Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles

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Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles

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Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee
No. 2 Jalan Ayer (Opposite Kallang MRT )

Tel: 67482488

Operating Hours : 8am - 3.30pm (Closed on Tuesday)


Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee, located in a small coffee shop just opposite Kallang MRT station.
It is always packed with customers during lunch time, finding an empty table can be difficult.
They uses the order-and-pay system too, so you have to locate a table before placing your order.

We ordered both the $5 and $10 prawn noodle just to see the difference.
The $5 bowl was a disappointment.
They served shelled small prawns, similar to those we have at kopi tiam.
Taste so so and will rate this as expensive.

The $10 serving looks okay.
The broth was appetizing but it's slightly on the salty side.
The noodles immersed in the soup full of fragrance from the prawns.
However ... I find the prawns kinda small and not very fresh. ::x:

The only thing I am happy with is ... parking is hassle free.
There are parking lots right in front of the shop. :lol:


dBilicious Index : 2.5/5


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Re: Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles

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The first thing I always notice about prawn noodle is the prawn, whether they're sliced in halves or not. I hate it when they do that. :mad: Sure it looks like there are many prawns swimming in the soup but the juiciness of the prawns is all gone. :( It does seem kind of pricey for that amount of serving so I guess it must excel in taste or something else. But from your review, it doesn't look too promising. 0.o

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if i may recommend prawn noodles......try..

Prawn noodle soup : Old airport road , Whitley Road Big Prawn Mee. * Have not tried the Novena Branch though.
The soup is very nice :) and its heavenly!

Prawn noodle dry : Owen Road Food centre * Wah Kee Prawn Noodle*....Try the mee pok dry. Shiok.Soup not bad...
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Re: Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles

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dBs™ wrote: Food Index : 2.5/5
dBs maybe you should have some comments for your food index?

Eg Food Index, 1 - Try this when you have nothing else to 吃 :cry:
5 - Absolutely Delicious ! A Must Try !!
Etc

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1 - Don't Eat It ... You Might Get Food Poisoning
2 - Give me Pocky Anytime

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Re: Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles

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Right on Keisuke, that's a nice idea. :nod:

Tere ... it's Pocky time ! :lol:

1/5 - I'll rather eat Pocky . ;)


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