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Introduction
Personally whipped up by the owner himself, the fried kway teow from this stall has a stamp of quality assurance. Guan Kee is one of the more famous kway teow hawker stalls in Singapore. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Michelin's Bib Gourmand (2019)
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 14:30
Mon
Closed
Tue - Wed
09:00 - 14:30
Thu - Fri
Closed
Sat
08:00 - 14:30
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Michelin Guide
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/guankee.ckt/
Signature Dishes
Fried Kway Teow
Review (5)
Level4 2015-03-14
172 views
Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow 源记炒粿条 located at Ghim Moh Food Centre is one of the most popular stall in the food centre. This stall unlike other stalls is different. It's no frills signboard has no photos of the food he is selling and the signboard is so much smaller compared to those at the neighbouring stalls. This stall has garnered such a following that there was no need for that. Frequent patrons of this food centre would have known that there is always a perceptual queue at this stall. The owner has been frying Kway Teow for 44 years. He operates the stall toegther with his wife who takes the orders and collect the cash. They sell only Fried Kway Teow.The stall front is plastered with many reviews from food shows and there were also several photos of the owners with celebrities. When I visited, there was a queue of more than 12 person in front of me. I queued for slightly more than half an hour before I got my plate of Fried Kway Teow. Fried Kway Teow $3Fried Kway Teow $3The Fried Kway Teow $3 was not bad, one of the better ones I have tried. The Fried Kway Teow had a semi-wet consistency and each piece of kway teow was well coated with savoury sauce. However, it was lacking in wok hei. There were several pieces of cockles added. The beansprouts provided a crunchy texture in between each mouthful. Chinese sausage (lap Cheong) were added too. However, there were only 3 pieces of Chinese sausage. It would have been great if more was given. There were several pieces pork lard added in it which was the bomb! The burst of flavour and fragrance from pork lard compensated for the lack of wok hei. http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2014/01/guan-kee-fried-kway-teow-ghim-moh-food.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-15
58 views
I was at The Ghim Moh food centre for lunch. There was a queue which was shorter than usual at the Fried Kway Teow stall. I decided to go for it. After queuing for 25 minutes, I finally got my hands on the plate of freshly fried kway teow. The taste was pretty good I must say, it's fried but I din think it tasted oily. The kway teow just melts in my mouth. The cockles were fresh and tasty. It wasn't too spicy and everything was just so good including the price. They have the option of $2.50, $3 and $4. I say it's worth your time to queue for it! continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-25
48 views
This stall has the longest queue in this food centre. The waiting time is really really crazy. It can be upto 45 minutes. The frying process is done by the boss himself. He is so passionate and he is making effort in frying every plate well. At this stall, you can customized your order and such an order will be entertained as every plate of kway teow is fry individually right here. I could taste distinct wok taste but the taste is not particularly impressive. To be honest, i would not mind eating it if no queue but i am not willing to queue 15 minutes or more for this plate of fried kway teow. Whether worth queuing or not, this is a plate of above average fried kway teow. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-21
44 views
Guan Kee is probably one of the famous fried kway teow (char kway teow) in Singapore. There was an endless queue of customers until the stall auntie has to keep telling the late joiners that they were sold out. I have to queue up for about 25 minutes for my turn to order. Once at the front of the stall you will get to read the numerous reviews pasted on the stall front. Guan Kee has even won the title king of fried kway teow of some tv show many years back. The fried kway teow here is a balance between the dry and wet type and it was not as dark as those I have eaten. The stall still used pork lard to fry the kway teow which is unhealthy but a must to me if you want to serve a plate of yummy fried kway teow. Having eaten numerous fried kway teow, Guan Kee did not impress me. The dark sweet sauce was too little for my ideal plate of fried kway teow but I am sure they are others who do not agreed with me.Do note that the stall is not open on Monday and Friday. You may have to go early as the fried kway teow was sold out by 3pm when I was there on a Saturday afternoon. continue reading
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(Non-member) 2010-10-04
47 views
This is a famous food shop in the area. They sell only one kind of food, i.e. fried noodle.The fried noodle is very very delicious and never disappointed you!I queue up and wait at least 15 to 30 mins everytime but it worth! continue reading
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