Located within Beach Road Prawn Mee Eating House, we found East Coast Ngoh Hiang which is supposingly quite popular for their ngoh hiang selections. YumzYumz gave it a try and this is our food review for it.
Some might say this is chinese rojak (heard some friends saying it), but it isn’t chinese rojak. Chinese rojaks are something like what Rojak Popiah & Cockle makes. Anyway, with their array of choices, here are what we chose :
Prawn crackers at $1.80
x2 Beancurd skin at $2.20
x2 Prawn roll at $3.20
Ngoh hiang at $1.40
Fried yam at $1.10
Every item was deep fried, chopped up and served. But with any good fried food, the items didn’t taste oily, but rather, scrumptiously crispy and addictive.
Prawn crackers are usually the first item at any ngor hiang stall where we will feel overly oil filled. However, East Coast Ngoh Hiang definitely tasted otherwise.
Worth mentioning would be their ngoh jiang and prawn roll, where both tasted really similiar, but bits of chopped up prawns could be found in the prawn roll.
Finally, for any ngor hiang platter to taste good, there must be good sauces to go along with. That was definitely covered with their red sweet sauce (lighter colored version) and sweet chili sauce (darker colored version). Both sauces complimented every item on our ngor hiang platter.
At a total of $9.70 for 7 items selected, ngoh hiang at East Coast Ngoh Hiang is definitely a great choice for snacks any time of the day, and definitely a great side dish for some amazing prawn noodles as your main.
|Monday||7am – 4pm|
|Wednesday||7am – 4pm|
|Thursday||7am – 4pm|
|Friday||7am – 4pm|
|Saturday(Labour Day)||7am – 4pm|
|Sunday||7am – 4pm|
370/372 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428981