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    Default best prawn mee in sg?

    tried the one at pahang street(beach road) yesterday.
    pretty good

    where else?
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    Originally posted by Cherlyn
    tried the one at pahang street(beach road) yesterday.
    pretty good

    where else?
    Oh you talking about fried ones??

    Others:
    Toa Payoh (hawker centre opposite Philips factory).
    Chomp Chomp (serangoon gardens).

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    must try the old airport road one...nice...yummy king some more.....

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    stop stop stop!!!! hungry already........

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    the one i'd is the soupy type!
    *wuvs* the soup!!
    had to ask for a second serving of soup :-p

    i think the haig road hawker centre also has
    quite a few stalls tt sell yum yum food?

    probably not as many as those at old airport road!

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    Originally posted by shaann
    must try the old airport road one...nice...yummy king some more.....
    Which one? Which one? Wait...I'm allergic to prawns...

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    if u like the soupy type, u can find them at old airport road.....wow the soup is delicious boy...full of prawns taste...one sip u oradi know u cant resists...and with the big big prawns...wow man...and hor, the beehoon is those clear noodles..u know the laksa type...wow chewy and yummy, unlike those yellow noodle...stinky...so must head down to old airport road...got other yummy king stalls there...got fish head beehoon lah, got rojak lah.....yum yum....kokokkook somebody is feeling hungry liao....

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    To me the best soup prawn noodles is at Geylang near Kallang MRT and near the bus interchange. They also sell Ngor Hiang. Closed on Tuesdays!!! best!!!

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    ya ya....that one oso nice...wow somehow the prawn noodles goes well with the ngor hiang hor..i oso like that one...yum yum....hey, i cant concentrate on my work liao...keep thinking abt FOOODDD!!!!....

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    there's one stall at margaret drive
    very nice fried hokkien prawn mee....
    oso got a fried kway teow stall sedap niah...

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    That's one in Chinatown call "something smething Big Prawn Noodle" one, very shrimpy taste and you know what? Their prawns are BIG!

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    How about the one at KeyPoint and Lavender Food Court? The Prawn Mee Soup is good.

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    Originally posted by dRe
    How about the one at KeyPoint and Lavender Food Court? The Prawn Mee Soup is good.
    Used to patronise the Big Prawn shop along East Coast Road, further up from the famous Katong Laksa heading towards Bedok.

    Not too sure if it's still there. Anyone tried that or can verify if it's still there?

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    Yeah thatshop along East Coast Rd is still there, opposite the Caltex Station. Really power, all the people flood into it everyday especially weekends.

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    jurong east the food court also got a stall quite famous on prawn noodle

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