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Probably one of the most famous stalls in Old Airport Road, the queue grows quickly but the uncle also cooks quickly. The stall can be recognized by the music playing out of the boombox, and the auntie who takes orders very quickly. You can be the 10th person down the line and she's asking for your order! The tempting aroma of char kway teow has always proven to entice many diners to order a plate and that could usually be proven by the never-ending queue outside the stall, or until they run out
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Probably one of the most famous stalls in Old Airport Road, the queue grows quickly but the uncle also cooks quickly. The stall can be recognized by the music playing out of the boombox, and the auntie who takes orders very quickly. You can be the 10th person down the line and she's asking for your order!

The tempting aroma of char kway teow has always proven to entice many diners to order a plate and that could usually be proven by the never-ending queue outside the stall, or until they run out of ingredients to cook!
Fried Kway Teow
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Good char kway teow! It’s oily, it’s black and it’s fragrant. Barely one minute after we placed our order, a plate of freshly fried kway teow was already presented to us. This kway teow had an intense wok hei, was moist and not too wet. Though I didn't eat chunks of lard but I could definitely taste the use of lard.

Probably one of my most favourite plate of char kway teow for now!
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$5
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Fried Kway Teow
$ 5