70 Zion Road
#01-17 Zion Riverside Food Centre
Singapore 247792

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm


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From the Burpple community

😍 Char Kway Teow cravings satisfied. First time trying this popular CKT.

Ordered their largest portion at S$6 which is suitable for 2 persons to share.

Taste was good, neither overly sweet or salty to me. The kway teow and noodles are fried in dark sauce with cockles, eggs, pork lard pieces, lup cheong, fishcake, beans sprout. Expect long queue for this.

[Temporary located at Chinatown Complex Food Centre as the Zion Riverside Food Centre is currently under renovation]

No.18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow (02-25) - Temp location
Chinatown Complex Food Centre
335 Smith Street
Singapore 050335

Once in awhile, it’s nice to give yourself an artery clogging treat of char kway teow. Where’s your favourite char kway teow?

You can’t miss No. 18 Zion Road Char Kway Teow (01-17) if you enter the hawker centre from the main road as there’s usually a long queue.
Three sizes are available: $4/6/8. If you’re having it by yourself, the $4 portion (pictured) is sufficient as the portion is rather generous.

What’s nice about this char kway teow is that it retained its flavour when I had it as a takeaway. I was greeted by a good wok hei flavour (although I’ve read that it can be rather inconsistent) and it’s not too sweet and salty and oily. On the wet to dry scale, it deviates more to the dry side which is what I prefer for char kway teow.

You’ll get a good mix of ingredients including cockles (hum), fish cake, lup cheong (Chinese sausage), eggs, beansprouts and Chinese chives (ku chai). I’d appreciate it if there was a little more lard bits as I enjoy eating those little artery clogging bits.

This plate of CKT was lacking the sinful taste it should have. Wished it was a little saltier, oilier with more egg and more flavours. More on the healthier side, it was lacking the Wok Hei.
On the other hand, the Ngor Hiang was what we would return for. Each order was based on number of pax and they didn’t allow choosing. But every item on our plate tasted great.

It was pretty flavorful & sweet, but I preferred my CKT to have some chilli in it. 🔥🔥 ⁣

Plates were priced $4/$5/$6/$8 and I ordered $5. ⁣
Uncle was v generous w his ingredients and cooked each plate individually. 🥰 Wah, when you bite into the cockles, you can literally taste the sea. 😂😂😂 ⁣

🍽 is 70 Zion Rd, #01-17, Zion Riverside Food Centre, Singapore 247792 ⁣

🕰 Opens daily ⁣
12.30pm-10.00pm ⁣


This plate was $4, but the portion and amount of lup cheong, fish cakes and cockles given was pretty generous.
An expert melding of lard, chili and sweet sauce delivered a robust and gratifying burst of umami and sweetness, with just the right amount of spicy oomph. Uncle's mastery also imparted a delicate kiss of smokiness from the wok — just noticeable, but not striking. Really good rendition, the best though? Not sure about that.

Ranked as one of the best char kway teows in Singapore, this stall always has a long queue at Zion Food Centre. The portion is definitely generous; with a good amount of fishcake, beansprouts, chinese sausage, pork lard and fresh cockles! Overall the taste is really yummy; it has a right balance of sweet and savoury filled with a strong wok hei flavour. Definitely a must try if you’re in the area and have time to spare (cos of the long waiting time).