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The Prawn Star's signature river prawns in a spicy kimchi-miso butter is a winner.
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The calamari "yaki udon" is a dead ringer for the Japanese fast-food staple.
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And the sriracha caramel popcorn arrives slightly warm with a lingering butteriness, working fine as a starter.
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May May's chat masala-spiced fried cauliflower matched with soft pears is an inspired combination.
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The steam/baked red bean cake is a clear jelly-glazed hawthorn sponge that you cut into, letting a greyish red bean sauce ooze out - but tasting better than it looks.
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A safer choice than seafood is the tender braised lamb with fragrant spices, on a bed of fluffy quinoa and pickled papaya to keep things from getting too rich.

Cutesy fare with lots of masak-masak

The Prawn Star and May May revel in making you wonder what you're eating.
Dec 8, 2014 5:50 AM

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The Prawn Star

21 Duxton Hill

Tel: 6323-3353

Open for lunch and dinner Mon to Fri: 11.30am to 2.30pm; 6pm to 10.30pm. Sat: 6pm to 10.30pm.

Closed Sun