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2012-07-18 98 views
I was here after work and decided to take away a packet of fried kway teow from this stall for the first time. The kway teow and yellow were fried well with the dark sweet sauce to give it a slight wok taste. It was fried with the usual ingredients like bean sprouts, egg, cockle and chinese sausage. It tasted quite nice and it would be even better if more fried pork lards are added to enhance its flavor.