Eat, Places we ate at before we turned Vegan
Leave a comment

Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles @ Kallang

One of my favourite prawn noodles in Singapore is Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles! This prawn mee was introduced by my mum who packed it home for me when I was sick and eating it actually perked me up! So I made a trip down over a weekend to check it out.

Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles is a typical Singaporean alfresco coffee shop. So tip: is to go on cooling day or pack home to eat. We felt baked on a sunny day and with the tentage keeping the heat in the alley.

Jalan Sultan Prawn-2

Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles Shop Front

Jalan Sultan Prawn-1

Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles Interior

Jalan Sultan Prawn-3

Many Recognition Awards won by Jalan Sultan Prawn Noodles

My personal favorite is the King Prawn Pork Rib Beehoon Soup ($8) after trying different prawn sizes, soup/dry. But even if you were to opt for regular prawn ($5), they use the same soup base brewed in prawn shells that make it really strong flavored and delicious! Their pork ribs are also tender without being over fatty. Most of the time, I get chunks of meat in the soup as well. Sometimes when I eat pork ribs prawn mee in other parts of Singapore, I get more bones and tendons than meat, but definitely not the case at Jalan Sultan prawn noodle!

Artistic Shot of my King Prawn Pork Rib Beehoon Dry ($8)

Jalan Sultan Prawn-6

King Prawn Pork Rib Beehoon Dry ($8). Very good but personally still prefer the soup version!

Jalan Sultan Prawn-5

Pork Rib Beehoon Soup ($5) with tender meat

They also have a complementing above average Ngoh Hiang stall with the usual fried fanfare. Other than the sweltering discomfort, very good prawn noodles 🙂

Jalan Sultan Prawn-4

Fried Fanfare from the Ngoh Hiang stall

Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee
Address: No. 2 Jalan Ayer (Off Geylang Lor 1), Opposite Kallang MRT
Operating Hours: 8am to 3.30pm, Closed on Tuesdays
Tel: 67482488

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.