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Fave Hawker Fare

Fave Hawker Fare

Featuring Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, 133 Penang Authentic (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre), 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles (Tekka Centre)
Catherine Ling
Catherine Ling
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Warning: Unhealthy Content.
Pork lard oil, LOTS of it, is used to fry this plate of "wok hei"-perfumed Penang Char Koay Teow. Seriously, how can other cooking oils even begin to compare?! Like duh 🙄

But in the past, it was one of the poor people delicacies. Preparing organs takes much more effort than normal cut of meat.
Washing, cutting and cooking the organs might take hours. However, the kind of fattiness and texture can't be find easily in other part of meat.
This entire set only costed S$3.90! Super worth eating. Every single ingredient was fully flavored with the gravy (卤汁). One mouth of the guotiao (粿条), one mouth of the soup and finish with any of the stewed ingredient. Prefect!!! Hai Fa Kway Chap
Bedok Central Food Centre
207 New Upper Changi Road #01-67
S460207
Tel: 64443963
Mon - Sun: 7am to 3pm (Closed on Tue)

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