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Latest Reviews for Char Kway Teow

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Way Better Than Brand Name CKT ($3)

The CKT here is just perfect for me- wok hei 110%, not too sweet, and dry (ie. not swimming in oil or black / sweet sauce). Really a hidden gem that to me beats the "branded" CKTs (such as Hill Street, Outram park and Zion road) hands down. It's simply called Joo Chiat Place Fried Kway Teow located at a coffee shop called 冻成餐室 Dong Cheng Eatery (same row as werners oven).

Hai Yan Fried Kway Teow Mee.

What I like is their Kway Teow texture, very Q but I think it's kinda too dry for me. I preferred those type that are more wet.
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Location: Telok Blangah Rise Market & Food Centre, Blk 36, #01-38, Singapore 090036
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Fav Fried Kway Teow Mee.

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Hill Street Fried Kway Teow, one of the popular Char Kway Teow in Singapore.

Alright, I am slow but finally got a chance to try it.
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Location: Blk 16, Bedok South Road, Singapore 460016
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$4

Sunday's sinful indulgence after a 30 minutes wait — a plate of wok fried kway teow with cockles, lup cheong, bean sprouts and chives. The noodles might be a little too limpy for me as they were all pre-fried and stir fried again before serving. Nevertheless, the sweet sticky mess is still satisfying.

Delicious Char Kway Teow

Having dinner here on a Friday night. Had char kway teow & prawn noodles. The char kway teow is surprisingly not very oily. It is pretty dry even towards the end which is the kind i like.

Outram Park Char Kway Teow ($3/4)

Outram Park Char Kway Teow ($3/4)

I remembered trying this Outram Park CKT located at Hong Lim Food Centre sometime back but not fancying it due to the noodles' mushy texture. However, my recent visit made me rethink this as this time round, I had absolutely no complaints!! Do yourself a favour and go for the $4 plate. Almost every mouthful had a cockle and when you "accidentally" bite on those crispy lard bits, that's when you know the calories is absolutely worth it!!!

Old School CKT

Probably the best part of the entire experience of this dish was joining the queue of old folks and watching the uncle fry each individual plate carefully. You can tell that he has perfected this dance over many many years, and his loyal fans are still coming back over the years to enjoy a plate.

It's not the best CKT ($3/$4) that you'll ever have (mediocre at best), but it's something you should experience as its a dying trade that will soon be extinct.

Old school Char Kway Teow.

At Old Airport Road Hawker Center, Dong Ji is my top pick for Char Kway Teow. I love that he fries it until it's slightly charred so you get all these crispy bits. There's lots of lard and Chinese sausage as well which makes it so much better.