had another round of yummy big prawn nooldes at why eat har, a big prawn noodles stall opened recently by my good friend’s brother.
the last time i tried was with a big group of friends on 6.3.2015. this time we had 10 chap pies.^^
thye hwa heng canteen is located at blk 29 eunos avenue 6 near to signpost building. many car workshops here.
the S$5 prawn noodles looked marvellously yummy! 🙂
not so evident from the photo that the S$6 big prawns were much larger than these S$5 ones.
6 of us ordered the S$6 big prawn noodles. not sure if this was the usual pricing as the board said S$8, but prawns do vary in size & price on the day & i know the stalls adjust the prices accordingly sometimes. e.g. when we were at wah kee at pekkio food centre, cambridge road recently, the prawns were larger than what they served for S$10 so we had to order S$15 big prawn noodles.
most of us added the S$2 pork ribs so total+S$8. i think one friend had the S$6 w/o pork ribs.
noodles were lesser than the last round (which was like the 2nd day after stall opened & we feedback that noodles were a bit much).
chilli sauce was more intense, could be because of lesser noodles, but did feel a bit tastier.
prawns were good as last time. the proprietor chong long, my friend’s brother, said the fishmonger told him these prawns were sweeter than anka prawns & a friend agreed it was sweeter. i must say i did not feel much difference. i though the prawns this time were just slightly overdone & not as bouncy as last round, but equally fresh & sweet. 🙂
the pork ribs were very good standard, very tender, consistent but not falling apart & great taste. as a pork rib dish i thought it was very good, very well done. personally though i not specially into the tender pork ribs noodles bit. for pork ribs i prefer bakuteh style with slightly more bite rather than the soft bones teture & feel.
a friend bought some fruits from the next stall.
very yummy & enjoyable prawn noodles. will come back again later.^^