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我在芳邻美食中心附近工作有10年了。所以我和同事们经常在晚餐时间都会来这里用餐。这里的用餐选择众多,琳琅满目。我在机缘巧合的情况下就接触到了这家的炒粿条。我第一次点的时候,我等了蛮久的。买到第一盘的炒粿条时,就觉得味道很香。吃了第一口的时候就觉得味道很棒。我一下就把整盘面解决掉。这摊子炒的粿条真的好吃。味道浓厚,面条又不会糊在一起。豆芽菜腊肠的配合增加炒粿条的风味。又是我吃了还外带多一份回公司吃。因为价钱公道实惠所以炒粿条的生意不错有时候要等一会儿。讲着讲着哇明天要去吃一盘了。哈哈哈!
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我在芳邻美食中心附近工作有10年了。所以我和同事们经常在晚餐时间都会来这里用餐。这里的用餐选择众多,琳琅满目。我在机缘巧合的情况下就接触到了这家的炒粿条。我第一次点的时候,我等了蛮久的。买到第一盘的炒粿条时,就觉得味道很香。吃了第一口的时候就觉得味道很棒。我一下就把整盘面解决掉。
这摊子炒的粿条真的好吃。味道浓厚,面条又不会糊在一起。豆芽菜腊肠的配合增加炒粿条的风味。又是我吃了还外带多一份回公司吃。因为价钱公道实惠所以炒粿条的生意不错有时候要等一会儿。讲着讲着哇明天要去吃一盘了。哈哈哈!
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2014-02-08 316 views
This stall is very popular and have won numerous awards for its famous char kway tiao. It always have long queues even at non-peak hours! Decided to order a plate of char kway tiao, with added chili. One plate is $3. It is very fragrant and delicious, oily noodles with pork lard, plenty of cockles, chili and egg. Indeed it is one of the best char kway tiao, however i still prefer the one at zion road
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This stall is very popular and have won numerous awards for its famous char kway tiao. It always have long queues even at non-peak hours!
Decided to order a plate of char kway tiao, with added chili. One plate is $3. It is very fragrant and delicious, oily noodles with pork lard, plenty of cockles, chili and egg. Indeed it is one of the best char kway tiao, however i still prefer the one at zion road
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2014-01-23 143 views
Fried kway teow has evolved over the years, in the early days, Chinese chives were added as one of the ingredients to provide the extra flavour and some green to the dish, chicken eggs have also replaced the duck eggs as a key ingredients, other changes may not be too noticeable but the older generations will tell you the noodles are not as good as it used to be compared to the old time. One thing for sure, the fried kway teow has gone through the facelift and what we are enjoying now is defin
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Fried kway teow has evolved over the years, in the early days, Chinese chives were added as one of the ingredients to provide the extra flavour and some green to the dish, chicken eggs have also replaced the duck eggs as a key ingredients, other changes may not be too noticeable but the older generations will tell you the noodles are not as good as it used to be compared to the old time. One thing for sure, the fried kway teow has gone through the facelift and what we are enjoying now is definitely not the authentic fried kway teow our ancestors used to enjoy.
We can taste the wok flavour in the Outram park fried kway teow mee, the kway teow was moist but fragrance from the pork lard added. The kway teow was oily and the sweetness was hit on the spot to create a mouth watering dish.
$3 for the standard serving, $1 extra for more cockles, 50c for more egg.
From our opinion, Outram park fried kway teow mee can be considered one of the best fried kway teow in Singapore but our best love still with the 18 Fried kway teow at Zion Riverside Food Centre.
Read our full review @ http://ieatandeat.com/category/fried-kway-teow/
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2013-11-22 94 views
I went there with the intention of getting Kway Teow at a peak hour and had to get through the long queue but once I had it, I felt it is worth the wait. The fried kway teow was very fragrant and it turned out to be very smooth as well. However, it was a bit oily. Proper amount of black sauce was used for cooking the dish and it was not too sweet. The dish was available at a cost of $3 and it is worth it.
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I went there with the intention of getting Kway Teow at a peak hour and had to get through the long queue but once I had it, I felt it is worth the wait. The fried kway teow was very fragrant and it turned out to be very smooth as well. However, it was a bit oily. Proper amount of black sauce was used for cooking the dish and it was not too sweet. The dish was available at a cost of $3 and it is worth it.
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2013-11-09
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2013-09-03 73 views
Chinatown is many good food surround, when during lunch hours this stall queue is very long. Need to wait about 15 minutes to be serve. Order Fried Char Kway Teow, it come with egg, cockles and slide fish cakes. smell good, the taste is fantastic. and it not so oily, is just good enough. Taste delicious! Very worth it only $3.
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Chinatown is many good food surround, when during lunch hours this stall queue is very long. Need to wait about 15 minutes to be serve. Order Fried Char Kway Teow, it come with egg, cockles and slide fish cakes. smell good, the taste is fantastic. and it not so oily, is just good enough. Taste delicious! Very worth it only $3.
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2013-08-27
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2013-03-13 23 views
The FoodI ordered the Fried Kway Teow and even though it looks like it has been over cooked with a kind of a brownish pale colour, the taste is fantastic with nice wok hei and moist. The cockles and fish cakes are fresh and the chilli is tasty when blended with the kway teow. The kway teow also not fried till veri oily and the sweet sauce is not so sweet.The PriceReasonably priced at $3.00 per plateOverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this!
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I ordered the Fried Kway Teow and even though it looks like it has been over cooked with a kind of a brownish pale colour, the taste is fantastic with nice wok hei and moist. The cockles and fish cakes are fresh and the chilli is tasty when blended with the kway teow. The kway teow also not fried till veri oily and the sweet sauce is not so sweet.

The Price
Reasonably priced at $3.00 per plate

Overall
I will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this!
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2013-01-31 17 views
FoodForget about the queue and its sinful calories, this plate of $3 Char Kway Teow is definitely worth our taste buds. It may look messy by appearance but its not overly watery, not too oily famous char kway teow has its selling point with its right amount of sweet black sauce coated on the kway tiao causing it to be smooth and slippery . Every bite of the it comes with the crunchy pork lard. On top of that, the spicy chilli leaves you speechless by how good it is. Ingredients include, pork lar
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Forget about the queue and its sinful calories, this plate of $3 Char Kway Teow is definitely worth our taste buds.
It may look messy by appearance but its not overly watery, not too oily famous char kway teow has its selling point with its right amount of sweet black sauce coated on the kway tiao causing it to be smooth and slippery . Every bite of the it comes with the crunchy pork lard. On top of that, the spicy chilli leaves you speechless by how good it is. Ingredients include, pork lard, cockles, bean sprouts, fish cakes.
Overall one word to describe this CKT (Char Kway Tiao) - 赞!
Once you have tried a good CKT, you will never forget its taste. The plate of CKT will definite make you come back for more!
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Self service. Queues are long especially. Its worth the wait.

While frying the char kway tiao, you notice that the uncle dances. Although he may seems swaying left and right, he is very focus on each and every plate of CKT coming out from this wok.

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Very packed during lunch time - noisy. Difficult to get a seat.

Price
Reasonably portion at the price of $3. Worth it!

Recommendation / Tips
I miss Chinese sausage, there were none in there.
It's a famous stall and even the straits times and lian he zhao bao had it advertised.
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2013-01-08 15 views
This stall i wanted to try many times, but every time during lunch time is long queue today i go down early to Hong Lim Food Centre. There no queue. Only have 2-3 customer in front of me. They opening hours so early on 6am! I went there before lunch hours so finally i can try it out. I ordered Fried Kway Teow with additional egg it cost me $3.50. add egg is extra $0.50 the Fried kway teow taste is little sweet but overall it taste flavorful!! and also serve in big portion very worth it. only $
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This stall i wanted to try many times, but every time during lunch time is long queue
today i go down early to Hong Lim Food Centre. There no queue. Only have 2-3 customer in front of me. They opening hours so early on 6am!
I went there before lunch hours so finally i can try it out. I ordered Fried Kway Teow with additional egg it cost me $3.50. add egg is extra $0.50
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the Fried kway teow taste is little sweet but overall it taste flavorful!! and also serve in big portion very worth it. only $3. if no add egg.
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2012-09-27 11 views
I've never had char kway teow for long. I decided to have a plate of it from this stall at Hong Lim Food Centre in the afternoon. The stall looks old but is highly reviewed for its char kway teow.The char kway teow is not just fried kway teow. It is kway teow stir-fried with yellow mee. The dish looks oily and mostly dark. The bits of egg make the dish more appealing. The yellow mee is springy. The kway teow is not only springy, it is also smooth. The cockles are bouncy and juicy. The bean sprou
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I've never had char kway teow for long. I decided to have a plate of it from this stall at Hong Lim Food Centre in the afternoon. The stall looks old but is highly reviewed for its char kway teow.

The char kway teow is not just fried kway teow. It is kway teow stir-fried with yellow mee. The dish looks oily and mostly dark. The bits of egg make the dish more appealing. The yellow mee is springy. The kway teow is not only springy, it is also smooth. The cockles are bouncy and juicy. The bean sprouts do not lose their crunchiness after stir-frying. The pieces of lard are crunchy as well. They make the dish more flavourful but leave an oily burnt aftertaste. The whole dish tastes savoury and sweet. A bit of sambal makes the dish looks and tastes better.

Overall, this plate of char kway teow is simply delicious.
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2012-05-05 15 views
Another good food at Chinatown is this fred kway teow mee. The queue was rather long cos we went at the peak hour but it was definitely worth the wait. The fried kway teow was very fragrant, the kway teow they used were very smooth but a little oily. it was fried with the correct amount of black sauce, however it was not too sweet. The shop keeper was very generous with the portion of cockles and fish cakes. The cockles were really very fresh, it added some sweetness to the dish. There was also
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Another good food at Chinatown is this fred kway teow mee. The queue was rather long cos we went at the peak hour but it was definitely worth the wait. The fried kway teow was very fragrant, the kway teow they used were very smooth but a little oily. it was fried with the correct amount of black sauce, however it was not too sweet. The shop keeper was very generous with the portion of cockles and fish cakes. The cockles were really very fresh, it added some sweetness to the dish. There was also some bean sprouts in the dish, the bean sprouts were cooked perfectly and were still crunchy and juicy when it was served. Really satisfied with the fried kway teow from this stall.
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2012-04-22 14 views
The crowds at Hong Lim Complex FC can get insane, and it pays to go there a little early for the good stuff. Found this place upstairs and towards the middle of the unusually shaped hawker centre. The serve char kway teow and that is all. $3 for the standard serving, $1 extra for more cockles, 50c for more egg. The cook had just finished the last batch when I arrived, so I got to watch him work, and he is a master at it.He deserves 9.5/10 for the food, but I had to round down for the lack of sli
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The crowds at Hong Lim Complex FC can get insane, and it pays to go there a little early for the good stuff. Found this place upstairs and towards the middle of the unusually shaped hawker centre. The serve char kway teow and that is all. $3 for the standard serving, $1 extra for more cockles, 50c for more egg. The cook had just finished the last batch when I arrived, so I got to watch him work, and he is a master at it.

He deserves 9.5/10 for the food, but I had to round down for the lack of sliced pork. Otherwise, everything was fantastic and delicious. If you are in the area, stand in line, watch the master work, and then savor his art.
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2011-04-25 12 views
The operating hours for this stall is from 6.00 am to 4.30 pm. I never know fried kway teow can be an option for breakfast. I could not quite imagine eating this plate of fried kway teow as early as 6.00 am. There is a recent price increment to $3.00 but it is still reasonable for a plate of well fried kway teow and mee with a distinct wok hei and generous amount of cockles and pork lards with bean sprouts and slices of fishcake. This has always been one of my options whenever i have a crazy cra
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The operating hours for this stall is from 6.00 am to 4.30 pm. I never know fried kway teow can be an option for breakfast. I could not quite imagine eating this plate of fried kway teow as early as 6.00 am.

There is a recent price increment to $3.00 but it is still reasonable for a plate of well fried kway teow and mee with a distinct wok hei and generous amount of cockles and pork lards with bean sprouts and slices of fishcake.

This has always been one of my options whenever i have a crazy crave for fried kway teow. This is definitely one of the better choices for fried kway teow in town.
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I have eaten at this stall many times already. There's always a long queue at the old hong lim market. At the temporary market, the queue is not as long, so it's easier to get my noodles to go and go back to office to eat. It's really good. With the right amount of wok-hei control and chili sauce, the combination is heavenly and you have to taste it to believe it. You can ask for no cockles if you are squeamish about that. But if you are concerned with calories, then you might be better off not
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I have eaten at this stall many times already. There's always a long queue at the old hong lim market.

At the temporary market, the queue is not as long, so it's easier to get my noodles to go and go back to office to eat.


It's really good. With the right amount of wok-hei control and chili sauce, the combination is heavenly and you have to taste it to believe it.

You can ask for no cockles if you are squeamish about that. But if you are concerned with calories, then you might be better off not eating it, because it's cooked the traditional way with pork lard.


But, be careful of the two auntie assistants, when they are serving food to the tables, they will tend to run real fast.
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2010-03-12
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