Review: Fort Canning Big Prawn Noodle (Singapore)

Fort Canning Big Prawn Noodle: Prawn Mee with Tobiko Prawn Balls & Assorted Ngo Hiang

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Fort Canning Big Prawn Noodle

is a chain stall offering a selection of prawn mee. Ngo hiang is available too. Quite satisfying.

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Prawn Mee

Fort Canning Big Prawn Noodle offers a selection of prawn mee and big prawn mee.. Above is their regular prawn mee with tobiko prawn balls. It comes with decent sized prawns, tobiko prawn balls, pork belly slices and pig skin, served with yellow noodles in a bowl of nicely flavoured soup. Some crispy pork lard is added as toppings.

The prawn is of decent sized and tastes rather fresh. The tobiko prawn ball has nicely flavoured prawn paste containing bits of prawn meat. The soft and tender pork belly is thinly sliced, and has some fatty parts. The pig skin is soft and smooth. As for the yellow noodles, it is firm and springy. There is no bean sprouts or vegetables though.

This bowl of prawn mee is actually quite satisfying.

Ngo Hiang

An assortment of ngo hiang is available as well. Above is their ngo hiang, crispy prawn cracker, fried tofu, fish cake and sausage with a serving of chilli sauce and sweet sauce.

The ngo hiang roll has a mildly crispy skin cotaining flavourful meaty filling with crunchy water chestnut bits. The crispy prawn cracker has a crispy flour batter containing tiny crispy prawns, and tastes not bad. The fried tofu is crispy outside, soft inside. The fish cake has nice fish flavours, has soft fish paste and a slightly crispy and chewy skin. The sausage is meaty with a slight note of sweet. A slightly sweet and savoury tasting chilli sauce, and a somewhat watery sweet sauce completes the set. Not bad.


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Fort Canning Big Prawn Noodle


Singapore 569933

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