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Review: Hae Mee (Prawn noodle)

I think I don't eat prawn noodle soup often enough. Maybe because it goes hand in hand with pork, just like ramen, it was never a dish that was top of mind.

Once in a while though, like yesterday, I would order it quite randomly.  And enjoy it.

Found in the coffeeshop just across my home, the bowl of prawn noodles (not with the traditional yellow noodle, but with kway teow, just the way I like it) reminded me delicious food can be simple, and inexpensive.

Rich stock, fresh prawns (all five of them), crunchy kang kong and bean sprouts, generous slices of fish cake, smooth and slippery rice noodles and no pork. All for S$ 3. Perfect combination; I would not ask for more.





While you are there, try the beef noodle stall if you like this dish (Cheng Kee Beef Kway Teow); apparently quite famous and I saw a long queue. 

I believe both noodle stalls open only for lunch.  For dinner, the fish steamboat / tze char stall would be the principal crowd drawer, with the rojak and western food stalls getting a bit of peripheral business.
 
I love my neighbourhood !

Coffeeshop at:
Block 203 Hougang Street 21, Singapore 530203



Comments

m said…
this is my neighbourhood and my favourite hawker centre! I'll try this because I love prawn mee :) the crazy long queue for the 'black bowl' laksa/bak chor mee is quite good too!

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