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Level4 2013-09-06
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Tucked in the old corner of Beauty World Centre Hawker Center, there is this stall selling Char Kway Teow and was recommended through words of mouth. Not many open air hawker centre can be seen in Singapore nowadays and those old infrastructure of the building had brought back some old memories. Having dine there was like a time warp back into the 80s, especially when the tables and chairs cant match up to those modern looking ones as compared to our neighbour hood hawker centres.It is believed that Feng ji Shu Shi produces one of the best char kway Teow in its area. Having said that, look at the plate of char kway teow in the picture below. I would say that the taste of the black sauce was sweeter than the average stall, generously coated all over the yellow mee and kway teow. There was an abundance of cockles and comfortable amount of sliced sausages considering the price I'm paying for that plate. It was moist and not too wet. Business was good as I can hear the non-stop clanging noise made by the friction of wok against pan all the way at the other corner. The only issue that I could not get use is their beansprouts as the taste of them was rather raw. Other then that, I find that the plate of char kway teow is one of the must try if you are in Beauty World Hawker Centre.Cost: S$3.00 continue reading
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Level3 2012-08-22
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Feng Ji Shu Shi's char kway teow is TASTY and cheap !This simple dish is made by wok-frying kway teow (flat rice noodles) and mee (round yellow noodles) in dark sweet soya sauce, ingredent that add in the dish are egg , bean sprouts , fish cake deep-fried lard and fresh cockles !these ingrident are added in to increase the flavouring ! and a lot people love cockles so they asked to add in more cockles , so do I ! continue reading
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