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Blanco Court Prawn Mee

Asian, Chinese, Local

91%100%

22 votes

63968464

Mon: 07:30 - 16:00

Wed - Sun: 07:30 - 16:00

Closed: Tue

$8 based on 12 reviews
Located at Beach Road, Blanco Court Prawn Mee is a coffee shop serving big prawn noodles. See what foodies like this place for
terentsu • 27 Apr 20143 reviews 0 followers

Stock is just nice. Prawns fresh, but only given 3 halves. Tail is nice. Ribs abit overcooked. Noodles alright. Settled for $10.80 a bowl cos they said smaller prawn soldout. Come early before lunch hours. Many tables but taken up fast.

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Lunch6 votes
  • Cheap Eat/Budget4 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy3 votes
  • Jumbo tiger prawn noodles (S$8/-)Jumbo tiger prawn noodles (S$8/-)
  • Ta daTa da
  • The menu which only has 4 thingsThe menu which only has 4 things
  • Sweet sauceSweet sauce
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terentsu • 27 Apr 20143 reviews 0 followers

Stock is just nice. Prawns fresh, but only given 3 halves. Tail is nice. Ribs abit overcooked. Noodles alright. Settled for $10.80 a bowl cos they said smaller prawn soldout. Come early before lunch hours. Many tables but taken up fast.

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Weekend Eat What • 17 Nov 201331 reviews 0 followers

For full review, please visit http://weekendeatwhatsg.blogspot.sg/2013/11/blanco-court-prawn-mee.html 
 
Have you ever eaten a bowl of perfect prawn mee? I found the perfect prawn mee at Blanco Court Prawn Mee.
 
Choose from a hearty bowl of jumbo prawn noodles ($8/$10) which had bigger tiger prawns, or the smaller prawns (with or without ribs) version that cost half the price ($4.50/$5.50). For those who are repulsive towards peeling the prawns with bare hands, Blanco Court is considerate enough to half the...

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make your calories count • 09 Jun 2013132 reviews 0 followers

For full review: http://makeyourcaloriescount.blogspot.sg/2013/06/sg-blanco-court-prawn-mee-beach-road.html 
 
Having moved from Xiamen to Singapore, this humble looking eatery had been serving its customers since 1928. This has been a place that I visit since young, probably due to the influence of my parents who are regular patrons and swear by the jumbo wild tiger prawns which seemingly nowhere else in Singapore seems to serve! My mum would even jokingly remarked 'dua chiak, ho chiak!' which in Hokkien meant big and tasty!
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Jumbo tiger prawn noodles (S$8/-)