03 June, 2007

Prawns Bisque

After a rave review by the popular food blogger, Dr Leslie Tay, of ieatishootipost, I could not resist to find out about this particular stall located at Cambridge Road Food Centre, also known to many as Pek Kio. Those who have read his blog would realise that it is hard to come by that he would dished out a rating of 4.75 out of 5 on any particular stall, but Wah Kee Prawn Noodles has the such accolade.

Formerly located at Farrer Park, the secret to their prawn noodle lies in the soup. Described as “that unique taste you get in Lobster Bisque” and “(the) extract of crustacean shell and all the stuff in the head” by Leslie, the soup is really different from that of many, including Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee, which I have blogged before. Their soup is not as salty and much “cloudy” – due to the essence of the prawns.

And if you are really into this prawn makan business, go ahead and try the $10 serving.

The boss guaranteed that the prawns are freshly catch everyday and man are they HUGE!!!

Personally, I felt that the soup has the “punch” but a bit saltier would be excellent. However, the good thing about eating at Pek Kio is that it is not so crowded during lunchtime and there are always tables available.


Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
Ambience: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Total: 15.5/20
Blk 41A Cambridge Road,
Pek Kio Market And Food Court Centre
Singapore 211041

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