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The char kway teow was a heavenly aromatic mess of noodles, fish cake slices, beansprouts and pork lard with a couple of hum (cockles) thrown into the mix.

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Been some time since I've had a char kway teow, and this is not too bad! The $4 portion is neither too sweet nor too salty and the cockles within are really fresh! Probably the only gripe is that the portion is a little small 🤣

The Char Kway Teow was big portion, the flavour towards to sweet, the wok hei quite strong, served with fish cake, cockles and pork lard (it’s crispy and very juicy 🤩)
💰$4.5
📍Ang Mo Kio Fried Kway Teow.
Blk 724 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, #01-28.

So pleasantly surprised, this was pretty damn good. Please eat it piping hot!! So shiok - there’s wokhei, it’s v flavourful, kwayteow wasn’t soggy even tho it was a takeaway! We ordered non-spicy but it was kinda still spicy, though it was a nice tingle of spiciness on the tongue! The only thing that could be improved on was the quality of the lapcheong, it was quite meh. But everything else was great!!

It is usually a good idea to follow the queues at the hawker centre if you are not sure what's good though it may backfire at times.

There was a rather long line at Bendemeer Fresh Cockles Fried Kway Teow at Teck Ghee Court FC when I was there two weekends ago. The wait was approximately 20 minutes and for $4.50, we got a somewhat small plate of CKT.

Maybe I was expecting more considering the wait. The CKT was decent and a little on the bland side.

I think It is time to sate my CKT craving soon with my favourite wet gooey ugly delicious messy plate of CKT from Hong Lim :)

Decent Char kway teow,with light wok hei and not too sweet
I enjoyed more their Mee Tai Mak.
💰$3.
📍Shi De Fu Fried Kway Teow.
347 Ang Mo kio ave 3

Fried 老鼠粉,more vege , fresh hum and sliced fish cakes. This time not so dry anymore , damp moisture . Comfy in my tummy 👍🏻
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For me a good plate of char kway teow must have a strong wok hei taste, and they do it very well here. Each sinful wok hei laden plate is loaded with cockles & lap cheong (chinese sausages); certainly worth the calories in my opinion.

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Besides char kway teow, the auntie at this stall also fries it with bee hoon or mee tai mak. Overall, it’s a decent plate of ckt but a tad too sweet for my liking.

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It’s warm & wet . Ingredients are suffice - Fresh cockles , lup cheong and they gave me more caixin ✌🏼 .
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It’s my fav place for CKT!

It’s more moist than most but not till wet like 老夫子(old airport road).
Every bit of noodle and kway Teow is cover with the black sauce as well as the pork lard. Which makes every mouth so tasteful. It may be moist but still pack with wok hei, which requires great skill.

Have been having it’s since schooling days. Still my fav!

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