84 Marine Parade Central
#01-174 Marine Parade Central Market & Food Centre
Singapore 440084

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm


11:30am - 09:30pm

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For over 40 years, this stall has been delighting Singaporeans with their gravy-heavy, wet rendition infused with garlic and wok hei / breath of the wok.
I love the slippery slick noodles coated in egg, pork lard, and dark sweet soy sauce, with its fragrant savoury salty sweet eggy spice flavours. The way they cook this results in a pronounced sweetness.
The generous garnish of crisp bean sprouts, bouncy blood cockles, tender fish cake, and chewy lup cheong / dried cured pork sausage, complete this delightful dish.
Char Kway Teow
Apollo Fresh Cockle Fried Kway Teow
@ 84 Marine Parade Central Market And Food Centre, 84 Marine Parade Central #01-174
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Whenever people mention about Marine Parade Food Centre foods, this stall is always appear on the top of the list.

Popular for their unique taste of fried kway teow, which is wet and garlicky.


Popular dish at this food centre. Stir fried & mushy style. Not enough wok hei.

A different style of char kuay teow. This one is slightly on the wetter version with lots of garlic and a handful of chilli in it which brings the CKT to a different level. Highly recommended.

Here, the Kway Teow is drenched with a very intense garlicky eggy sauce. If you are a garlic fan, you will love this. They are also very generous with their ingredients. Lots of cockles, Lup Cheong and fishcake. Ever since Lavender Fatty Heng closed down, this is one of the last few stalls serving a wet version of this dish. With the Marine Parade Food Center closing for renovation at the end of the month for about a year, I hope they will be able to find a new home soon.

This pretty well-known stall's "char kway teow" is fried the opposite way to my preferred style. Which means it's wet, wet, wet.
Nevertheless, since there's garlic galore, I can appreciate it for what it is.