Tuesday 17 August 2010

Khoon Kee Tasty Prawn Mee

Those working or staying around Redhill Lane Hawker Center, I am sure you have either tried or saw this "Khoon Kee Tasty Prawn Mee" stall which selling prawn mee, pork tail soup and char kway tiao. This stall also has another outlet in Henderson Road known as "Tasty Prawn Mee". Thanks to Misstamchiak for asking me to join her with on this Prawn Mee adventure at Redhill, you can read on her review at this link HERE.

Khoon Kee has both soup and dried version of this yummy Prawn Mee. And take a look at this bowl of Soup version Prawn Noodles, usually some stalls will half the prawns and served it with the shell stick on. But here, the stall owner insists to use whole prawn to retain it's flavour and crunchiness, he is also very thoughtful to remove the back shell off for the convenient of customer to save the trouble of removing the shell.

I guess the key point of to a bowl of delicious soup prawn mee lies on it's broth. A bowl of tasty prawn broth must be full of flavour and sweet which goes well with the noodles and other side ingredients. I must comment that their prawn broth is really very delicious which according to the stall owner he used around a few kilograms of prawn head shells to simmer the broth together with pork ribs, peppercorns and etc for at least 3 hours or more. No wonder this makes their broth taste even better than some other famous Prawn Mee stalls around.

A bowl of S$3.00 Dried Prawn Mee comes with two big sea prawns and a piece of pork rib whereas if you are looking for something more, then go for the S$4.00 bowl where you can more noodles, 3 “Fat & Juicy” crunchy sea prawns with a piece of soft and tender pork rib to fill your huge appetite. And a good dried Prawn Mee all depends on it's chilli and sauce combination. According to Misstamchiak, their dried chilli is good with that extra spicy flavour to enhance the overall taste.

To our surprised the stall owner used to be a Japanese Chef in local restaurants as well as countries like Australia, New York, Italy and etc. And he strongly believed that a bowl of delicious food starts from it presentation whereby most customers will go for the presentation of the food before decided whether to queue for the food.

Khoon Kee Tasty Prawn Mee
Blk 85, #01-58
Redhill Lane Hawker Centre
Singapore 150085
Telephone: 9769 3991

Operating Hours:
Weekdays: 10.00am – 9.00pm
Weekends/Public Holidays: 8.30am – 8.00pm
Rest Day: Tuesday

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