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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, juic
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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.   
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