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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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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

Love this stall ... the chilli sauce was unique, the ingredient was generous, and the price at SGD3-5 is a steal.

A unique noodle dish that features a delicious medley of prawns, pork ribs, sliced of hard-boiled egg and egg noodles doused in a flavorful yet tongue-burning chili sauce concoction, this chili mee is one that you should definitely try if you’re around Beach Road and looking for a satisfying meal.

It’s hard to describe the overall taste because there’s just so much going on with every single item executed very well, but all I can say is that you won’t regret it.

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It goes without saying that the star of this dish is their signature chilli sauce that had a mildly intense yet savoury taste to it. Top that up with fresh prawns and lean cuts of pork with yellow noodles and you got yourself an enjoyable dish.


4$ portion comes with pork ribs that were rather tender and marinated

Highlight got to be the chili sauce that had a burning heat yet was rather sweet and savoury. It was redolent of a sambal but quite significantly different at the same time. Definitely deserving of a try if you can take the heat

Prawn was crunchy though there was only 1 for the 4$ portion

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If we’re at Golden Mile Food Centre, my first question to you would probably be, “have you had the Chilli Mee?" I like my order ($3/$4/$5) from Chung Cheng Chilli Prawn Noodles #01-59 with a mix of yellow mee and beehoon. You've got dry noodles with pork ribs, prawns, taupok, fishcake and hard boiled egg topped with their signature chilli sauce to thoroughly toss. It's a secret recipe made from the usual suspects like belacan, dried shrimps, garlic and onions. Tuck into a mouthful that tastes mildly spicy and slightly sweet, with fresh prawns that are crunchy and firm. Chew into lean cuts of pork that are especially tender with a lingering aftertaste of five-spice powder. Gulp down some prawn mee soup served complimentary to finish this meal that's best with wet weather.