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235 Jalan Kayu
Singapore 799459

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07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm


07:00am - 04:00pm

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One of my favorite prawn mee stores. Soup is so flavourful and can really taste that the soup has been simmered for hours. Had the dry version, which was super tasty! The pork ribs are fall-off-the-bone tender, while the prawn was just decent, not very meaty. Overall a hearty meal that left me asking for another bowl of soup! ☺️

Note: Location tag is off. Should be the one at Jalan Kayu called Blanco Prawn Noodle House.

Nothing beats a bowl of prawn broth and delicious prawn fritters (Ngoh Hiang) for breakfast.

Just that they didn't have smaller size prawn options). The ngor Hiang chilli had a funny smell though. I think I still prefer my MacPherson lao zhong zhong anytime 😄 #burpple #burpplesg #burpplesghawkerfare

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Dried version of Jumbo Prawn Noodles.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/jalan-kayu/


Prawns, pork rib and tail in a bowl of excellent prawn noodles. This stall is one of the top 4 prawn noodles eateries in Singapore. Though its at the far end of the land but it draws constant crowd especially on weekends. Really yummy yummy yum yum yum. Posted by Ah Leong San 2016 May 13


Inspired while chatting with some of you about the crab broth of Keisuke Kani King, and in line with the #uncagestreetfood campaign, I took a photo of this prawn noodle at Jalan Kayu while visiting a friend there.

It takes a lot of effort to cook a good bowl of prawn mee, the soup is prepared by boiling copious amount of prawn heads and shells for several hours. Some may first fry these heads in order to extract every essence out of it. I prefer those stalls that serve their noodles with jumbo prawns, not because I like to eat them, but because boiling these prawns typically result in a more potent soup.
This is Blanco Prawn Noodles. Is it a spin-off from the Blanco Court Prawn Noodles? They actually belong to the same family, together with Beach Road Prawn Noodles as well.. All the famous ones..
Prawn noodles is one of my favorite local food. But after seeking out many different prawn noodles all over Singapore, Blanco is not one of my favourite even though it's really umami and crustacean. But I'll come here more often than the others because there's no queue, location is convenient for me, and it's nestled along the charming shophouses of Jalan Kayu which I'm sure would look really good in black and white photos.
I had a pretty long post on prawn noodles (first written 3 years ago but reposted in Nov 2015) on my stagnated blog. The link is in my bio, but sadly the photos had disappeared.

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