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20 Ghim Moh Road
#01-19 Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre
Singapore 270020

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Saturday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
09:00am - 02:30pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 02:30pm

Thursday:
Closed

Friday:
08:00am - 02:30pm

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Located at 20, Ghim Moh Rd, stall 01-19, Singapore 270020.
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Fried Kway Teow, $3/$4/$5. Known as Ghim Moh Fried Kway Teow, has recently be listed in Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore 2019! Yayyy! .
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Living up to Ghim Moh Gems stalls, they are one of those stall that has the longest q in the hawker so it’s very hard to be missed! It’s mouth-watering and fried fragrantly with a decent wok-hei taste, sooooo shiok! Fried generous with eggs, cockles, fried pork lard and Chinese sausage!! .
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We would definitely beat the 45min q for this plate of fried Kway Teow again! .
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Opens 4 times a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 7am-2pm! .
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Each plate of kway teow here is fried individually.
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Available in three sizes ($3/$4/$5), I ordered the medium plate.
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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.
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In between mouthfuls, you get a bit of chye sim, bean sprouts, fried egg, lup cheong, pork lard and cockles.
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Worthy of a mention here is the crispy pork lard which provided the occasional burst of crunchy saltiness to each mouthful of slippery noodles.
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Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/08/guan-kee-fried-kway-teow-ghim-moh.html?m=1

This char kway teow was LOADED with lots of crispy lard, cockles, lap cheong, fishcake, and other ingredients. The amount of lard inside explained why the char kway teow was so fragrant!

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/guan-kee-fried-kway-teow/

Perhaps the longest queue in the entire hawker centre. Its unforgivingly large portion of pork lard is the signature of this plate of noodles. It deserves a try for anyone who works near the area, you will only regret not ordering a bigger plate.

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The line looks daunting, but having eaten here repeatedly as I live around the area, I have never waited longer than 30 minutes. Sometimes I even luck out and the store is still open at 3pm, but from experience i would say come during lunch time to avoid being disappointed! (They're not open at night)

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Prices are at $3/$4/$5 a plate. On the first mouthful, this Fried Kway Teow ($4) may undermine the stall's strong queue as the wok hei of the fried kway teow is slightly lesser than others of its trade, but its flavour easily overwhelms that and keeps the long queue standing strong. The noodles are slippery, slurpy and comes with generous amounts of lard and cockles!

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