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Popular CBD prawn mee, Amoy Street Boon Kee Prawn Noodle, relocates to Queenstown

Despite the rumours that food in the CBD area is costly, there are actually quite a few hidden gems to get an affordable and good lunch fix. Amoy Street Boon Kee Prawn Noodle was one of them— it was previously situated at PSA Tanjong Pagar Complex.

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Unfortunately, if you didn’t know of this secret spot in CBD, you’ve missed out on something great. Amoy Street Boon Kee Prawn Noodle has moved to Mei Ling Market and Food Centre at Queenstown.

They serve Prawn Noodles starting at the price of S$4. Shocked at the prices? You’re not alone. Prawn mee is usually costlier, especially if you consider how prawns are a more pricey ingredient as compared to other livestock, but they’ve managed to keep theirs affordable.

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To some, they serve the “one of the best prawn mee in Singapore“, while others think that it is “no longer the best“, but still above average. Our scrutinising society really loves to nitpick, but I’m sure the majority of us are just glad that they decided to relocate instead of closing.

Before you head over, please prepare to queue during peak hours. They attract a snaking line because the friendly elderly couple cooks up a hearty feast by offering delicious bowls of old-school prawn noodles. You can opt to have it dry or soup, but I heard that the Soup Prawn Noodle (S$5) is the best seller.

Just think about sipping on a warm comforting seafood broth that has hints of natural sweetness from fresh prawns. Its robust flavour and umami will definitely have you coming back for more.

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Alternatively, the dry version is a great bet too. Prep yourself to have a filling meal at Amoy Street Boon Kee Prawn Noodle because they really pack the bowls with fresh ingredients. Obviously, one can never have enough. Add S$3 more for pork ribs, liver and intestines together with your prawn mee!

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