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Beach Road Prawn Noodles (East Coast)

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Beach Road Prawn Noodles is located at East Coast Road and it specializes in local cuisine.

Wed - Mon: 09:00 - 16:00

Closed: Tue

+65 63457196
$7 based on 47 submissions
Lunch (12 votes), Breakfast (5 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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Beach Road Prawn Mee to try

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/beach-road-prawn-mee-eating-house-prawn.html Beach Road Prawn Mee contrary to popular belief, is not located at Beach Road. It was still pretty crowded when we were there around 1-2 in the afternoon, and parking is definitely on first-come-first-serve basis around the private estates surrounding it. After wasting some time on the parking, next will be locating an empty table for dining. Concept is like a coffeehouse where you got to stand around and wait for an available table. Beach Road Prawn Mee Eating House has plenty of seats, occupying 2 shop houses in size. Turnaround can be quite fast with some patience. Queue processing is quite efficient and so is their food preparation. While they are famous for their Special Big Prawn Mee, they also provide options such as Pork Rib Mee and others. Serving is available in 3 sizes (small/medium/large). Special Prawn Mee with Bee Hoon ($8.80). Had actually wanted the big prawns but was told it was out-of-stock, and we had to settle for the medium-sized prawns. Ok, better than none. We also had the Prawn with Pork Ribs Mee ($5.80) in small-sized serving. For an average eater, I would recommend a ordering the small-sized serving portion, which is just nice for a meal. Generally I would prefer the soup base to be stronger in taste. The noodles are kind of soggy when it was served, thus losing a little of the firm texture. But disregarding the noodles and the soup, the prawns are still crunchy and also the pork rib is so soft and can literally lick the meat off the bones clean. Just right beside the Prawn Mee ordering queue, is another popular stall, Ngoh Hiang, a Chinese delicacy. It was quite ok, but I love their Ngoh Hiang most although it is not that crunchy. It is a little mushy to make it easier for chewing and is so flavorful. I do envy peeps living near popular food streets, and one of them is definitely East Coast Road. With such array of options to dine at, regardless at which time of the day, seems like a food haven for all! For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/beach-road-prawn-mee-eating-house-prawn.html

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• 14 Jun 2015 • 144 reviews • 5 followers

Beach Road Prawn Mee to try

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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/beach-road-prawn-mee-eating-house-prawn.html Beach Road Prawn Mee contrary to popular belief, is not located at Beach Road. It was still pretty crowded when we were there around 1-2 in the afternoon, and parking is definitely on first-come-first-serve basis around the private estates surrounding it. After wasting some time on the parking, next will be locating an empty table for dining. Concept is like a coffeehouse where you got to stand around and wait for an available table. Beach Road Prawn Mee Eating House has plenty of seats, occupying 2 shop houses in size. Turnaround can be quite fast with some patience. Queue processing is quite efficient and so is their food preparation. While they are famous for their Special Big Prawn Mee, they also provide options such as Pork Rib Mee and others. Serving is available in 3 sizes (small/medium/large). Special Prawn Mee with Bee Hoon ($8.80). Had actually wanted the big prawns but was told it was out-of-stock, and we had to settle for the medium-sized prawns. Ok, better than none. We also had the Prawn with Pork Ribs Mee ($5.80) in small-sized serving. For an average eater, I would recommend a ordering the small-sized serving portion, which is just nice for a meal. Generally I would prefer the soup base to be stronger in taste. The noodles are kind of soggy when it was served, thus losing a little of the firm texture. But disregarding the noodles and the soup, the prawns are still crunchy and also the pork rib is so soft and can literally lick the meat off the bones clean. Just right beside the Prawn Mee ordering queue, is another popular stall, Ngoh Hiang, a Chinese delicacy. It was quite ok, but I love their Ngoh Hiang most although it is not that crunchy. It is a little mushy to make it easier for chewing and is so flavorful. I do envy peeps living near popular food streets, and one of them is definitely East Coast Road. With such array of options to dine at, regardless at which time of the day, seems like a food haven for all! For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/beach-road-prawn-mee-eating-house-prawn.html
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• 17 May 2015 • 223 reviews • 5 followers

Beach Road Prawn Mee At East Coast Road Since 1986

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Full review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/beach-road-prawn-mee-at-east-coast-road-since-1986

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Who would have imagined that a humble prawn mee hawker stall about 25 years ago will evolve into a food empire today. With the ability of selling more than 100 bowls per hour during peak hours, this speaks volume of their food and service standards. Apart from sales, Beach Road Prawn Mee has retained the tradition of having NgohHiang kitchen along side. Check may like to check out Geylang Prawn Noodles too!
  So here we are during lunch time, but to our surprise, our orders came within a blink of an eye (10 minutes, but you get my drift). Is that all it takes to sell more than 100 bowls in an hour? The prawn broth was packed with seafood sweetness and balanced in taste, thumbs up for the umami taste! We had a couple of selections from the NgohHiang kitchen. The tofu was the kick a**! Soft and silky! Definitely worth the trip despite of the crowd. The only bane would be the scarcity of parking lots. I guess getting a booking ticket just for this legendary Prawn Mee is justifiable?
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• 25 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Best Prawn Mee!

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Eating can be an everyday chore, or an everyday enjoyment, depending on the taste of the food. The prawn mee here will definitely be the latter. The soup has sweet prawn flavour, and the prawns are quite big in size. Definitely worth visiting as frequently as possible!
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