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Saturday, February 5, 2022

King of Prawn Noodles

King of Prawn Noodles has taken over the shop space of Lai Lai Kitchen in Jurong Point selling prawn noodles. In fact, tenants of Jurong Point changed a lot ever since I have not been visiting the mall for a long time.

Shop of King of Prawn Noodles

The menu was rather interesting as it was named after the Royal Hierarchy, namely with King, Queen, Prince and Queen. It was rather confusing to me as a first-time patron. The environment was a semi-industrial theme with corrugated zinc sheets as part of the decorations. The walls were drawn with murals illustrating the olden days.

Wall Murals

The prince of a bowl of Kway Teow and Yellow Noodle Dry Prawn Noodles was quite expensive. Prawns were half with some blanched pork ribs, fish cakes and bean sprouts as ingredients. The chilli and sauce mixing the noodles were spicy. The soup on the other hand had a good flavour though. 

What turned us off was the pork lards that was supposed to elevate the taste of our food has a plastic taste.

A2 Prince (Dry) - $8.50

For the Queen's order, the prawns are slightly bigger than the Prince's and I have ordered Yellow Noodles with Kway Teow in Soup. Ingredients such as fish cakes and lean meat were part of the dish. Toppings like fried onions were used to elevate the taste. Likewise, the pork lards had a weird taste.

A3 Queen (Soup) - $11.80

It will be our first and last visit to this stall. Service was rather slow and for Prawn Noodles, there are many better ones out there which is worth the price paid.

Rating: 3 / 5

King of Prawn Noodles
Jurong Point, 1 Jurong West Central 2 #03-08, Singapore 648886

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