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Did you know this stall is also named "Hill Street charkwayteow"?

Hmm... is it related to the one at Bedok? Manned by an elderly couple. Old uncle, the silent one, fries the noodles with slow but swift movements. Old aunty, the friendly and vocal one, takes orders.
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I will not compare their version to the Bedok one. Each has its own merits. This is less dry, less oily and not much of a wokhei. What I liked was the generous amount of eggs and beansprouts which gave the dish a nice crunch.
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It is not extraordinary. But my heart goes to the elderly couple who in their golden years still toiling hard. So me being a soft-hearted kinda babe, I will certainly go back to give my support. Yes... support our pioneers!! Stall : Hill Street Charkwayteow
#02-32 Blk 335 Smith Street Hawker Centre

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Old School Char Kway Teow ๐Ÿ˜

Endless queue at this stall. Came at 7:15pm on a weekday and queued for 35minutes. This stall used to be located at Margaret drive when I was young. Same old school taste! The owner now opens the stall for a shorter period of time (4ish to 8ish pm). Nostalgic old school Char Kway Teow at $3 + 50c (extra eggs~~ highly recommended)
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Char Kuay Teow ($3-4)

I've always been a fan of the less sweet versions of CKT. This reminds me of the Penang version and is slightly drier, but it varies depending on whether the guy just does a new batch, or if you got the tail end of it. Pretty decent plate nonetheless.

Toa Payoh Char Kway Teow.

Super worth it! $3 for this portion??? This is not the wetter kind of char kway teow that i prefer, but this is kind of oily, and sweet at the same time. I think they added sweet sauce? On top of that, you get a reasonable amount of cockles and luo cheong. Oh, they open at around 11am and closes when they are sold out!

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 ๅ†ปๆˆ้คๅฎค 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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