While I enjoy the dry version of prawn noodles, the true test for this hawker dish is in the soup.
It should boast the distinctive sweetness of the shellfish that is rounded out with meat. Some stalls add pork ribs or pork tail to the broth for greater depth of flavour and a more robust taste.
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