Review: Soon Lee Noodles (Singapore)

Soon Lee Noodles: Prawn Mee Soup

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Soon Lee Noodles

serves a small selection of prawn and pork rib noodles available in either dry or soup versions. Tastes ordinary.

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Prawn Mee

Soon Lee Noodles serves a small selection of prawn and pork ribs noodles. Above shows their prawn mee soup with yellow noodles chosen.

The prawn mee comes with prawns, fish cake slices and pork slices served with yellow noodles, bean sprouts and spring onions in a bowl of soup. The prawns are on the smaller size but tastes decent. The fish cake is soft and smooth, and the pork is firm and meaty. The soup is quite unremarkable and is somewhat lacking in flavours. Perhaps their dry version of prawn mee is a better choice.

Overall this prawn mee tastes ordinary.


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Soon Lee Noodles

Margaret Drive HC

Singapore 142038


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