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505 Beach Road
#01-91 Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 07:00pm

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This shop has been around for ages. Always a must eat everytime I am at golden mile

Generous serving of vegetable.

Still taste as awesome as it always was

There is no chinese sausages or cubes of crispy pork lard but a green layer of vegetables and ikan bilis on top. If you are a health conscious diner, this green version of fried kway teow is ideal for you to satisfy your craving without feeling guilty. I have added extra cockles and I like my white version of CKT (without black sweet sauce) #ckt #friedkwayteow #hawkerfood #hawkerfoodsg #burpple

✌🏻✌🏻One Is Never Enough ✌🏻✌🏻 If you are here at Army Market, dun miss this yummy char kway teow served with fresh veg & cockles 😘 #burpple

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Cant get any sinful, nor better than this :p time to work out!

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Prices are at $3/$4 a plate. 91 Fried Kway Teow Mee is known for producing a char kway teow that is not fried using pork or lard and does not fry its greens with the noodles, choosing to instead top it on the noodles with small fried anchovies. The result is a plate of noodles ($3) that is only fried with the cockles and beansprouts, which doesn't have the extra kick despite being rather sweet and having the wok hei.

Confession: I had this for breakfast πŸ˜‰ Not exactly the healthiest way to start my day but oh well...
This popular stall (located at #01-91) employs a rather "wet" style of frying and their cockles-laden noodles lean towards the sweet side. I thought I tasted tiny bits of "chai po" (preserved radish) in there which I liked a lot. However, the "wok hei" factor was lacking. Could it be that I was their first customer and the hawker hadn't had time to warm up yet? I certainly hope so.
Their signature topping of blanched "chye sim" and crunchy baby "ikan bilis" is brilliant. It helps to differentiate them from the many "char kway teow" stalls around.

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