531A Upper Cross Street
#02-17 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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Thursday:
06:00am - 03:30pm

Friday:
06:00am - 03:30pm

Saturday:
06:00am - 03:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
06:00am - 03:30pm

Tuesday:
06:00am - 03:30pm

Wednesday:
06:00am - 03:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Got the $5 plate to share! Second time having this - we thought it was very average the first time we had it (attributed it to the fact that we didn’t have it piping hot), so we gave it another go. Felt that it was better this time. It was slightly wet but not soggy - I liked the sweetness from the dark sauce, and the egg that was incorporated in gave it an additional richness. Would prefer to have some egg bits to bite on tho, instead of it being fully mixed in; and perhaps a touch more smokiness/wokhei. I don’t eat ckt often bc of how unhealthy it is, so when I do I would like to maximise the enjoyment. But for those who eat it more regularly, I think this is a good option because it is tasty but doesn’t feel *too* sinful.

I don't think this is the *best* ckt I’ve had, but it still is a nice plate of ckt. I don’t mind queueing up for it if it’s a 15-20mins wait!

This is one of the best fried kway teow in Singapore! You can literally smell the dish when you are walking with it back to your seat. For $4, the dish included a generous serving of cockles! Would strongly suggest having this for breakfast, as the queue at lunchtime can be insane (>1 hour).

The queue was not as long as I remembered. The cockles are so small these days I’m not sure adding an extra portion does it for me. Still has the same wok hei as before. The noodles are still moist and flavourful. Couldn’t find any egg in my plate though. The crispy lard was not in abundance but existed.

If I have to queue, I’ll go to Ghim Moh for my CKT in future.

Rightfully awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand, the man behind the fiery wok is a legendary hawker himself and has been frying plates and plates of char kway teow for decades. With no disciple in sight or anyone to take over, all of us have no clue when he decides to call it a day. Hence, do drop by the stall, get in the queue and order up a plate of Singapore heritage before it’s all gone. Never mind if it’s not healthier choice, just savour the moment that we are able to taste an excellent plate of char kway teow with wok hei and the umami goodness now.
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✨ Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee
📍 531A Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, Unit 02-17, Singapore 051531
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Tend to shy away from char kway teow coz we’re just not a huge fan of yellow noodles and bean sprouts. But this ckt is something we would gladly have, calories be damned😌 Haven’t had many ckt but we love this plate - greasy, flavourful, full of ingredients and pork lard. You could see the glistening oil and shine on the empty plate! The noodles were evenly coated in moist egg unlike some other stalls where the egg is just not that well distributed☹️. We dabao-ed this time but will definitely be back to have it there, piping hot out of the wok!!

Come at 9am, 930 will have a queue of 10 ppl alr

It's so different you cant judge by normal CKT standards. The wok hei is decent, and it's v soft and flavourful. Chili was shiok as well, the heat is real. Without the heat it's really comfort food haha. I certainly enjoyed my plate, but maybe not to the extent of queueing 45mins normally. It's very unique, not necessarily much better than a good plate somewhere else

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