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See pictures at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/03/lao-san-kway-chap.htmlLao San Kway Chap is one of the better ones I've tried, rustic but balanced, and not too heavy on the herbal elements ($14).We had the beancurd puff (tau pok), firm beancurd (tau kwa), soy egg, and pork belly, all braised to perfection, and the latter was, in particular, meltingly tender. Yes, you can actually enjoy this local peasant food, without liking innards...just pick everything else! We really liked the chil
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See pictures at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/03/lao-san-kway-chap.html

Lao San Kway Chap is one of the better ones I've tried, rustic but balanced, and not too heavy on the herbal elements ($14).
We had the beancurd puff (tau pok), firm beancurd (tau kwa), soy egg, and pork belly, all braised to perfection, and the latter was, in particular, meltingly tender. Yes, you can actually enjoy this local peasant food, without liking innards...just pick everything else! We really liked the chilli sauce, the piquancy of which was a wonderful contrast to the dark soy braise of the proteins. The kway teow wasn't the most refined, but it was smooth and slippery, a textural slamdunk.
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