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Dai Dong Prawn Noodle – Best Prawn Mee Soup For Me!
By Alfred February 23, 2010
I was on a mission to hunt for Big Prawn Mee stalls outside of the Jalan Besar/Beach Road vicinity lately and am glad to report that I managed to find a few on the northern part of Singapore which will be reviewed in the next few posts. Now I'm feeling very good lately as far my hae mee fix is concerned because I've finally found one hae mee that is worth a rave, finally!!!! Let's face it - Prawn ...
8 to 8.9 | 8.3 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Jalan Besar | Lunch | Nil | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$1 - S$5 | S$6 - S$10
Editor's Rating
8.30
Overall
Dai Dong Prawn Noodle – Best Prawn Mee Soup For Me!
Lam’s Prawn Noodles – If You Relish A Proper Old School Prawn Soup!
By Alfred January 25, 2010
No where in Singapore has more Big Prawn Noodle stalls than at Jalan Besar area. Around that area, it is like, every few streets, you will come across one stall and they all are positioned strategically from the Beach Road to North Bridge Road to Jalan Besar Road to Race Course Road to as north as Cambridge Road. All in all, there must have, at the very least, 10 stalls no less. To the prawn noodles aficionado, I guess they know ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.3 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Jalan Besar | Lunch | Nil | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Lam’s Prawn Noodles – If You Relish A Proper Old School Prawn Soup!
Beach Road Prawn Noodle House – Hands Up Those Who Know Why The Crowd Is Strong
By Alfred January 8, 2010
I don't remember seeing any Big Prawn Noodles stall in Malaysia, instead there must have, at the very least, several dozens of it in Singapore, so do you think that makes Big Prawn Mee an authentically Singaporean food? Ironically, Big Prawn Mee is rampant around Jalan Besar, Beach Road area. Further north a little, you can see a few others like Wah Kee at Farrer Road, and Hoe Nam at Bendemeer. I guess it ain't rocket science that ...
6 to 6.9 | 6.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | East Coast | Lunch | Nil | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
6.80
Overall
Beach Road Prawn Noodle House – Hands Up Those Who Know Why The Crowd Is Strong
Ren Ren Big Prawn Noodles – If You Enjoy Prawns More Than Soup!
By Alfred December 21, 2009
If you love prawn noodles, you may very well have eaten big prawn noodles, the type that not only gives you big prawns, but with soup that are distinctly more flavoursome. It also usually has thick beehoon as a choice. Given it's popularity and many stalls with sub-branches around the island, I must say that I am one helluva sua ku, having only eaten recently at stalls like Wah Kee, Hoe Nam and Whitley Road Prawn Noodles. ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Joo Chiat | Lunch | Nil | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$1 - S$5 | Supper
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Ren Ren Big Prawn Noodles – If You Enjoy Prawns More Than Soup!
Xing Hua Seafood Restaurant – If You Relish That Natural Seafood Flavour!
By Alfred December 6, 2009
If you have been to Jalan Besar/Sungei Road/Little India area, you will know that there are many eateries selling Xing Hua food in the form of Putien's cuisine. Putien is a prefecture in the eastern part of Fujian province in China. Ironically the Xing Hua(Fujian people at Putien) didn't live there for very long. Most of them originated from Henan(eastern central of china) and only migrated to Putien after the end of chinese civil war in search of better living ...
7.3 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Fried Mee Sua | Jalan Besar | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.30
Overall
Xing Hua Seafood Restaurant – If You Relish That Natural Seafood Flavour!
Jie Shuang Qiao Jia Li Fan – Authentic Stall Found At Jalan Besar!
By Alfred December 5, 2009
There are many little streets in places like Jalan Besar, Beach Road or North Bridge Road area where many hidden gems(especially those virtually invisible from high street) are taking residence. One of it is Jie Shuang Qiao Hainanese Curry Rice on Syed Alwi Road. When I was scouring the island for Hainanese Curry Rice stalls for The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge, I knew there was another one(other than Jian Dao Jian) lurking somewhere in the Jalan Besar vicinity ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.5 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Hainanese Curry Rice | Jalan Besar | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.50
Overall
Jie Shuang Qiao Jia Li Fan – Authentic Stall Found At Jalan Besar!
Sungei Road Laksa: Sungei Road Revisited To Look For The Real Stall!
By Alfred December 3, 2009
What do you think are the defining points of a shiok laksa? The Katong version outshines the normal ones because of the more robust gravy but what exactly are the extra ingredients? Some said Katong laksa's gravy uses cow milk while others said it's soya milk and I personally think that it could be sweetened condensed milk. I guess at the end of the day, it's all about getting the hits to your umami right with the correct balance of ...
8 to 8.9 | 8.0 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | High Tea | Jalan Besar | Laksa | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
8.00
Overall
Sungei Road Laksa: Sungei Road Revisited To Look For The Real Stall!
Da Jie Famous Wanton Mee – Not Only Famous But Cheap And Good!
By Alfred November 14, 2009
Although you need to have a good $3 in your pocket to enjoy a decent meal nowadays, there are some stalls that insist on selling you a meal for $2. Infact some of these stalls are dishing out foods that are pretty good. Stalls like Tong Xing Roasted, Sungei Road Laksa or Hai Kee Roasted Specialist sell foods at $2 with quality that are well qualified to be sold at $3-$4. Hong Kong style Wanton Mee ...
8 to 8.9 | 8.3 | Alfred | Breakfast | Brunch | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Jalan Besar | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | Wanton Mee (云吞面)
Editor's Rating
8.30
Overall
Da Jie Famous Wanton Mee – Not Only Famous But Cheap And Good!
River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodle – A Good Hae Mee That Opens Round The Clock!
By Alfred November 3, 2009
Prawn is our rejoice. We chinese can spare the sotong but we can hardly go without prawns in a meal. It doesn't matter whether it's dried, deshelled or fresh, for soup or stir fry. And in most traditional chinese wedding course-dinners, you will be served the legendary steamed drunken prawn, as a token to herald the start of happiness which is represented by the red color in prawns. But, do you know something? Prawns and cockroaches are related. They ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.5 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Lunch | Macpherson | Nil | Prawn Noodle (虾面) | S$1 - S$5 | Supper
Editor's Rating
7.50
Overall
River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodle – A Good Hae Mee That Opens Round The Clock!
Wan Long Chicken Rice – If You Hate Sucking Bones Out Of Chicken Feet!
By Alfred October 29, 2009
There are some foods in Singapore that are still selling at very competitive prices eventhough prices of every other food have gone up. One of it is Cze Char and I'm talking about those Cze Char Hor Fun or Bee Hoon. Strangely, it has always remained at $3 eventhough other foods like Chicken Rice or Mee Pok Tah have gone up from $1.50 to almost $3 nowadays(I'm talking about past 2 decades). The other food I know ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Berseh Food Centre | Chicken Feet | Chicken Rice (鸡饭) | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hawker Centre | Jalan Besar | Lunch | S$1 - S$5
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Wan Long Chicken Rice – If You Hate Sucking Bones Out Of Chicken Feet!
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Wrap-Up
By Alfred October 12, 2009
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge 15 plates of Hainanese Curry Rice, 30 days and 2 inches added to my waistline later, it's time to wrap up the Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge series. Here, you get to see from a Bird's-eye view, where to go for the best Hainanese pork chop, where to go for the best Hainanese stewed cabbage, where to go for the best Hainanese lor bak and the Hainanese curry too. And of course, I ...
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The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Wrap-Up
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Whampoa Market Curry Rice – Part 15 of 15
By Alfred October 11, 2009
Can you think of any food in Singapore that have no more than 20 stalls selling it? Off the top of my head, I can only think of one and it is 猪脚冻 or pork jelly(aspic). Not sure if I'm a suah ku here but I only know of 3 stalls selling it in Singapore. Then there are other food like Turtle Soup or Beef Noodles which I believe to have no more than 50 stalls each around ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Hainanese Curry Rice | Hawker Centre | S$1 - S$5 | The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge | Whampoa | Whampoa Drive Food Centre
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Whampoa Market Curry Rice – Part 15 of 15
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Beach Road Scissors-Cut Curry Rice- Part 11 of 15
By Alfred October 4, 2009
I recently had a blast of continuous meals of Hainanese Curry Rice throughout the island and the main reason is as I've mentioned before, to find out how others perform as compared to my favourite one which is the Scissors Cut at Jalan Besar. Having tasted some of the really famous ones, I think some are a slight exaggeration of the actual quality. Overall I liked some that I've tried for the first time, but I have to say ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Hainanese Curry Rice | Jalan Besar | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | Supper | The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Beach Road Scissors-Cut Curry Rice- Part 11 of 15
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Feng Kee Hainanese Curry Rice – Part 8 of 15
By Alfred September 30, 2009
Now that I've eaten a few famous Hainanese Curry Rice around the island for the past 2 weeks, I am beginning to doubt I can find one that can surpass my favourite one at Jalan Besar. I don't want to rehash what I already shared in the Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge thus far, so I'll try to offer some new insights. This Hainanese Curry Rice adventure so far has been pretty educational because I get to see what Hainanese ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Breakfast | Chinese Cuisine | Hainanese Curry Rice | Hawker Centre | Lunch | Pasir Panjang | Pasir Panjang Food Centre | S$6 - S$10 | The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Feng Kee Hainanese Curry Rice – Part 8 of 15
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice – Part 1 of 15
By Alfred September 23, 2009
Back in the old days, most Hainanese would know where is Seah street. It was where most Hainanese would hang out and the very first Hainanese clan association in Singapore, Nam Li was housed there. So not surprisingly, this is also the street where the popularity of Hainanese coffee and Hainanese chicken rice took effect. My dad used to take us to Sin Swee Kee at Seah street for our chicken rice when I was young. It was a pretty ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.0 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Hainanese Curry Rice | Lunch | Nil | S$1 - S$5 | The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge | Tiong Bahru
Editor's Rating
7.00
Overall
The Hainanese Curry Rice Challenge: Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice – Part 1 of 15
Kok Kee Wanton Mee – If you like yours sweet & wet
By Alfred September 20, 2009
The use of earthworms in Laksa soup is old news but to read somewhere recently, that says earthworm is one of the natures most complete food source is news. The truth is worms are full of calcium, vitamins, protein and lastly, they contain some kind of chemical substances that can be addictive! I just hope this has no connection to the fact that I keep running back to my favourite Laksa stall. But have you wondered why people can love ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Chinese Cuisine | Dinner | Hawker Centre | Lavender | Lavender Food Centre | Lunch | S$1 - S$5 | Wanton Mee (云吞面)
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Kok Kee Wanton Mee – If you like yours sweet & wet
Hai Kee Roasted Specialist – $2 Fantastic Food!
By Alfred July 8, 2009
A lot of eating places are popular because they provide food that are value for money - cheap. While other places are popular because they are in a strategic location especially if their kopitiam is situated just beside a big carpark, that will almost give them an upperhand, at least in attracting customer who drives. Then there are those that are in a really terrible location and not cheap to eat but yet still can pull the crowd ...
7 to 7.9 | 7.8 | Alfred | Char Siew Rice (叉烧饭) | Chinese Cuisine | Coffee Shop | Dinner | Lunch | Nil | Roasted Duck (烧鸭) | S$1 - S$5 | Tampines | Wanton Mee (云吞面)
Editor's Rating
7.80
Overall
Hai Kee Roasted Specialist – $2 Fantastic Food!

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