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163 Bukit Merah Central
#02-41 163 Bukit Merah Central Market & Food Centre
Singapore 150163

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10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

One of the few stalls standing in this market on a Sunday evening. Something different in this plate from the usual char kway teow is the use of narrow kway teow instead of the usual broader ones. Personally I’d still prefer the other because it seems to be able to hold the flavour of the dish better. No lack of ingredients such as fish cake, lup cheong (Chinese sausage), cockles, egg, bean sprouts, but the overall taste was slightly sweet and lacking wok hei.

This plate of Fried Kway Teow $4 was delicious. It was fragrant and flavourful with a good balance of sweet and savoury. It would have been perfect if wok-hei was infused in it. The small pieces of crisp pork lard at the side provided even more flavour with each bite.

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Old and New School

This kway Teow was a combination of both old and new school. It had a wok smokiness and had a good balance of sweet and savoury without being too oily. In fact , this kway Teow tasted very old school .

What is new is perhaps the differentiation of using a thinner type of kway teow and and addition of lime as a condiment at the side . Doesn’t it quite remind you of a pad thai ? 😀

Perhaps a marriage of the local kway teow and pax thai . Fried Kway - thai anyone ?


PRICE: $3 for Medium (Also available in $2.50 and $3.50 portions)

QUEUE: 4 in front

WAITING TIME: 10 min at 12.30pm on a Friday

WOK HEI: ✅ Checked

SPECIAL LOVE FOR 💗: rare thin kuay teow style • all the CKT essentials are present (cockles, fish cake, Chinese sausage, fried pork lard, egg, veg) • every plate of CKT is individually fried

NOTES: Uncle fries with some kind of rhythm. Interesting to watch.

{ Possible contender for Top 3 CKT }


Averagely about 6 persons in queue but fast moving [Fried Kwey Teow S$2.50] # 02-29 (Bukit Merah Food Centre)

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Scrumptious White Carrot Cake from an unrated Fried Carrot Cake stall at Redhill Market & Food Centre. Queued closed to an hour (日夜香 stall open in morning) on an early Sunday morning.

The addition of bean sprouts goes well with the light, fluffy carrot carrot chunks and chewy egg which had that occasional crispy end.

My mum reviewed that this stall's fried carrot cake is so much better than the famous Fu Ming Carrot Cake stall at the same market. I totally agreed with her and thank you Mommy for the breakfast.