49A Serangoon Garden Way
#01-21 Serangoon Garden Market
Singapore 555945

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08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm


08:00am - 03:00pm

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My favourite kway chap. Tried many stalls. This is the best. The kway was smooth and soft. The soup was soothing and light. The meat and organ meats were tender and delicious. No porky or gamey taste. Very well prepared and cleaned. Expect long queue and waiting time. The meat and organ meats were cut and served only when ordered. It’s worth the wait. No regrets. Definitely will eat again.

Kway Chap is kinda a dying trade because it takes a lot of time to clean the pork cuts and offals to rid it of the gamey taste. That's what separates the good from the average as most stalls use a very heavy and salty braising sauce to mask the gamey taste.

Garden Street's braising sauce is light and easy on the palate. Yet, there is only a very subtle hint of gameyness in their pork cuts and offals. I love how their pork cuts and offals are tender, spring and bouncy. I mean, just see how their pork skin is so translucent and yet QQ.

If kway Chap often puts you off because of the gamey taste, you should check Garden Street out and be prepared to be blown away by the different textures and mouthfeel of the various pork cuts and offals.

Garden Street Kway Chap occupies a corner at the Serangoon Gardens FC. There is often a long queue waiting for the delicious pig offal offerings which tend to deter me.

I got in line one morning when the queue was relatively short. However, the queue was slow moving as the owner insists on preparing, cutting and arranging his food meticulously and nicely. What is more interesting is that the owner has a separate pot for different types of cuts. I assume this may be because each cut has a slightly different type of preparation and cooking time.

Their offerings include pork belly, lean pork, pig skin, pig stomach, pig skin and pig intestines. They have also helpfully printed out order sheets which you can refer to and use to order!

Garden Street Kway Chap is probably my new favourite kway chap spot. Ingredients are fresh and it’s surprisingly light. Ironically I didn’t get any offals from here and instead opted for their pork belly set. I’ll try their intestines next time.

served thin, smooth kway chap with quite tender meat, clean intestines, tender pork skin, egg and tofu.
📍Garden Street Kway Chap.
49A Serangoon Garden way #01-21

We really waited 45 mins in the queue for this Kway Chap but boy was it worth it!

You can actually see how silky and clear the noodles are in the bowls and how it is swimming in that broth. It’s topped with fried shallots and Chinese parsley for extra flavour.

For the ingredients, we went for slices of the Pork Belly, Tau Kwa, Fishcake, Hard Boiled Eggs, and some of the innards. Everything was so tasty and the meat was tender and a good balance of meaty and fatty. It all goes great with their chili but I do wish there was more soup available. The noodles do soak up the soup quite quickly so it’s best eaten right away.

After trying this, I now understand why there’s always a queue at this stall because they do live up to the fame and hype. Even at 8/9am there is a queue!