Review: Bak Kut Prawn Noodle (Singapore)

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Marine Parade Central Food Centre Singapore

Bak Kut Prawn Noodle

does various prawn mee combos with choice of noodles in soup or dry versions. Quite ordinary.


Prawn Mee

Bak Kut Prawn Noodle does various prawn mee combos with choice of noodles in soup or dry versions. Seen above is their regular dry version of prawn mee with mee kia noodles.

This prawn mee comes with fish cake slices, pork slices and prawns served in a bowl of tossed noodles. A bowl of soup is included on the side.

The fish cake, pork slices and prawns are all of the regular type. The fish cake is soft and springy and the pork is meaty. The mee kia noodles comes with some bean sprouts and is fairy springy. The noodles is tossed in a mixture of fried shallots, crispy lard pieces and chilli. Flavours are decent. As for the soup, you can actually taste the prawn shells used in the soup. Flavours are decent but not intense.

Overall, this prawn mee is quite ordinary but still a decent one.


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