335 Smith Street
#02-32 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

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I didn’t know there was another hill street fried kway teow in Chinatown. Unlike the one at Bedok, this one was a bit low profile. I was attracted by the fragrant of the fried kway teow from a few hundred meters away. It’s not the best one I had but it had a gd amount of wok hei and old school taste. A pretty decent plate that’s worth the calories.

Not the best char kway teow (not in my top 5 at least) but certainly one of the better ones i’ve tried.

It was a joy watching the elderly couple in action, with the friendly aunty taking orders and the uncle frying each plate of char kway teow with gusto. Come support them before they are gone for good eventually.


Also available in $3 portion

WAITING TIME: 5min on Sunday early evening before 7pm

He likes it very much, and crowns this as his Top 5
I find it above average but won't fall within my Top 5

Comes with 1 prawn

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Probably the best part of the entire experience of this dish was joining the queue of old folks and watching the uncle fry each individual plate carefully. You can tell that he has perfected this dance over many many years, and his loyal fans are still coming back over the years to enjoy a plate.

It's not the best CKT ($3/$4) that you'll ever have (mediocre at best), but it's something you should experience as its a dying trade that will soon be extinct.


Hmm... is it related to the one at Bedok? Manned by an elderly couple. Old uncle, the silent one, fries the noodles with slow but swift movements. Old aunty, the friendly and vocal one, takes orders.
I will not compare their version to the Bedok one. Each has its own merits. This is less dry, less oily and not much of a wokhei. What I liked was the generous amount of eggs and beansprouts which gave the dish a nice crunch.
It is not extraordinary. But my heart goes to the elderly couple who in their golden years still toiling hard. So me being a soft-hearted kinda babe, I will certainly go back to give my support. Yes... support our pioneers!! Stall : Hill Street Charkwayteow
#02-32 Blk 335 Smith Street Hawker Centre

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