Geylang Prawn Noodles

After finishing yoga lesson, my friend asks to go to have prawn Mee together. I am thinking nearby are all private houses, where got nice food to eat. But I still follow her.

A crowded little coffeeshop. I am told if I come later it will be even more crowded as lots will come here after church service. I am surprised to find such a place as I have staying nearby since birth but don’t know here.

Chopsticks and spoons kept clean in box.

Paper boxes made of old magazine papers, are available on the table to hold unwanted rubbish such as prawn shells, bones. Very thoughtful.

Barley ( Cold / $1.20 )
A bit bland for me.

Pork Rib Bee Hoon ( Soup / $4.30 )
The bee hoon is thicker than the usual but still cannot consider thick bee hoon. The soup is just so-so, not full of flavour enough for me. Feel the ribs are small in pieces.

Prawn Kueh Tiao ( Soup/ $4.30)
My friend orders dry version but is served soup version.

Ice Jelly ( $2 )
Very refreshing drink to have.

Total damages : $11.80

Geylang Prawn Noodles
Address : 325 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Quemoy Building, Singapore 534946
Operating Hours : 8.30am – 8.30pm ( Mon – Sat ), 8am – 5pm ( Sun )


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