Noodle Delights at PappaRich, Parkway Parade
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PappaRich Parkway Parade

PapaRich Parkway Parade is designed as a cozy ambience with a trip down memory lane to the good old days of a family get together; or that familiar chit chat space with friends about everything under the sun, all these awaits you at PappaRich where you can indulge in all-time favorites such as PappaNasiLemak, Pappa Chicken Rice, Pappa Curry Laksa, Pappa Prawn Mee, and the deliciously creative drinks menu that fits right to your stomach and warms right up to your heart.


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Opening Hours

Monday 10:00am – 10:00pm Tuesday 10:00am – 10:00pm Wednesday 10:00am – 10:00pm Thursday 10:00am – 10:00pm Friday 10:00am – 10:00pm Saturday 10:00am – 10:00pm Sunday 10:00am – 10:00pm

+65 6344 6323

Noodle Delights at PappaRich, Parkway Parade

PappaRich Parkway Parade

At the bustling Parkway Parade, PappaRich serves up an array of noodle dishes that are sure to entice anyone that loved Malaysian cuisine. From the aromatic streets of Penang to the quaint eateries of Ipoh, each dish promises an authentic taste of Malaysia’s diverse food landscape. Here’s what awaits you at PappaRich:

Penang Prawn Mee: Dive into the vibrant flavours of Penang with this classic noodle soup, boasting a rich and spicy broth adorned with succulent prawns, a staple for any prawn mee lover.

Fried Fish Fillet Noodles: A lighter, yet equally delightful option, featuring crispy fried fish fillets atop a bed of silky noodles, perfect for those who love a good crunch with their meal.

Pan Mee Soup: Savour the simplicity of this dish, with hand-torn noodles swimming in a clear, flavoursome broth, a comforting bowl that feels like a hug from within.

Chicken Curry Laksa: A spicy, coconutty affair, this curry laksa combines tender chicken pieces with the hearty warmth of traditional Malaysian spices, an irresistible treat for the curry enthusiast.

Ipoh Kway Teow Soup with Steamed Chicken: Experience the subtlety of Ipoh’s cuisine with this soothing bowl of kway teow soup, paired with succulently steamed chicken, a testament to the elegance of simplicity.

Ipoh Kway Teow Soup with Prawns + Shredded Chicken: Elevating the classic soup dish with the addition of fresh prawns and shredded chicken for a more indulgent experience.

Dry Ipoh Kway Teow with Steamed Chicken: A drier variation for those who prefer less broth, this dish offers silky kway teow noodles with steamed chicken, dressed in a light, savoury sauce.

Dry Ipoh Kway Teow with Prawns + Shredded Chicken: Combining the best of both worlds with prawns and shredded chicken, this dry kway teow dish is both flavourful and fulfilling.

Dry Ipoh Kway Teow with Curry Chicken + Fried Beancurd: A spicy and rich choice, this dish pairs the softness of curry chicken and fried beancurd with the delicate kway teow noodles for a memorable meal.

Penang Assam Laksa: A tangy, fish-based noodle soup that’s both refreshing and spicy, this dish is a beloved Penang specialty known for its unique sour taste.

Penang Char Kway Teow: A must-try for visitors, this stir-fried noodle dish is packed with the charred flavours of wok hei, prawns, and crisp bean sprouts.

Wat Tan Hor Kway Teow: Silky smooth egg gravy poured over flat rice noodles, a comforting dish that’s both simple and satisfying.

Wat Tan Hor Kway Teow Mee Hoon: A delightful mix of kway teow and mee hoon beneath a generous serving of egg gravy, offering a variety of textures in every bite.

Fried Beef Hor Fun: Stir-fried hor fun noodles with tender slices of beef and onions in a gingery sauce, a robust dish full of flavour.

Pappa Fried Mee: PappaRich’s signature fried noodles, a dish that brings together the essence of Malaysian street food with its intense flavours and varied textures.

Penang Char Kway Teow + Big Prawns: An upgraded version of the classic char kway teow, featuring sizeable prawns for an extra touch of luxury.

KL Hokkien Mee + Big Prawns: A dark, soy sauce-rich noodle dish characteristic of Kuala Lumpur’s street food scene, enhanced with big, juicy prawns.

Wat Tan Hor Kway Teow + Big Prawns: The smooth egg gravy and flat noodles combination made even more special with the inclusion of big prawns.

KL Hokkien Mee: Thick noodles braised in a rich soy sauce with pork, seafood, and vegetables, a hearty and deeply flavourful dish from Kuala Lumpur.

At PappaRich, Parkway Parade, each noodle dish tells a story, whether you’re in the mood for something soupy, spicy, or stir-fried, there’s a noodle dish waiting to satisfy your cravings.

PappaRich Parkway Parade Address & Telephone

Address: 80 Marine Parade Rd, #01-17A, Singapore 449269

Telephone: +65 6344 6323

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