Famous Geylang Prawn Noodles Along Upper Paya Lebar Road
Try recalling those times when you had a rare find of a wild pokemon during your younger days and recollect that state of emotion. That’s how I felt during my impromptu food hunt along Upper Paya Lebar which led me to this delicious Geylang Prawn Noodles.
Calvin and I were looking for a place for dinner before making our way to a Worship Conference at a church nearby. Without much expectations and fuss, we embarked this impromptu food hunt.
This prawn noodle eatery has an old school and traditional vibe, however, I am unsure about its history and establishment.
Prawn noodles is the main dish while there are a different combination of pairings too.
Ngoh Hiang were available as sides too.
I had Prawn Noodle with Pork Ribs ($5.50) and Calvin had the Prawn Noodle with Pork Ribs and Pig Tail ($6.5). I can’t remember the exact pricing, however it’s roughly there about.
Frankly, my taste buds aren’t that sharp in identifying a good solid bowl of prawn broth. Having said that, this was definitely rich with prawn essence. Feel free to comment below if there are better suggestions.
I didn’t pay much attention to the taste of the Ngoh Hiang, but Calvin loved the fried white crispy batter.
Total bill was about $26, so this plate of Ngoh Hiang cost approximately $12, excluding drinks.
This is one of first few prawn noodle entry, so feel free to comment below for other recommendations. Cheers
325 Upper Paya Lebar Road