Chef Kang’s Prawn Noodle House is standing along the same HDB block as the new dessert cafe, The Twisted Trio. Chef Kang’s Prawn Noodle House is backed by Chef Kang. If you’ve been following close to Michelin guide, his Cantonese private kitchen, Chef Kang’s has accumulated Michelin star for three years and the wanton mee stall, Chef Kang’s Noodle House has gained a Bib Gourmand Distinction.
We went in with high expectations for the Signature prawn noodle soup. The prawn noodle soup was light and lack of the depth of prawn flavour. There are only 2 pieces of sliced prawns, glad that the prawns are decently fresh. Well, the highlight of this King Prawn Noodle Soup, in my opinion, goes to the prawn paste spare ribs.
King prawn noodle soup with prawn paste spare ribs at S$10.
On the other hand, the prawn paste spare ribs are very well-marinated, giving great taste and tenderness to the meat. Served on a pot of sizzling hot stone, you can simply ply the scorched (slightly burnt) rice off and eat it like a rice cracker.
Hot stone prawn paste spare ribs rice at S$10.
If you have noticed, there are only two items on the menu. If you’re around the area, it’s worth to try the hot stone prawn paste spare ribs rice. Well, I’ll give the king prawn noodle soup with prawn paste spare ribs a miss.
You have to place your order at the cashier and find any empty seats.
Glad that Chef Kang’s Prawn Noodle House is air-conditioned thou. Sweating most of the time.
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