10 Sengkang Square
Singapore 544829

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[$5] pretty expensive for what it was HAHA. Chill sauce was overpowering the rest of the flavour. Get the soup banmian instead! Or head over to the Kopitiam at compass one for better ban mian 🤪

Original fried rice really does taste like DTF’s, but with a tougher pork cutlet. Waited ~30 mins on a weekday (1pm) but wouldn’t queue longer than that for this :P

One of my fav stalls at this Kopitiam. Sambal salted egg sauce was very thick and flavourful, and tasted more like a salted egg sauce with curry mixed together. Chicken stayed crispy even after mixing together with the sauce 👍🏾 rly filling, so I would recommend it if only you’re feeling very hungry, although the flavours can get very boring and gelat after a while

PRICE: $4

WAITING TIME: ~5 mins on a Sunday evening
[Gave up on King of Fried Rice cos the wait was 1.5hr loooong. Went to its neighbouring stall instead. No regrets.]

REMARKS:
- savoury type of fried kway teow
- very eggy
- kinda like penang char kway teow

WILL WE RETURN? Yes

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PRICE: $4

STALL: Uh, same row as King of Fried Rice, facing the road, near the ATM

WAITING TIME: ~ 5 mins on a Sunday evening
[King of Fried Rice's waiting time was a shocking 1.5hour long so we found ourselves better options]

REMARKS:
- 3 thick slices of melt-in-your-mouth pork belly
- option to choose the type of noodles
- comes with prawn soup
- really really loved it

WILL WE RETURN? YES

From Old Bugis Kway Chap. This dish is basically a gooey version of kway topped with the usual kway. A bit sour and the pig skin was tough, but overall very good.

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