Top 10 Places for Char Kway Teow

Top 10 places for Char Kway Teow

Latest Reviews for Char Kway Teow

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Char Kway Teow

Really love the thick pastry base, one bite in and you’re already in heaven. The accompanying egg custard filling was nothing short of amazing - fragrant, wobbly and silky smooth.
SL II muffins are a definite must-buy. We had the banana-walnut muffin ($1.50, my goodness, where can you find tasty delights at such prices?!). Studded with walnuts and banana slices embedded within, their muffins are soft, fluffy and thankfully not too sweet. We were told that they are butter and margarine-free, so that surely gives a peace of mind if you’d like 2 instead of 1!
I have heard really good stuff about their coconut tarts and cannot wait to try them one day!!
SL II Muffin
Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
531A Upper Cross Street
Singapore 051531
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They only used the flat rice noodles which soaked up all the flavors from fresh seafood such as cockles and prawns. There are also lup cheong, bean sprouts, fish cakes, chives and pork lard mixed in all the goodness. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Simply the best char kway teow in Singapore!Mouthfuls of sinful goodness accompanied by just the right amounts of lard crisps, fresh cockles and chinese cured sausage slices. Magical concoction of complex flavours.

Outram Park Fried Kway Teow
Hong Lim Food Centre

Would it be a heresy to say that char kway teow is not oily at all ?

This is my papa’s favourite char kway teow and I can see why. It has such a well balanced and deep ( hum) flavour without being overly sweet or salty. It was definitely not oily ( How is that even possible ???🤪)
The Kway Teow was also QQ and there were little fried lard bits within the kway teow that added a nice Smokey flavour :)

You can request for your plate of fried kway Teow to be “ cooked by water 💦 “ .. they call that “ Sui Cao “ in Cantonese meaning using water to “ fry”.

The queue moves fast so don’t be disheartened when you see a long queue .

Located at 531A Upper Cross Street, #02-17 Hong Lim Food Centre, Singapore 051531. One of the most Famous, Popular Stall in Hong Lim Food Centre! They have recently raised their prices to $4/plate and additional $0.50 for extra egg and $2 for extra cockles. Since the increase, the portion had also increased quite a bit! A heavenly good plate of Char Kway Tiao, I would say probably one of the best in Singapore! Definitely worth the calories as it’s wok-fried fragrantly with plenty of egg, it’s not overly greasy too, and cockles aren’t over-cooked! Everything is so FANTASTIC!! The Uncle specialty is that he dances as he fried the kway tiao away! So cool! Operating hours: 6.30-3.30pm. Be prepare to join the Long Q during the busy lunchtime. If this isn’t your Favourite, do share with us yours favourite too we would love to hear it. #hungryunicornsg #outramparkfriedkwayteowmee #outramparkcharkwayteow #friedkwaytiao #charkwaytiao #honglimfoodcentre

Here, the Kway Teow is drenched with a very intense garlicky eggy sauce. If you are a garlic fan, you will love this. They are also very generous with their ingredients. Lots of cockles, Lup Cheong and fishcake. Ever since Lavender Fatty Heng closed down, this is one of the last few stalls serving a wet version of this dish. With the Marine Parade Food Center closing for renovation at the end of the month for about a year, I hope they will be able to find a new home soon.

I have to agree with most people that this stall really served one of the best char koay teow in Singapore. Please prepare to queue as the stall helmed by uncle himself only most of the time. But trust me m, it definitely worth your time waiting.

This CKT was on the sweet side. Nice wok hei. Hubby forgot to ask for extra chili, so spicy level not enough for me. Good news for cockle fans. They gave ALOT, which was very wasted on us cos we asked for no cockles. One of the good ones out there, but not in my top 5.

Queue not too long at 2.30pm on a Friday. I waited a decent 15 mins only. Asked for more chili, no cockles and added egg for 50 cents. For $5, I thot it was a pretty small plate. But it was powerful in taste. The chili was great. Didn’t have the lap cheong that I don’t like so I was happy. Superb wok hei. It was a bit wet for my liking but acceptable. I really really liked this, thou I could do with more pork lard. Hubby declared this has taken the crown from the one at Zion Road. But I can’t decide. I need to eat them again. 🤤

I would even say Hai Kee would even belong in the top 5 stalls in Singapore. One of their key signature would be that every plate of Kway Teow is cooked to order individually. I love the char and wok hei he imparts to each plate. He's very generous with the cockles as well. Hai Kee is definitely a hawker legend. Definitely worth a visit while you still can.