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Char Kway Teow is another item that this stall sells, besides satay, fried oyster, carrot cake. I had the char kwya teow with a little bit of chilli and it costs only $3. It was quite a big packet and the auntie gave a generous serving of fresh green veggies. Other ingredients include many cookles, slices of chinese sausage and fish cakes, and eggs. The taste was slighly sweet and spicy and it was not too dry. Their version is slightly watery but just nice that the noodles and kway teow were coa
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Char Kway Teow is another item that this stall sells, besides satay, fried oyster, carrot cake. I had the char kwya teow with a little bit of chilli and it costs only $3. It was quite a big packet and the auntie gave a generous serving of fresh green veggies. Other ingredients include many cookles, slices of chinese sausage and fish cakes, and eggs. The taste was slighly sweet and spicy and it was not too dry. Their version is slightly watery but just nice that the noodles and kway teow were coated with the sauce. It was delicious.
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