{e eats} pranakorn changi village

One day while having brunch at Changi Village, we came across a banner which says “authentic Thai noodle”. We were pretty stoked (one more dining choice in Changi V, yay!). Since then, I have been stalking them on Facebook and counting down to their opening.

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They are having an opening promotion now; a set meal which consist of a main, drink and dessert. They don’t have an extensive menu (makes ordering less challenging!), just a few items in each course which I believe are all carefully curated by the chef. All the food are MSG free, so brownie point to that!

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T
om yum noodle. I was expecting those robust tom yum soup like what is served in most Thai restaurants. But this has a clear soup base which I find it quite similar to ‘mama tom yum noodle’. It comes with two pork patties, a wanton skin and half an egg. Egg in tom yum soup? That’s my first!

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Minced pork noodle. I find this is lacking in flavour. Well, It could be because of the overpowering tom yum soup hence, making this a bit bland. But C like this though. You must be wondering how come his noodles was served in a kid’s bowl, right? The only reason I could think of is they must have assumed it is for Elisa. But I think it would be nice for them to clarify rather than just assume. We didn’t bother to inform the staff. It’s a small matter but I just it funny for a man to be using a kid’s bowl. 

While we find that their noodles are just ordinary (sorry guys, we still prefer Golden Mile’s), their side dishes are rather remarkable. We highly recommend them.

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Homemade fried pork cake with special dipping sauce. Delicious, flavourful and so juicy. Definitely a star dish.

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Spicy and sour fried pork ball. The tangy bed of shallots went very well with the pork balls. The only negative about this dish is that I find the shallots a tad too sour for my liking. Then again, C likes it.

Will we come back again? I don’t see a reason not to! Good food and reasonable prices – these are enough to keep us going back for more.

Pranakorn
4, Changi Village Road #01-2086,
Singapore 500004
Mon-Sun: 11am-9pm
6543 0883
* Cash only

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