89 Killiney Road
Singapore 239534

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10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

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Went to this place cos of foodk**g videos. But honestly this dish is very mediocre. It’s expensive 20$ for a plate of fried noodles but it’s really not worth the hype. I was really excited but it was quite disappointing.

Noodles are overly soggy and chilli also just okok. The prawns were fresh but the flavour is quite dense and lacking wokhey.

May return to try the soup version but will not try this dry one again.

Verdict: 2.5/5

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So good I can taste it in my dreams! Upgraded version of hawker centre prawn mee - loved the little touches like how they used the traditional Chinese blue and white bowl that keeps the soup hot. Must order their side dish salted egg chicken! 😍 Worthwhile bowl for a rainy day.

One of the best fried prawn mees I have tried. Noodles are bursting with flavour and they give you 2 big crunchy prawns. Heard that the gravy is reduced with pork skin, making it smooth and tasty. They were really generous with the lard. It is served with a small bowl of (refillable) soup, which was pretty normal. We ordered 3 portions ($16.80 each). Also ordered a prawn pancake in bean curd skin and a large portion of spicy chicken wings. The sides were fine but nothing to rave about. Bill came up to about $83 for 4pax - a little pricey

Pains me to say, but their signature dish seems to have lost its luster. The bee hoon felt a little limp, pork slices were tough and and prawns overcooked. Wok hei was still there but not as much oomph as before. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still tasty, but at its current price tag, a little hard to justify.


Fried Prawn Noodle
Return visit after a long while to @dashijiabigprawnmee . Loved this even before it went up on food king but sadly, I have to say that it has somewhat lost some of its charm. The wokhei is no longer as impressive and the prawns while huge are overcooked. Hope it was just an off day.

The basic prawn mee goes for around 6 bucks which is pretty decent for a meal in town.

The soup was very nice and balanced with enough prawny umami. The chilli when mixed into the soup adds more savory notes to the soup, and is interesting. However it could do wirh a slight bit more porky sweetness in it.

Order the 虾枣here! Truly a highlight