320 Shunfu Road
#02-11 Shunfu Mart
Singapore 570320

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06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

06:00am - 03:00pm

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From the Burpple community

This still holds a special place in my heart.

Thick QQ kwey Teow with lots and lots and lots of fried crisp lard , wicked home made chilli , fresh prawns and lean pork.

Even when packed home - it still tastes soooo good .

One added plus point - Service is brisk and fast 👍

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Excellent homemade lard and shallot oil , homemade ,sambal chilli , fresh prawns and lean pork slices .

One of the few places that use a thicker width kwey Teow which I love .

Accompanied with a tasty prawn broth .

Simple , old school but so satisfying .

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I ordered the dry version Prawn Noodles $3 with chilli. Although the broth and prawns hit the right notes, I felt that the chilli was lacking in terms of fragrance as it was just spicy with no hint of sambal fragrance in it. The prawns were fresh as they were firm and sweet. As for the broth which was cooked with pork and prawns, it was tasty with a subtle umami flavour.

While this bowl of prawn noodles may not be at the forefront among the best prawn noodle stalls, it is worth a try, if you are looking for one which is old school with resemblance to home cooked food. I suspect that it would be more appreciated by the older generation, as the younger generation may not like this, as they may fancy the likes of Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle more (big prawns, robust soup).

Read more: http://foodiefc.blogspot.com/2018/07/quan-ann-prawn-mee-shunfu-food-centre.html

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Classic bowls of prawn mee.
Added chilli, ketchup and savoury sauce.
Full body soup on the side.
Busy slurping the thick yellow noodles, really overcome the crave.


Don't expect the kind of sinful Prawn Head flavour that comes with those dark brown soups. This bowl of goodness from Quan Ann Prawn Mee 全安蝦麵 (#02-11) has a lighter broth than what I am used to, but still refreshing- & probably slightly healthier also (don't quote me tho lol). Infinitely better than the tasteless "healthier choice" Tiong Bahru Market Prawn Mee that I queued 20 mins for.

A regular bowl is priced at $3, but we upsized to a $5 bowl & I guess my bottomless pit of a stomach served me well, because I ate so many prawns (everyone else was so full, nobody wanted to continue eating) & tender pork slices..... I even nicked some from our neighbouring Burpple table because #dontwaste #buibuitotherescue. So yes, this is testament to how much I enjoyed this.

As Amanda showed us around the market after we were done gobbling our food (this was our 2nd stop on her #TastyTastemakerTour), she pointed out that these 2 stalls sell out pretty quick, so come in the mornings to get your fix. True enough, when we were walking around, they were actually closed already 😲


Slurp-worthy pork rib broth with a hint of prawns covers every spoonful of well tossed kway teow & yellow mee with crunchy bits of bean sprouts, lean meat & prawns. Throw in a few small bits of chilli padi & you've got yourself a good warm spicy bowl of goodness.