B was hankering for a bowl of prawn mee soup, so we headed to East Coast Road.
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.
It’s not the same without the chilli powder.
If you like it extra spicy there’s red chillies as well.
It’s quite well ventilated inside this huge coffeeshop.
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.
Beach Road Prawn Mee Noodle House
370 East Coast Road
Tel: +65 6345 7196
Daily: 8am – 4pm
(Closed on Tue)
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 😉
I am such a sleepy head…don’t think I could wake up that early, but it sounds like a good plan 🙂
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