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The char kway teow was a heavenly aromatic mess of noodles, fish cake slices, beansprouts and pork lard with a couple of hum (cockles) thrown into the mix.

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This char kway teow is very different from normal kway teow that I had, it’s halal so no pork lard at all, and the uncle added chilli padi if we request for spicy.
The char kway teow have wok hey, not too sweet (which I prefer), quite tasty and have it with the chilli padi, it’s shiok 😋.
💰$4/$5/$6.
📍786 Char Kway Teow.
Bukit Merah view food centre #01-28

Fried Kway Teow with cockles & prawns, served with generous veggies & crunchy silver fishes ($4.20 – Small). Not bad leh. Got a bit of wok hei.

Location: 91 Fried Kway Teow, 505 Beach Rd, #01-91, Goldenmile Food Centre, Singapore 199583

Been some time since I've had a char kway teow, and this is not too bad! The $4 portion is neither too sweet nor too salty and the cockles within are really fresh! Probably the only gripe is that the portion is a little small 🤣

Suddenly craving for Char Kway Teow the other day and they are one of the better one around my hood. Open 3 days a week, from 7.30am till 2pm (usually sold out shortly after lunch), Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow is one of the most popular stalls at Ghim Moh Road Market & Food Centre. The queue is forever long.. Finally got my plate of Char Kway Teow after 45mins of queuing. Worth it!

Location: Guan Kee Fried Kway Teow, Ghim Moh Road Market & Food Centre, 20 Ghim Moh Rd, #01-19, Singapore 270020

You need to try the char kway teow if you are paying a visit to Zion Riverside Food Centre! It is probably one of the stalls with a snaking long queue at the hawker centre and it is definitely testament to the stall's popularity. The dish comes with the standard kway teow and mee, as well as beansprouts, eggs, Chinese sausage and cockles! This is the $6 serving so it will probably be a little too heavy for one person and it might be better to share this dish between two pax instead. There is a smaller $5 serving, which may not be as worth it in our opinion, because it is noticeably smaller.

Most people compare this dish with that from our favourite stall at Hong Lim Food Complex and we think the stall at Hong Lim serves char kway teow that is slightly more charred. By contrast, the version at Zion Road is slightly sweeter (likely from more dark soy sauce), so it really depends on what you like to eat!

Nonetheless, the dish is still a great dish and we would advise you to give it a shot if you have yet to try it once in your life. We would like to advise you not to visit Zion Riverside Food Centre on Mondays as well as almost 75% of the stalls are not open for business. You will probably have more food options if you visit during the weekends!

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If you like your oyster omelette crispy, then this is one stall you gotta try. I ordered the small portion ($5.50) which was already pretty substantial! It's filled with crispy bits that were so satisfying, especially with the charred flavour. The oyster were fresh and succulent as well. Totally something I will eat everytime I am in Hougang!

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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.

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The fried kway teow still as good as last visit , flavourful, not overly sweet, moist and not dry, not too garlicky, all balanced with moderate wok hei.
Served with pork lard and cockles.
💰$5.
📍Outram Park Fried Kway Teow.
Blk 531A Upper Cross Street, #02-17.

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This old neighbourhood's hawker centre has been around for years & their iconic L-shaped hawker centre is a hidden gem with loads of good food!

One such dish is the Char Kway Teow from Meng Kee. Stir-fried upon order, the amount of wok hey in each bite feel like a heart clogging experience, yet worth it (okay maybe not, but you get it).

The well-cooked noodles are tossed with black sweet sauce and fried over large flames to give that smokey scent and flavour, adding that char and making this a must-have dish.

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Halal Char Kway Teow anyone? Although it has no pork no lard, its still quite fragrant and tasty. If u r someone who can take spicy, you can actually request to fried the kway teow with Chilli Padi 🌶 (many hidden chopped Chili padi inside this plate) Its power and shiok lor but my mouth is literally burning. Haha. Water water.

Location: 786 Char Kway Teow, 115 Bukit Merah View, 01-28, Singapore 151115

The Char Kway Teow was big portion, the flavour towards to sweet, the wok hei quite strong, served with fish cake, cockles and pork lard (it’s crispy and very juicy 🤩)
💰$4.5
📍Ang Mo Kio Fried Kway Teow.
Blk 724 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, #01-28.