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Seng Huat Prawn Noodle @ Telok Blangah Drive Food Centre成發虾面
“The queue at the prawn stall is quite long leh, looks good, I go and queue first.” My wife disappeared in a split of second and found herself right at the end of the queue. “But…..we just had the chye Teow Kway, wanton mee, fishball noodle and …..”, My pleas was simply ignored, nothing can ready stop my wife for the killing when come to good food.
Besides the popular prawn noodles, the stall apparently selling the fishball noodles as well but seems to be playing the back stage role.
We ordered the standard size of dry prawn noodles ($3.0) that served with six half sliced prawn and sprinkled with fried shallot as well as a bowl of prawn broth.
The noodle was nicely cooked with the right texture when tossed with the chilli sauce.
“Chilli sauce not bad leh.” Wife is happy with the taste.
“Yup, tasty and enough kick for a good bowl of prawn noodle.” I concurred with her.
“The broth tasted natural sweet from the prawns than artificially sweet from the sugar.” We were trying to dissect the broth and fairly satisfied with the flavour. Sliced prawns were fresh and sweet. (3.5/5.0)
Seng Huat Prawn Noodles only opened four days a week, obviously, the owner probably looking for a work life balance schedule or scaling down the operating hours for health or retirement reason, whatever it is, if you are here and searching for some good stalls, Seng Huat Prawn Noodles could be considered one of the choices. Though, Seng Huat Prawn Noodles may not be the best around, but it is still an credible stall serving reasonably good prawn noodles.
Seng Huat Prawn Noodles 成發 (Telok Blangah Drive Food Centre)
A: #01-38 Telok Blangah Drive Food Centre
79 Telok Blangah Drive, Singapore 100079
H: Fri to Mon, 6am – 2pm, Closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays