114 Pasir Panjang Road
Eng Lock Koo Coffeeshop
Singapore 118539

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08:00am - 12:00pm

08:00am - 12:00pm

08:00am - 12:00pm

08:00am - 12:00pm

08:00am - 12:00pm


08:00am - 12:00pm

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Open as early as 5am in the morning, this place is popular with the shift workers that work around here.

So some ingredients may have sold out by the time it reach noon, that’s why I couldn’t grab their pork ribs even I came around noon. They only left with big prawn.

Really enjoy the rich broth, tasty and addictive for me. Comes with slices of pork meat.

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Pigtail was good as ever. It's a very thick braise and there's a slight sweetness to it, now that I'm having a lot of it, not too much herbal aroma. Not sure if they changed the recipe. Still have an excellent texture and stickiness on your lips after you're done, as it should

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The kway teow was not bad, I really liked how the fried onions come together with the sambal. Pretty dang good. Pig tail was exceptional as well, the taste is so different from a normal braise. There's almost no sweetness, and there's a very very slight herbal note. The texture was also super on point, extremely gelatinous but not nua. However, the pork ribs were less than stellar with a positive stench. Overall I really enjoyed it, maybe pig tail with prawn would be my recommended order(btw don't dabao kway teow over long distance it will get soggy)


Opening as early as 5am, one of the best prawn mees around. The soup is so flavourful. Rmb to order the chilli version. Price is at $3.50 for prawn mee and $5 for prawn and pork rib mee.

The stall closes as early as 10am and the coffee shop which is so small is usually crowded. So head there early to chope your seat!


this was a hidden gem and I'm glad I discovered and tried it! the prawns were fresh and big, soup was incredibly sweet and the noodles that had the q-ness/bounciness

will return !


90% of the coffeeshop was filled with people having this prawn mee. When i reached the front line, there was no more small prawn, so I had no choice but to get the big prawns (and the greedy me still opted for some pork ribs too). Thought there could be more lard and oil in the bowl considering the generous amount of noodle he gave me — it got quite dry at some point. I also found the noodle rather too soft for my liking, but overall, it's a pretty good bowl of prawn mee. And the soup was so shiok!