The entirety one desires to understand about the stall is in its title. Stumbled on deep in a Loyang industrial estate, they focus on dry and soup noodles, that includes prawns of an obvious size. After getting reasonably lost, I in the end arrived at a nondescript canteen, sitting solo among factories and offices. Hardly ever an auspicious initiate to my foodie adventure, however one have faith in on the prawn noodle stall confirmed my taste buds were about to decide on up lucky.
Even at 8am, Loyang Potential Colossal Prawn Noodles’ menu board was brightly lit, tempting customers with its model: Colossal prawn noodles (S $5, S$7, S$9), pork ribs prawn noodles (S$5, S$7, S$9), abalone prawn noodles (S$8, S$10) and “XL” mountainous prawn noodles (S$13.80).
Add-on substances were also accessible, everything from prawn (S$2 every) and abalone (S$3), to pork ribs and other piggy substances esteem skin and intestines (S$1 to S$3) and the sharp sha dan (actually “sand egg” in Mandarin, however described as a runny-centred egg, so-named for sad sum restaurant molten salted egg bun, liu sha bao, at S$1).