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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 44 submissions
Lunch (11 votes), Breakfast (5 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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Best Prawn Mee!

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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• 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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• 24 Nov 2014 • 28 reviews • 0 follower

28 years and going strong

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My first visit in years, I was delighted to find their standards mantained. The broth is still as flavourful as ever, the prawns as succulent. $10.80 is steep for a bowl of prawn noodles, but for the quality of the broth and prawns it's more than worth my money. I don't know if it is the best prawn noodles in Singapore, but it's definitely way up the top.
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• 29 Oct 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Good in both soup and dry noodles

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Their soup base is thick with strong prawn essence. Unlike other places with very bland soup, this is THE place for real prawn soup noodle. Dry noodles come with small bowl of the soup to go with. There were enough halved prawns to keep me busy for a little while. I prefer thick white bee hoon with soup or dry yellow noodles.

Price is definitely steeper than normal prawn noodles shop in hawker or coffee shop, but I guess they really use alot of prawns. Even after price increase, the place is still pack.

We queue up to order like fast food chain, wait about 15mins during peak hours before  noodles are served in a very hurried way. Very little service to comment on.

You won't want to stay any longer at that place with people waiting for your seat. Nothing worth to stay longer either. It is just a place for quick and good prawn noodles.......and feel really thirsty after a while ;p






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