Hawker Eats × Hae Mee 虾面 🦐

Hawker Eats × Hae Mee 虾面 🦐

Featuring Beach Road Prawn Mee Eating House, Bukit Merah View Market & Hawker Centre, Blanco Court Prawn Noodle, Sumo Big Prawn Noodle (Ang Mo Kio 628 Market), Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle (Esplanade Mall), Da Dong Prawn Noodles, Geylang East Centre Market & Food Corner, Chung Cheng Chilli Mee (Golden Mile), Albert Street Prawn Noodle (Old Airport Road), Whitley Road Big Prawn Noodle (Old Airport Road)
Triffany Lim
Triffany Lim

Chanced upon this prawn noodle stall with a long queue during my visit to Pek Kio food centre and decided to join the queue. There was already a long queue early in the morning before the sun was up.

The basic bowl of prawn noodles includes prawns, lean meat, fishcake and bean sprout with a choice of noodle which I chose to have a mix of bee hoon and yellow noodle.

The prawns were fresh and juicy which complemented the noodles with spicy and tasty chilli sauce. The dry version comes with a small bowl of broth that is slightly herbal, sweet and rich in flavour. Perhaps it’s worth another try for their soup version on another visit 》$3

The prawn and pork ribs noodle comes with 3 halve prawns and 3pcs of pork ribs in the same prawn broth. The broth is so good that I have always been ordering their prawn noodles in soup and I have never tried the dry version before》$6

Similar prawn noodles as the one at Beach Road (same family empire), they all have a similarity of selling prawn noodles with a ngoh hiang stall within the shop.

I ordered the standard prawn noodle with thick bee hoon that came with 6 halves of prawns in their robust and savoury prawn broth that was achieved from long hours of boiling. The prawns were cut in halves for easy removal but they tend to stick this time round but I do feel that the prawns were quite fresh and juicy.

Overall a comfortable and hearty meal around my hood. Somewhere I will visit when I’m craving for some prawn noodles yet lazy to spend time travelling out of my hood 》$6

Each bowl of noodles comes with peeled prawns, kang kong and bean sprouts tossed in homemade chilli sauce then topped with shallot oil and pork lard 》$4

The prawns were really fresh and I was lucky to get bits of leftover pork ribs for free when their pork ribs were sold out for the day. The pork ribs were tender and added more flavour to my bowl of prawn noodles. I noticed the soup served with their dry version was richer than the soup version. Their homemade chilli sauce was a little too spicy for me to handle. I was trying very hard to finish my bowl of noodles halfway through it 🥵

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This stall has only two items on the menu - prawn noodles or pork ribs prawn noodles. The pork ribs prawn noodle soup comes with pork ribs, peeled prawns, kang kong and bean sprouts soaked in broth. Both the pork ribs and prawns did not disappoint. The prawns were very fresh, pork ribs were super tender and the broth is light with umami flavours. I visited around lunch hour and barely made it for the last bowl of pork ribs noodles for the day 》$4

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A decent bowl of prawn noodle but the ingredients given was quite less considering we ordered the biggest portion that came with 4 halved prawns, slices of pork and fish cake then topped with fried shallots 》$4/Big

Hock Ann Prawn Noodle/Lor Mee | #01-36

Fresh and firm prawns with soft and tender pork ribs in a savoury prawn broth that is so hard to resist. While the normal prawn noodle has 6 halve prawns, the prawn and pork ribs noodle comes with 3 halve prawns and 3pcs of pork ribs 》$5.90

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I have been hopping around to try this family series of prawn noodle stalls run by different siblings. I found they do have a similarity like having a ngoh hiang stall within their shop but I have never once tried if they were good.

I ordered the normal prawn noodle that comes with 3 prawns (6 halves), kang kong, bean sprouts and pork lard. The prawns were fresh, firm and easily de-shelled. One thing I find myself going around to try their prawn noodles was for their robust and savoury prawn broth achieved from long hours of boiling 》$5.90

3 pcs of halves prawns and pork ribs, accompanied with bean sprouts, kang kong and topped with fragrant fried shallots. As compared to the soup served with their dry version, this bowl of soup is not as gao (thick) but it's still flavourful and overloaded with umami goodness. Add some chilli powder to enhance some kick to the soup 》$6

Each bowl comes with 3 pcs of halves prawns and pork ribs, accompanied with bean sprouts, kang kong and topped with fragrant fried shallots. Go for the dry version if you want something spicy with an umami overloaded bowl of soup. The noodles are well coated with (not too spicy) chilli, pork ribs are soft, tender and fall off the bone. I also like the fried shallots used here which are slightly burnt while retaining the crunch and of course not forgetting the highlight of this dish - A bowl of very gao (thick) soup filled with umami goodness that lingers around and left me wanting more 》$6

If you are not a fan of pork ribs, they also serve the usual and normal prawn noodle for $4, big prawn noodle ranging from $5.50 to $9 or extra big prawn noodle for $13.80. Add-ons are also available at $1 per portion for pig skin or $2 per portion for pork ribs, pig intestine, lala or sliced abalone (5 pcs).

This has got to be the best prawn noodle nearest to home that makes me crave for more! Good things must wait so do expect a queue of about 30mins during peak hours or avoid the queue and go for a slightly earlier/later meal.

My type of comfort food on rainy days. The noodles are well cooked with a nice texture. Prawns were fresh and the broth was flavourful with a slight sweetness. The additional of fried shallots just made it even tastier 》$6/small

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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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