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(Located at the lower floor where the ATM machines are)

PRICE: $3.50 for medium

WAITING TIME: 5 minutes on a weekday 5+pm


TYPE: Dry, not wet. Sweet, not savoury.

- Can request for no towgay
- Portion is big


There are bits of lard, cockles and Chinese sausage but the noodles lack that distinct smoky savoury quality that makes this dish outstanding, with most of its flavour coming from the sweet dark soy sauce. It’s still worth supporting such stores because you might never get to eat them again once they’re gone.

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The char kway teow today was alittle more tangy than sweet and alot more spicier than usual. Star on the plate were the crunchy beansprouts. It was a quick fry and no wokhei present.
I call this my moody plate of char kway teow.

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Recommended by the stall auntie and did not disappoint! Ordered few dishes but too hungry forgot to take picture

Used Beyond Burpple super worth it. We ordered (large size):

1) Mongolian pork ribs $20
This was superb, our favourite among all. Also a chef recommended dish

2) Salted egg chicken $18
The chicken was not boneless as expected but tasted ok

3) Fuyong egg $10
Tasted pretty standard, not bad

4) Sambal sweet potato leaves $15
Yummy, the combination was perfect. I may be biased. I love vege

Party of 5, ordered 4 rice, total damage $38.20 thanks to Beyond Burpple

Not a fancy place but a really good one if you are looking for satisfying, value for money tzi char place

If you are craving for penang kway teow, you may come to this tze char place. Not the best but taste consider nice. Their other dishes like spinacn soup and pork belly with salted fish is highly recommended.

The 1 for 1 option is only available in L size, which may be a little too much for 4 pax if redeem 2 vouchers equivalent to 4 L size dishes. So, we decided to redeem 1 voucher for 2 x L size dishes this round.

- Trio eggs Spinach Claypot $18 (L)
- Fried egg with minced pork $12 (L)

Add on additionals without voucher
- Sweet & Sour Pork $9 (S)
- Prawn paste chicken $10 (S)

Total bill: $40.40 for 4 pax.

Decent & affordable zichar option. Nothing fantastic or terrible. Pretty average. But don't mind re-visiting if we're around the area.

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Savoury sauce beehoon horfun.
Served with fried egg.

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Now can’t wait for weekends for a good rest time 😴
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The portion is very worth it for $3 and the wok hei + crispy lard is 👍🏻 Thanks @serene_shps for the recommendation 😁
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The taste is very different. This plate has the wok hei and flavourful.
Location: Dong Ji Fried Kway Teow, 51 Old Airport Road, #01-138, Singapore 390001
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One of the three Char Kway Teow stalls at old airport road hawker centre and if I still had any stomach space remaining, I would try all 3. This was my second stall in the same night but even at 9pm, the waiting time was about half an hour with 4 people ahead of me because each plate is fried individually.

It’s one of the Char Kway Teows that has so many mixed reviews of fluctuating food quality. I am not sure what’s there in a $4 plate, but in my $3 plate, there were no prawns, no cockles (really disappointing), just lots of beansprouts and egg. I commend the auntie who’s patient in frying every plate with such effort to give a nice wok hei, but personally, the dark soy sauce and sweet sauce especially were inadequate. Could do better with more. I won’t probably queue this long again for a Char Kway Teow with minimal ingredients.

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