Penang Prawn Noodle has Malaysian hae mee at Amoy Street Food Centre

Though Singapore has prawn mee stalls aplenty, most of these sell a version closest to the OG Hokkien rendition of the dish—where yellow noodles are cooked in or served alongside a broth made from slowly boiling prawn heads, shells, and pork bones. This is a tad different from the Penang version of the dish, which is sold at a handful of hawker stalls around the island, including the aptly named Penang Prawn Noodle at Amoy Street Food Centre.

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The relatively new stall is located on the first floor of the hawker centre, according to a poster in the Can Eat! SG Facebook group. They usually open early for breakfast and close just after the lunch rush.

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If you’re unfamiliar with the difference between Singaporean and Penang hae mee, here’s the lowdown: both have similar origins, but they’re spiced differently. In Singapore, you can enjoy your prawn mee with both sliced chilli padi and sambal, the latter usually made with hae bee. In Penang, though, the broth is cooked with the sambal, so you really get a broth that is both sweet and umami. 

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Both come with similar toppings, from innards to pork slices, fresh prawns, and fishcake slices.

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The stall at Amoy Street Food Centre sells four versions of the dish. The classic Prawn Noodle or Pork Ribs Noodle is priced at $5, while Pork Ribs Prawn Noodle costs $7. The soup appears rich and orange from prawn oils. You can also opt to enjoy extra sambal with your order. 

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Those looking to splurge can get the Extra Big Prawn Pork Rib Noodle, which is priced at $13 and comes with XL whole prawns. 

You can add on extra noodles or even an egg for $1. Extra prawns and pork ribs cost $2. 

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For more Malaysian prawn noodles in Singapore, read our Ipoh Zai review, where we spotlight a Tanjong Pagar hawker that sells Ipoh-style hae mee. Otherwise, for more eats in the area, read our Amoy Street Food Centre guide.

Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #01-58, Amoy Food Centre, Singapore 069111
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8am to 2pm
Penang Prawn Noodle is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from Penang Prawn Noodle

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