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While Lao Fu Zi was my favourite comic character, the namesake char kway teow is most definitely not my favourite char kway teow in Singapore. I’ve had it a couple of times before and my opinion still stays the same: I don’t understand the hype.⠀

It’s definitely not revolting by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s awfully bang average. Sure there’s an ample amount of wok hei in the messy mound of fried noodles, and they don’t skimp on the cockles, but that’s about it. Everything else is just industry standard and it ain’t anything to write home about.

Not sure why but it seemed like today's order came with extra amount of dark soya sauce as compared to usual, which was nice, but it was a bit too sweet. We think that this is an average plate of charkwayteow that might be a tad overpriced. Note that the fried kway teow at this stall tends not to have the wok hei fragrance that many look out for.

Slightly better this time but I've never found them as good as the reputation.

The master behind the wok fries the kway teow in small batches so be prepared to wait in line patiently. The $6 portion came in a sizeable quantity but was it worth the queue? Maybe if it was something I am craving for badly or I have not ate from this stall for a very long, otherwise, I will rather just get it from Hong Lim or Bedok South market. In my opinion, definitely not the best in Singapore but surely a very solid plate of fried kway teow.
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✨ No.18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow
📍 70 Zion Road, Zion Riverside Food Centre, 01-17, Singapore 247792
🍴 [Self Funded]

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Despite having this before in the past, I didn’t have much fond memories of it. Without the pork lard and greasy texture, it just doesn’t feel like a proper fried kway teow to me and even though I have requested mine to add chilli in it, it still tasted very sweet in my opinion. Plus the fact that the price for a small plate has increased from the previous $3 to now $4.20, it still didn’t wow me till today.
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✨ 91 Fried Kway Teow
📍 505 Beach Road, Golden Mile Food Centre, 01-91, Singapore 199583
🍴 [Self Funded]

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Been awhile since I had this Char Kway Teow and I’m happy to report that its standard is still gold! Wok hei is very prominent in each bite of the noodles, while the sweet and smoky lup cheong paired so well with the fresh cockles! All this for only $4 per plate too – look at that generous portion! All in all, a plate of Char Kway Teow worthy of all the calories!

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This $4 packet of char kway teow goodness is undoubtedly the best!!! Queued up 35 minutes for this but so worth it!!! Ordered mine with no cockles.

Feature Hill Street Char Kway Teow.
The char kway teow was tasty, not wet, not too sweet, served with cockles, bean sprouts and cripsy pork lard.
I realised that portion is getting smaller, is it only me or is correct? I need bigger portion 😆
💰$4.
📍Hill Street Fried Kway Teow.
Block 16, Bedok South Rd.

So pleasantly surprised, this was pretty damn good. Please eat it piping hot!! So shiok - there’s wokhei, it’s v flavourful, kwayteow wasn’t soggy even tho it was a takeaway! We ordered non-spicy but it was kinda still spicy, though it was a nice tingle of spiciness on the tongue! The only thing that could be improved on was the quality of the lapcheong, it was quite meh. But everything else was great!!

It's pretty good CKT, slightly towards to sweet side, not too wet or dry and got wok hei.
💰$3
📍Meng Kee Fried Kway Teow.
22A Havelock Road,#01-07.

Got the $5 plate to share! Second time having this - we thought it was very average the first time we had it (attributed it to the fact that we didn’t have it piping hot), so we gave it another go. Felt that it was better this time. It was slightly wet but not soggy - I liked the sweetness from the dark sauce, and the egg that was incorporated in gave it an additional richness. Would prefer to have some egg bits to bite on tho, instead of it being fully mixed in; and perhaps a touch more smokiness/wokhei. I don’t eat ckt often bc of how unhealthy it is, so when I do I would like to maximise the enjoyment. But for those who eat it more regularly, I think this is a good option because it is tasty but doesn’t feel *too* sinful.

I don't think this is the *best* ckt I’ve had, but it still is a nice plate of ckt. I don’t mind queueing up for it if it’s a 15-20mins wait!

As they opens opens in the evening at 5.30pm, came all the way here to queue for a plate of CKT before heading for my dinner at 7pm. After 45mins of wait, here is this plate of CKT. $4.00 a plate, the serving is generous, filled with plump cockles. It's moist, right balance of sweet and savoury.

Location: Hai Kee Teochew Cha Kuay Teow, 11 Telok Blangah Cres, #01-102, Singapore 090011
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