51 Old Airport Road
#01-135/136 Old Airport Road Food Centre
Singapore 390051

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Saturday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

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From To-Ricos
Added pigs skin and preserved vegetables.
Loved the intestines texture, sliced lean pork also not bad.
Well organised speedy service even on peak dining hours.
Recommended.

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Finally managed to try their kway chap when their operating hours always clashed with me. The queue was quite long on a weekend lunch hour but they serve pretty fast.

My favourite part goes to their intestines which are well braised, chewy and cut into large pieces. The innards are well cleaned and braised till tender. The kway broth was lightly flavoured with slight herbal notes but I prefer it to have more flavours to it 》$13.20 / 2 Pax

Decided to join the long queue to try this famous Kway chap.

Got their mixed platter for 3 people ($14) and 3 bowls of Kway chap ($0.80).

The mixed platter consist of pig's large intestine, pork meat, tau Kwa, Tau pok and braised egg. Each item was not bad and I like how the intestine did not have any smell and did not taste bitter.

The noodles were silky and paired with a mildly flavoured soup.

Overall I would say the Kway chap is good. However I feel that it's not worth the long wait.

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There are a few renowned kway chap stalls locally and one of them happens to be in a popular hawker centre in Singapore. They go by either To-Ricos or Blanco Court Kway Chap to many, and you have to queue in line especially during peak hours. The kway chap here is not the medicinal or herbal kind as the braise is sightly on the lighter side. What gives them the edge over others is how thoroughly cleaned the innards are and they come without the funky smell, and in a generous portion as well, considering that the 1 pax set costs $5 and my plate has an addition add-on of $0.80 for the pig skin. The winning factor for me has got to that chilli dipping sauce as it is tangy with the perfect spicy kick. However, in terms of overall, still not my favourite kway chap.
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✨ To-Ricos Guo Shi - Blanco Court Kway Chap
📍 51 Old Airport Road, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Unit 01-135, Singapore 390051
🍴 [Self Funded]

Personally I’ve higher expectation on the dish
since it’s included in the Michelin guide. In my opinion the flavour of the gravy is very subtle. No ‘kick’ factor when you taste the soup. Although the ‘kway’ is smooth and silky.

I ordered a customised portion with pig trotter and tau kwa (white tofu). Although the pig skin trotter is tender which due to long hour cooking, the meat not as tender as I expected. It’s same as home cooking.

Unfortunately, their chili isn’t add a kick flavour here. It’s just flat taste for dipping purpose (not spicy at all).

Overall, it’s a good try for those who are curious, but lower down your expectation. Side note, all menu is in Mandarin.

If you want basic portion, just tell them set kway chap for 1-2 person.

Add on:
pig trotters $5
big intestines $4
pig’s stomach $4
pork belly $4
pig skin $1-2
tau kwa $0.80
braised eggs $0.60

The distinctive smell of innards was present, but surprisingly wasn’t off-putting. They did a good job in cleaning the parts.

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