505 Beach Road
#01-59 Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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09:30am - 08:30pm

09:30am - 08:30pm

09:30am - 08:30pm

09:30am - 08:30pm

09:30am - 08:30pm

09:30am - 08:30pm


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Each portion comes with a prawn, spare ribs, hard boiled egg, fish cake, tau pok, Chung Cheng’s signature chilli sauce that is also available for sale and a bowl of herbal soup. I was expecting some fresh prawns but they use frozen prawn that are crunchy. The pork ribs were tender and fell off the bone easily. The chilli was savoury and spicy with hints of prawn paste. The level of spiciness was alright at the start but as I was halfway through it, my tongue couldn't take it that I had to take a break and get some drink 》$4

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While it looks like a regular bowl of dry prawn noodle, what sets it apart is the homemade chilli that’s generously piled atop. The spice gradually creeps up on you with every bite, since every bit of the noodles were well coated with the chili paste. That said, the spice is definitely still manageable! ⁣

It comes with a whole variety of ingredients like bean sprouts, pork ribs, prawns, tau pok, fishcakes, and slices of hard boiled egg. Love how they paid attention to the ingredients too, with the pork ribs being tender and soft, while in contrast, the prawns were crunchy and fresh! Accompanying it on the side is a tasty bowl of herbal soup which could helped ease the spiciness for those who have a lower tolerance to spice. ⁣

They are located at Golden Mile Food Centre, which is likely to close for renovations from Dec 2020 till Mar 2021 so hurry down to give them a try!

It’s not your regular prawn noodles for sure. Love the chili and generous serving. Value for money!

This was one of the things I grew up eating before I became a foodie. I've returned to Golden Mile umpteen times since but never patronised them. I never knew they served mee kia and mee pok, but I decided on thick beehoon, which was a mistake. The magic of chilli mee is coating your noodles with the sauce, and thick beehoon is too slippery. Otherwise, they use good prawns and pork ribs, but the tau pok was meaningless.

Chilli Mee (Medium: $4):
Ordered kway teow dry, comes with prawns and pork ribs and of course their famous home made chilli sauce which packed a punch !!! Not for the faint hearted, but if you are someone who can take spicy food well.. you will definitely love it!

So good that u kept wanting to come back over n over again. $4 (w/ pork ribs). Be warned: spiciness nt for the faint hearted