284 Bishan Street 22
Singapore 570284

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Wednesday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

Thursday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

Friday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

Saturday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

Sunday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

Monday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

Tuesday:
08:30pm - 04:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Kway chap from block 284 at Bishan always hits the spot! Each ingredient is super tasty, especially the braised pork belly which is so tender and always melts in your mouth! Perpetually always having a long queue even in the wee hours of the night.

This stall opens really late and is popular among hungry ghosts. But that's about it. I've come here a few times and anyone who tells you it's a top kway chap is lying. Both the kway and the braised foods are average. Lor bak was enjoyable enough, but the tau pok especially was lousy.

Soft silky flat rice sheets. This hearty bowl of herbal goodness warms my heart even late at night. Tucked away in Bishan neighbourhood, this Kway Chap stall uniquely opens from 8pm till wee hours. Their braised tofu is one of the softest and their pork belly is so tenderly-yummy! One of the best I’ve had, makes every calorie count worth it. Very generous portion served too.

Kway Chap + 5 ingredients ($5.50/pax)
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My favourite was pairing the tender braised pig intestines with the sourish chilli sauce. #happybelly #fatdieme #burpple (S$12 for 2 pax)

This is a popular spot if you are craving for some late night kway chap. The ingredients are fresh, and intestines are clean; goes well with the chilli. The kway is nice too.

Personally not a fan of pig ear but my friends thought it was good! The queue was alright at about 8+pm but got longer by 10+pm. Don’t recall the exact price though

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