang stall next door is good too as it doesnt come with an oily aftertaste!

Had a craving for this ever-popular prawn mee and ordered their prawn and pork ribs noodles ($5.90).
Their highlight is of course their intensenly concentrated prawn broth, with that mouth-watering murkiness. But I wanted to try the dried noodles.
The dried noodles were actually really good too. The noodles achieved the right amount of firmness and chewiness, whilst the chili was absolutely flavourful and robust, also delivering a strong potent kick of heat. Topped with some fragrant shallots and pork lard, the crunchiness of these components brought out a delightful mix of textures.
The pork ribs were also immaculately cooked to a crazily satisfying tenderness. The prawns though, were decent but nothing special. It is really a great bowl of prawn mee, and you can understand the crowd it draws.

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This has to be the best prawn mee in Singapore. Robust flavours and sweet, firm prawns will surely give you an explosion of flavours in your mouth. The soup was packed full of prawn-y goodness and has a depth of flavour.

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Was tempted to try the Jumbo Prawn Noodles 珍宝虾面 (option 2; $8.80/$10.80), but at almost double the price & it being my first time here, I opted for the simpler "normal" Prawn Noodles 虾面 (option 7; $4.80/5.80) bowl-- large sized, of course.

The ratio of prawns to noodles are pretty off. I had so much noodles remaining (#carbloading) but I guess it was okay because they were good non-soggy noodles. Soup was delicious too. After you place your order, your food gets delivered to you, so be sure to have your table number ready when you order at the counter.

They also serve options with pork ribs & /or pig tails, but that's not my kind of thing. Full on prawns for me! Will try the Jumbo Prawn Noodles next time.


Honestly, I enjoy my Prawn Mee dry. Which I know to some people it’s a cardinal sin. But how can you resist crispy pork lard, oil, chilli powder, chilli padi, fried scallions all mixed together. You still get all the essentials like the prawn mee soup and the prawns. Well, taste is subjective and everyone is their own critic anyway. .
I’ve tried a handful of famous prawn mee around Singapore and the best is still Beach Road Prawn Mee at East Coast Road. What they did right was the stock which was sublime. I reckon nobody knows who started to pair Ngor Hiang and Prawn Mee, but that person should be knighted.


The soup was sweet, but I feel lack of prawn flavoured.
After I read, I found out that it’s similar taste to Singapore traditional Prawn Mee not Penang version.
The prawn was fresh though.
It’s good, but I still prefer Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee for soup version..
📍Blanco Court Prawn Mee.
243/245 Beach Road #01-01.