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We came here with our friends for dinner and had the prawn noodles as they said it’s a very Singaporean dish.
The prawns were fresh and the broth was full of flavour with lots of lard .
Service was prompt and we enjoyed our meal....More
Went for the Buddy Meal ($40++ for one bowl of prawn soup, 2 noodle servings, plate of Ngoh Hiang) at about 7pm on Sunday night before more people came in but it was ready under-staffed when we ordered. Fried items were a disappointment, oily, over-fried...More
Ordered the buddy meal which came with 4 XL prawns, 2 bowls of noodles and a plate of wu xiang (Chinese side dishes). Very good soup, had 3 bowls (refillable). Prawns were fresh and huge.
Overall cost $40++ just for food.
Price is ok compared...More
Understaffed when we went for Sunday lunch. Waited 20mins before 2 fried wantons were served. Our drinks were totally forgotten and when our green tea were finally served after 30mins, they tasted horrendous and I did not touch it after a sip. Specifically stated both...More
Love love love their dry prawn noodles with loads of crispy lard! The noodles are cooked al dente which i like, the spicy soup is so good and warming. dont fancy their sides though. go straight to their prawn noodles instead.
We are frequent customers at Wah Kee and each time we leave the restaurant with great satisfaction and contentment.
The fresh prawn soup with dry and spicy mee kia noodle set is our all time favourite. For healthy diet we just ask to skip the...More
Went there for dinner on a weekday. The restaurant was pretty quiet. As a tourist, I would say the prawn noodles are good and the price is reasonable in a restaurant like that. However, you can enjoy same quality prawn noodles elsewhere a lot cheaper...More
Frankly speaking, $12 for a bowl of prawn noodles, though with really good soup and 3 rather big and juicy prawns, is still a bit too much. We also had the $30 buddy meal which comes with 2 bowls of plain noodles and one shared...More