Monday, December 3, 2007

Albert Street Prawn Noodle

I was at Old Airport Road Food Centre last weekend when I saw a long queue in front of Albert Street Prawn Noodle. Somehow the name sounded vaguely familiar but I just couldn't recall where I have seen it before. Tempted by the big and fresh prawns that were displayed at the front of the stall, I decided to give it a try.

I ordered a bowl of prawn noodles with pork ribs which costs $5. When I first tasted the soup, I immediately remembered that I tasted Albert Street Prawn Noodle at Lavender Food Centre before and was put off by the strong herbal taste of the soup. But this one at Old Airport Road Food Centre was slightly different. The flavorful soup has a subtle herbal taste that blends nicely with the rich essence of prawns and pork ribs and complements the delicious noodles very well. The tasty pork ribs are tender and fingerlicking good. The fresh prawns are extremely sweet and easily de-shelled.

I must admit that I was very satisfied with Albert Street Prawn Noodle for the extraordinary freshness of its prawns and pork ribs. Do not miss it if you are a frequent patron of Old Airport Road Food Centre.


Albert Street Prawn Noodle
Old Airport Road Food Centre
51 Old Airport Road #01-93
Singapore 390051


laura_wong said...

There's a Whitley Prawn Mee a few stalls down the same row, I think tt is nicer.

lorraine82 said...

Hi kensongs, my family & I tried Albert Street prawn mee yesterday... we liked it very much... though not the best in Singapore but definitely one of the more impressive prawn mee...

Anonymous said...

The one at Lavender Food Center has dropped drastically in standard, I used to like it, now I'd rather have the wanton mee there.