31 Tai Thong Crescent
Singapore 347859

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06:30am - 04:30pm

06:30am - 04:30pm

06:30am - 04:30pm


06:30am - 04:30pm

06:30am - 04:30pm

06:30am - 04:30pm

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Broth is really good. Prawns are fresh and sweet. Limited choices as it was already 1+pm so we could only choose yellow noodles. They were sold out by 2pm though their opening hours state till 2.30pm on Sundays. Worth a try if you are in the area.

On this prawn noodles, there were five ingredients you can choose from: prawns, pork ribs, pig intestines, razor clams, pigs tail. Prices also vary according to the size of the prawns you choose. I like the sweetness of the soup, derived from both the prawns and pork ribs. I can appreciate the authenticity of the soup, though it was leaning towards being more "porky", and less "prawny".
But the best part is that you can dabao ngoh hiang guan chang from Lao Zhong Zhong opposite, and eat with the prawn noodles here. People have been doing it for years, and so far no complaints from the noodles owners :)

Definitely a good bowl of prawn mee albeit the long wait (nearly 30 min after placing our orders at 10am on a Saturday morn??) 😥😥 Prawn mee is the only time I eat yellow noodles and did enjoy the beehoon and yellow mee tossed in dry sambal sauce that definitely had a good kick! 💥💥 Prawn broth was nice but could have been richer in flavour, and did appreciate the good portions (small comes with 2 prawns 2 pork ribs, medium with 3:3 and large with 4:4 respectively). Nice place to have breakfast/lunch cause apparently the day time cook > night time cook 🤭🤭

PLS u have to try this the prawn noodles r so flavourful and I always always order the dry clam noodles version just bc I love how it’s chewy and goes well w the robust prawn broth. Been eating here since I was a kiddo n there’s a reason it’s still my fav prawn noodles

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Soup was extremely sweet, which is right up my alley. I very much prefer this to Jalan Sultan and Beach Road prawn mee. Not for those who prefer more savory bases.

For me, a new job always means new lunch buddies and naturally lunch spots I have yet to explore. Thus, the placement brought me to River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles.

Slightly spiced, the briny broth was key with the distinctive sweetness of the shellfish taking centre stage. Though it was not overly robust; the savoury, medium bodied soup delivered a balanced punch of umami flavours in my opinion. Sticking to the standard order of Big Prawn Noodles ($5), I was also pleasantly surprised by the options available like abalone clam, baby abalone and various innards, just to name a few. The sizable prawns were firm and meaty with a springy crunch. I too, liked the fact that the prawns were partially de-shelled, leaving only the head and tip on for easy consumption. Topped with aromatic fried shallots, the yellow noodles were cooked to al dente perfection and completed the bowl of steamy shiokness.