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2013-11-22 129 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.