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This CKT is different where it’s does not have the sweet tasting dark sauce coating. The $4 portion comes with prawns and the mandatory cockles on top of the usual chinese sausages, fishcakes, eggs and beansprouts. If you are looking for a sweet and savoy CKT then this might not be the right choice for you 》$3

The stall owner does everything on his own from taking orders, frying each plate of CKT individually and collecting payment so you need to factor in more waiting time should you be in a rush for time.

For the pricing, the portion is quite generous. Though it was lacking the wok-hei fragrant, I like that it is not too sweet and well balanced. In the delicious plate of char kway teow, one can find lup cheong, egg, bean sprout, cockles and fish cake.
Lai Heng Fried Kuay Teow & Cooked Food
Shunfu Mart Food Centre
Blk 320 Shunfu Road
Singapore 570320
Nearest MRT: Marymount (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Tue-Sun: 11am - 8pm
(Closed on Mon)

Anyone who’s known me for a while will know of my predilection for orh luak (fried eggs, starch & oyster). Sadly, other than Ah Chuan who’s currently playing ‘Where’s Waldo’ with his ever changing hours, I haven’t really found any other orh luak that’s been stunningly stellar. That is until I stumbled upon Hougang Fried Oyster.

That gooey, greatly gratifying starch mixture is fried fantastically till it’s half gooey, half crispy before the egg goes in and is fried till slightly crispy and plenty fluffy. And that, ladies & gentlemen, is where the fresh, fat oysters come in. About ten of those briny, plumptious beauties are briefly fried before the whole hot mess is carelessly plated up, ready for a torrent of sharp, sourish chili sauce to drench it.

It does get too oily at the end, but there’s no denying the bountiful amounts of enjoyment derived from this ugly delicious plated for fried fabulousness. Besides, if it does get too rich at the end, just splash on more of that sapid, spicy and slightly sour chili sauce! For only five bucks, this is damn good eatin’.


Each plate of kway teow here is fried individually.
Available in three sizes ($3/$4/$5), I ordered the medium plate.
I noticed the color of the fried kway teow is not as dark as others. Due to the subdued sweetness from the sweet sauce, the savoriness stood out more. I find the kway teow well infused with a alluring wok hei.
In between mouthfuls, you get a bit of chye sim, bean sprouts, fried egg, lup cheong, pork lard and cockles.
Worthy of a mention here is the crispy pork lard which provided the occasional burst of crunchy saltiness to each mouthful of slippery noodles.
Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/08/guan-kee-fried-kway-teow-ghim-moh.html?m=1

Located at 531A Upper Cross Street, unit 02-18 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, Singapore 051531.
Fried Kway Teow, $4. Totally worth the Michelin Bib Gourmand, this plate of fried Kway Teow is so awesomely shiokkkk!! Every plate is fried to wok hei perfection, with bits of crispy pork lard and lots of cockles, beansprouts! We likes it with more egg so we will usually top up $0.50 to add more eggs to our noodles. Love that unique black sauce that’s so black with a little sweetness, making this plate so fantastic and irresistible. Mouth after mouth, we couldn’t stop feeding ourselves with it! .
Be prepared to q at least 45 mins to an hour on average on peak meal hours. If you want to avoid the crowd, you should go earlier in the morning as they open as early as 6am, closes at 3.30pm and closes on Sunday/PHs. Cravings & Tummy satisfied✔️ .
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Nothing fantastic. Decent.

Just to have your char kway teow fix as and when have cravings

My to go place for 蚝煎 located at the backyard of My hood😍
Blk 435A Hougang Ave 8
[Hougang Oyster Omelette & Fried Kway Teow]
See you there 11.11
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Reasonably priced and delicious western food. Mashed potato is smooth and tasty. Many types of sauce to choose for the main.

This plate of CKT was lacking the sinful taste it should have. Wished it was a little saltier, oilier with more egg and more flavours. More on the healthier side, it was lacking the Wok Hei.
On the other hand, the Ngor Hiang was what we would return for. Each order was based on number of pax and they didn’t allow choosing. But every item on our plate tasted great.

It’s lunch time and Michelin Bib Gourmand aside, CKT will always be our most favourite noodle dish that we are drawn to. Luckily there is no queue (we even manage to get the boss smile!! 😁...later on our IG 🤗📸)
We order $5 small size with no hum. Then commute back to Bishan (20 mins). The wok hei aroma is still in the pack. We got 2 prawns, Chinese sausage, beansprout and of course Kway Teow noodle (dry and not soak with sauce like black CKT). This is no boring CKT and we have to admit that it is well seasoned and guess pepper might be in! We will most likely come back if in Old Airport Road Food Center again! 👍

It was pretty flavorful & sweet, but I preferred my CKT to have some chilli in it. 🔥🔥 ⁣

Plates were priced $4/$5/$6/$8 and I ordered $5. ⁣
Uncle was v generous w his ingredients and cooked each plate individually. 🥰 Wah, when you bite into the cockles, you can literally taste the sea. 😂😂😂 ⁣

🍽 is 70 Zion Rd, #01-17, Zion Riverside Food Centre, Singapore 247792 ⁣

🕰 Opens daily ⁣
12.30pm-10.00pm ⁣


This plate was $4, but the portion and amount of lup cheong, fish cakes and cockles given was pretty generous.
An expert melding of lard, chili and sweet sauce delivered a robust and gratifying burst of umami and sweetness, with just the right amount of spicy oomph. Uncle's mastery also imparted a delicate kiss of smokiness from the wok — just noticeable, but not striking. Really good rendition, the best though? Not sure about that.