There is always a snakey queue at this coffee shop within Ang Mo Kio heartlands, where everyone waits patiently for their Lor Mee or Prawn Noodles. We tried their prawn noodles and here is our review.
The prawns were fresh and medium sized, and you get 3 of these for the standard $4 bowl. The meaty fatty chunks of pork were a delight.
And together with the crunchy pork lards, every bite was an explosion of flavour in the mouth.
The prawn broth was deep and intense, as if prawns were jumping around in our mouth. Adding a small slice of chili padi adds so much depth to it, you will be begging for another bowl.
However, do not expect anything out of the norm for it is really traditional, or some might say “old school”. But they do make a supposingly traditional prawn noodles kickass awesome.
To top it off, the auntie at the front seems to know every recurring customer, speaks to them all candidly, and remembers their “usuals”. Nothing beats great customer relations.
Bad attitude undermines any good food, no matter how awesome it taste. And in this case, they really gets all the positive ticks checked.
Fresh prawns, tenderlicious pork chunks, intense prawn broth, at $4 a bowl. No wonder the queue is always long. Do cater for at least 10 minutes to get your prawn noodles fix here at 338 Ang Mo Kio.
|Monday||6:30am – 1pm|
|Tuesday||6:30am – 1pm|
|Wednesday||6:30am – 1pm|
|Friday||6:30am – 1pm|
|Saturday||6:30am – 1pm|
|Sunday||6:30am – 1pm|
338 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 560338