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Haven't had char kway teow for quite long actually and recently had a craving so decided to have it for lunch! I usually like mine without the cockles, add more chilli and black sweet sauce! More vegetables too if i met a nice hawker who is generous with the portion! =)  This stall served pretty decent char kway teow. Enough wok hei flavour and it's a not too bad portion for a $2.50 serving! But for my personal liking, i don't mind having more black sweet sauce!
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Haven't had char kway teow for quite long actually and recently had a craving so decided to have it for lunch!

I usually like mine without the cockles, add more chilli and black sweet sauce! More vegetables too if i met a nice hawker who is generous with the portion! =)  This stall served pretty decent char kway teow. Enough wok hei flavour and it's a not too bad portion for a $2.50 serving!

But for my personal liking, i don't mind having more black sweet sauce!
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