Abang Dol, a stall offering halal prawn noodles and other traditional delights, is a fairly new sight in Golden Mile Food Centre.
The family-run hawker business officially opened in September 2021.
Whilst the stall menu is quite lean, we see some potentially delicious noms that might be worth the trip down.
Chinese-style prawn noodles
The main attraction here in undeniably the prawn noodles. Available in both dry and soup versions, the prawn noodles lean more towards the Chinese style which typically features an umami-rich broth.
The dish comprises of large prawn, fishcake, kangkong, beansprouts and choice of noodle.
Alternatively, customers can opt for the dry noodles which comes drenched in the stall’s special homemade spicy sauce.
Dry Prawn Noodle – Small, S$3.80
Dry Prawn Noodle – Regular, S$5.80
Dry Prawn Noodle Soup – Small, S$3.80
Dry Prawn Noodle Soup – Regular, S$5.80
Butter Chicken Cutlet Rice
The stall also serves this basmati rice-based dish which features a crispy battered deep-fried chicken cutlet accompanied with a homemade creamy butter chicken gravy. Served with crispy papadums.
A regular serving goes for S$5.80, but there’s also an upsized version for S$7.80.
By now, it’s becoming apparent that the stall seems to represent multi-cultural food in its menu, deliberately or otherwise.
Rounding up the menu is a traditional Malay staple: Mee Soto.
Typically eaten for breakfast, this noodle-based savoury homemade chicken soup comes with chicken pieces and homemade original begedil. A serving is priced at S$4.60, but you can also have it without the begedil for S$3.80.
View Abang Dol’s full menu here.
Top photos by Abang Dol.