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    Spicy Encounter with Ah Bee Fried Prawn Noodle at Fengshan Market & Food Centre

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    Embarking on a culinary journey often leads us to hidden gems that surprise and delight in equal measure. On this occasion, our taste buds ventured into the bustling Fengshan Market & Food Centre, where Ah Bee Fried Prawn Mee stands as a beacon for noodle aficionados. With its intriguing take on Fried Prawn Noodle, this modest hawker stall has sparked conversations and tantalized palates. Join us as we unravel the layers of this dish, offering both satisfaction and longing.

    Choosing Your Feast: The Portion Dilemma

    At Ah Bee Fried Prawn Mee, you’re faced with an appetizing decision: opt for a $5 serving or upgrade to $6 for an extra heap of goodness. We went for the $5 option, pleasantly surprised by the ample portion that promised a filling experience without straining the wallet.

    Delving into the Heart of the Dish: Prawns and Pork Belly

    Each $5 serving greets you with two medium-sized prawns. Though not the pinnacle of freshness, these sea gems contribute a maritime essence to the meal. The accompanying slices of pork belly are the true heroes—tender, flavorful, and a testament to the stall’s culinary prowess. Yet, it’s in the ensemble of ingredients where the dish truly begins to sing.

    Noodling Through: A Texture in Limbo

    The Fried Prawn Noodle at Ah Bee treads a delicate line between dry and wet, veering towards a drier persona. This unique characteristic sets it apart, though the noodles themselves seemed to whisper rather than shout, missing the robust wok hei, egg, and garlic notes that define the greatest of its kind.

    A Missed Symphony: The Broth’s Lament

    For a dish named after prawns, one anticipates a broth rich with their essence, guiding each bite. Unfortunately, an overpowering alkaline lye taste muddled the expected maritime symphony, leaving a yearning for the depth and sweetness that could have been.

    The Surprise Elements: Chili and Squid Rings

    The chili accompanying the noodles was nothing short of sensational—fiery, vibrant, and elevating the dish to new heights. It complemented the noodles exquisitely, adding a layer of excitement to each forkful. Equally impressive were the squid rings, silky and tender, a rare delight that stood in stark contrast to the oft-found rubbery counterparts.

    Culinary Reflections: A Journey of Flavours

    Ah Bee Fried Prawn Mee serves as a vibrant thread in the fabric of Singapore’s culinary landscape, reminding us of the joy found in the simplicity and diversity of food. While the noodle dish may not have reached the zenith of culinary excellence, it brought to the table an array of textures and tastes that spoke of potential and pleasure.

    Ah Bee Fried Prawn Mee Opening Hours and Location

    11 am – 2 pm, 4pm – 10 pm Daily

    Address: 85 Bedok North Street 4, #01-43 Fengshan Market & Food Centre, Singapore 460085

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