Order the king prawn noodles and you will not regret. The soup is rice and nice (little MSG) and the prawns are fresh. Prices are affordable too.
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I usually go to this place on Sundays for family lunch and the food down there is amazing like when I mean amazing I mean literallly amazing the prawns are so fresh and delicious would highly recommend this place for both breakfast and lunch
Not the friendliest place in Singapore, but.....they make up for it with flavour and taste. The bowl was amazing. BRING YOUR OWN TISSUES!!! The place was packed and ordering was quite simple as the menu is straight forward, 3-4 choices and 3 sizes. Make no mistake, this is a must go when in Singapore.
Very delicious Prawn Noodles. We feel that it is a little over-priced. Service not very friendly. Very crowded, warm & long wait during lunch time.
Had breakfast here on Dec 25, 2016. Staff courteous and helpful. Go for the Jumbo Prawn Mee with the white rice noodles. The place opens at 7.30 am, even weekends. 10 mins from airport.
It's probably the most infamous prawn mee in Singapore. All the other review already says a lot about how it taste. Now here's a few tips for first timers: 1. The line will be crazy during lunch time, avoid regular lunch time if possible. Have an early or late lunch. 2. If you're visiting with a friend, ask them to... More
This morning visited Beacb Road Prawn Noodles Eating House located along East Coast Road oppisite Caltex Station near junction of Still Road. Limited parking space along Telok Kurau Road (near Peranakan Hotel). 3 minutes walk to the shop. Find a table before proceeding to cashier counter to place order with table number. Make payment and await food to be served.... More
We were staying at a hotel near this area and were out exploring when we found this place. We remembered that relatives had taken us there a couple of years ago. So we tried it again. I enjoyed the dish very much, but my wife, originally from Singapore, felt it wasn't traditional enough. She felt the soup base was too... More
Its a large kopitiam with not much more than prawn noodles and ngor hiang. Service is prompt, turnover is quick, with large local clientele and efficient staff
This is the local prawn noodle joint in the eastern part of Singapore. Not your typical clean air-conditioned restaurant; guests eat in the open air. Tables and floor could be dirty, with occassional flies. But the soup is tasty and prawn served in large portion. Sometimes popular with expats living nearby and the courageous tourists. No subway station. Reacheable by... More