Saturday, August 28, 2010

三马路祖传肉骨大虾面 Queen Street Prawn Noodles

Queen Street Prawn Noodles and it's fans.

Folks who frequent the Goddess of Mercy's Temple at Waterloo Street would have already know about Albert Food Centre. There's plenty of hawker food but I thought that the Queen Street Prawn Noodles is worth a mention. Queen Street Prawn Noodles has been in business ever since I was a kid prowling the streets in the Bugis district. The old uncle was not cooking inside the stall, but he's still around and helping out while I was there the last time. So what's the highlight of Queen Street's Prawn Noodles?

This is my S$6 worth of dried pork rib and big prawn noodles. To worth the effort sharing this, for prawn noodles, first, the soup has to be good. Queen Street Prawn Noodles serves quite a good soup but still not as thick and intense as Beach Road Prawn Noodles and Joo Chiat Prawn Mee. There was a good amount of pork ribs and they were tender and juicy. What I didn't like was that they only gave me 3 halves of prawns. Just too little. The chilli sauce from the stall is powerful stuff so be careful when you ask for more.

There was generous amount of pork ribs that was soft and succulent..........

Blk 270 Queen Street #01-50
Albert Centre Market and Food Centre

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