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We know there're several famous prawn noodles in Singapore - Wah Kee (Pek Kio), Da Dong (Joo Chiat), Hoe Nam River South (Tai Thong Crescent), Albert Street (Old Airport), Whitley Road (Old Airport), Beach Road (East Coast), Blanco Court (Beach Road), 545 Whampoa (Tekka), Jalan Sultan (Kallang), Fresh Taste Big Prawn (Zion Road), and Noo Cheng (Adam Road). I've tried them all, because out of all hawker we have, prawn noodles was my favorite hawker food.
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But notice that these are mostly in the East area of Singapore. For North/Northeast dwellers like myself, I look to Blanco Prawn Noodle at Jalan Kaya, or Geylang Prawn Noodle at Upper Paya Lebar Road.
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In terms of style, it's similar to Beach Road, Jalan Sultan and Blanco Court, although this is less robust. Prawns are fresh, and you can choose from other pork ingredients such as pig's tail and pork ribs. You can also order fried 虾饼 from the stall within the same coffee shop.
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If you stay in the East, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to good (and better) prawn mee. But this is a good alternative if the East is too far for you.
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327 Upper Paya Lebar Road
Singapore 534957

Mon to Sat - 8:30am to 8pm
Sun - 8am to 5pm
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