22A/22B Havelock Road
#01-24 Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre
Singapore 161022

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It doesn’t get more old-school than this.
Cooked with great care by an old man who looks to be in a perpetually bent position (he stops once in a while as though to ease some discomfort), and assisted by his elderly wife who takes orders, handles the payments and does all the slicing of ingredients for the topping, this is a hawker dish you will need to be patient for. Just like everyone else in the queue for “Covent Garden Prawn Noodles” (stall 01-25 at Havelock Road Cooked Food Centre).
Unless you like your soup light and delicate in terms of prawn flavour, I would recommend choosing the dry version here because the noodles are tossed in a very tasty combination of savoury chilli sambal and pork lard oil (complete with a few heavenly pieces of crunchy fried lard).
My $5 bowl had such a generous amount of mee and beehoon that I had a hard time finishing all of it. So for those with a small appetite, the $4 serving should suffice.


Covent Garden Prawn Mee is one of them. Originally located at the Covent Garden Food Center, they moved over to Havelock food Center after the Covent Garden area was marked for redevelopment. There is perpetually a Long queue every time I visit. I tried the dry version this time. It's not too bad, the Chilli and noodles were good. The soup wasn't bad, it was slightly watered down but there was depth in the flavour. Overall, a decent bowl of prawn mee. There's definitely a taste of nostalgia eating here.


Definitely a heritage food stall the old couple dish up a great hae mee meal. You can choose from normal prawn mee with slices of prawn, pork and fish cake or ask for just prawns (higher price = medium sized prawns), pig tail, small intestines or pig skin. Be prepared to queue on weekends for up to 30 minutes as they really take their time to serve up a great dish. They're closed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Yummy yummy yum yum yum! Posted by Ah Leong San 2016 February 21


A very traditional prawn mee with a variety of ingredients such as intestines, pig skin and tails. Opens only Friday to Monday. Posted by Ah Leong San 2015 December 28


Soft and tender. A good supplement to prawn noodles.


Sinful but delightful breakfast that I have once in a while. The old couple do a very tasty meal in a traditional way. Just take note that they're open only Friday to Monday.