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Telephone
9836 5190
Awards and Titles
Michelin's Bib Gourmand (2018)
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 23:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Open Till Late
Michelin Guide
Signature Dishes
Fried Kway Teow
Review (25)
Level4 2016-01-14
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Probably one of the most famous stalls in Old Airport Road, the queue grows quickly but the uncle also cooks quickly. The stall can be recognized by the music playing out of the boombox, and the auntie who takes orders very quickly. You can be the 10th person down the line and she's asking for your order! The tempting aroma of char kway teow has always proven to entice many diners to order a plate and that could usually be proven by the never-ending queue outside the stall, or until they run out of ingredients to cook!Good char kway teow! It’s oily, it’s black and it’s fragrant. Barely one minute after we placed our order, a plate of freshly fried kway teow was already presented to us. This kway teow had an intense wok hei, was moist and not too wet. Though I didn't eat chunks of lard but I could definitely taste the use of lard. Probably one of my most favourite plate of char kway teow for now! continue reading
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Level4 2015-04-24
157 views
There is no need for any introduction to Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow as they were well known in the area. Even if you have not heard about them, the long queue and the eager looks from their Fried Kway Teow fans will roughly gave you a gut feel of the standards.The basic portion of Fried Kway Teow priced at $4 and comes with a grease paper and a disposable plate. I regret not buying a bigger portion as the presentation of the Kway Teow seems a little different in their plate.Dark sauce had consistently coated the noodles and kway teow with general ingredients like beansprouts, vegetables, cockles and even chinese sausage. The stall offers 2 variation of Fried Kway Teow, black and white. Though there were not much "Wok Hei" in the Fried Kway Teow, they were pretty generous with their ingredients which make it a decent plate. For more reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-22
104 views
Came here with friends for dinner on a weekday and my friend recommended the fried kway teow from this stall. From the look of the presentation, it seems quite tasty. After tasting, the kway teow is full of flavours both from the seasoning as well as the fragrance from the wok. Sufficient dark soy sauce, other seasoning is added and does not too salty. Other ingredients such as the bean sprout, chinese sausage, fresh cockles and sliced vegetables were also added. Their cockle is very fresh, juicy and the size is quite big as compared to other stalls. Overall, quite a tasty fried kway teow from this stall.    continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-01
78 views
Lao Fu Zi kwayteow is pretty famous and it always has a long queue. I've tried this several times and honestly in my opinion, the dishes are alright only. They have both white and black kwayteow, and I presume white kwayteow is healthier. One thing about their fried kwayteow is that their ingredients are quite fresh. The cockles especially! Large, juicy and yummy haha. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-08
56 views
There was a super long queue Char Kway Teow stall at Old Airport Road Food Centre. And it was only self service. Hence, I had to queue for some time while my friend chope the table at other end of the Food Centre.The plate of Char Kway Teow had generous amount of "wok" aroma and given chinese sausages. and bean spourts.The taste of the Char Kway Teow was quite yummy. It has enough moist in the dish and also not too oily feel as there were generous amount of bean spourts. The cockles though given little had been fried just right, not too cooked or too raw.Overall, the queue was quite long but it was worth the wait for a good Char Kway Teow. continue reading
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