Beach Road Prawn Noodle Soup (at East Coast Road)

B was hankering for a bowl of prawn mee soup, so we headed to East Coast Road.

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It’s really difficult to get a parking lot here, but it’s better not to risk a parking fine by parking at an illegal spot. So we wait a bit. People eat quite fast and it’s usually office workers who need to rush back to work. So if you wait, soon enough you’ll get a parking space.

The prawns are huge and not de-shelled so it can get quite messy. That’s when tissues come in handy and I never leave home without them.

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It’s not the same without the chilli powder.

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If you like it extra spicy there’s red chillies as well.

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It’s quite well ventilated inside this huge coffeeshop.

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It’s a really popular, and prices have escalated from S$5 to S$8.80, which is quite a big jump. Doesn’t seem to deter any of the patrons whom I am sure are regulars. B felt that the standard had dropped slightly, but I was easily satisfied with the spicy soup.

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Beach Road Prawn Mee Noodle House
370 East Coast Road
Singapore
Tel: +65 6345 7196
Opening Hours
Daily: 8am – 4pm
(Closed on Tue)

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3 Responses to Beach Road Prawn Noodle Soup (at East Coast Road)

  1. Lady J says:

    They open really early in the morning. I head there for breakfast on weekdays at about 7am to beat the crowds. Might be a thought 😉

  2. Pingback: Authentic Singapore Experience: Local Style Brunch at Beach Road Prawn Noodle House | White as milk

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