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Definitely one of the better Char Kway Teow in Singapore. This one is the drier type. The owner can give you fresh cockles on top of your CKT if you ask for it. The lard bits added more flavour to the dish. You also get a couple of pieces of Chinese sausage and fish cakes

Strongly recommend if you happen to be in the northern parts of Singapore.

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Oyster omelette (S) $5.50
Got $6.50 option

This should be one of the best oyster omlettes I've ever had. The texture is crispy and soft and gooey at the same time. And the oysters are not smelly.

Only hope for chilli to be stronger.

Oyster omelette is made by the uncle.
Wanna try the char kway teow by the auntie next time.

For us, it was a real hit as we enjoy dark sauce (the more the merrier!) although some might find it too sweet for their liking. Nonetheless, if you choose every spoonful carefully, you will see that there is plenty of pork lard to go around! The savoury fragrance of the lard helps to balance the sweetness of the Char Kway Teow.

Read more at: kopiwaffles.com/ang-mo-kio-char-kway-teow/

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This plate of char kway teow is surprisingly “healthy” tasting..? The flavours weren’t heavy on the lard. It wasn’t very salty or oily either, though you can still taste the wok hey. I guess you sacrifice tastiness for healthy eating - though I think I still prefer my char kway teow much more flavourful and unavoidably more unhealthy. After all, it is a sinful dish to begin with, so why not indulge yourself while you’re at it?

We visited on a Sunday in the early evening (slightly before the peak dinner crowd) and there wasn’t too much of a queue or wait which was honestly the biggest draw for us!

I didn't mean to eat this again, but it is what it is. It's better than I remember it. Wet and wok hei. The cockles super raw lol.

Clean tasting and guilt-free for those who are health conscious. This is supposedly the healthier version of CKT with vegetables, no Chinese sausage (lup cheong) and no pork/lard. It comes with the usual cockles, prawns and egg, topped with chye sim and crunchy fried whitebait. The vegetables were blanched and tasted rather bland on their own. A portion also seems to be smaller compared to any other stall. Add-on ingredients are also available for cockles, prawns, fried whitebait and vegetables for $0.50 - $1.50. Eggs are however not available as an add-on option 》$4.20 / Small

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We really liked it. There is some wok hey flavour which we enjoyed most.

Read a lot about this CKT stall in Smith Street Chinatown Food Center so I finally had to came and try it. Arriving at 2pm, the queue in front of me was about 10 patrons. Took about 30 mins to get to me as uncle fries each order separately and in between, he pre-fries a batch of noodles and kway teow with soya sauce.

Ordered the $4 portion. Not allowed to add anything like eggs or cockles. Sad.

The CKT is something in between wet and dry types. A little bit of wok heat and the taste is more savoury than sweet. You get about 6 cockles, 1 tail-on shrimp, a few pieces of Chinese sausage. No chives or fish cakes.

All in, it’s just an above average plate of CKT.

The never-ending queue is the reason why this has been on my wish list forever. I knew it was finally time for me to try when I was early on a weekday morning for work. This has got to be one of the shiokiest CKT in SG. The CKT served here leans towards sweet and savoury with a good amount of crunchy bean sprouts in there. Very sinful and definitely worth the cholesterol 》$4

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It’s more healthier than usual CKT, as if not too oily, comes with a lot of veggie, and prawns. The ckt have light wok hei.
📍91 Fried Kway Teow Mee.
Golden Mile Food Centre,#01-91