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945 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534711

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11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

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I liked how its broth is slightly toned down and less peppery than the bkk one i remembered (where i struggled to get by) and reminiscent of bakkuteh. My favourite part got to be how the roast pork remains ever so crispy in the soup, they must have mastered the magic how. The fish sausage and pork belly is good too (no innards for me)

The chefs learnt this from the bkk yaowarat kuaychap. In an air-conned setting and with thai music playing the background, its a comfy setting to enjoy this dish - esp come supper time. I came here during lunch and its spacious :)

$5 for regular

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The kway is also rolled up instead of being flat, which has a more delectable textural bite. In the bowl, one can find ingredients such pig stomach, roasted pork, pork slices and Thai sausage. However I find that it is not as peppery as the one I had in Bangkok.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/03/yaowarat-thai-kway-chap-upper-serangoon.html
Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap
945 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534711
Tel: +65 88225637
Nearest MRT: Kovan (NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11am - 130am


The Upper Serangoon Road stretch has so much variety of food that I needed to try and this was one of them! Queue can get really long during meal timings.

What’s intriguing is the shape of the kway, which comes rolled up. I actually quite enjoyed it this way, as with each scoop, more broth comes together in each roll. Easily slurped them up and finished in no time. The broth was very peppery, akin to a peppery bak kut teh broth. Other ingredients in the soup included pig’s maw, lean meat, roasted pork (skin was still crackling crispy even when thrown into soup!) and a savoury fish sausage which was similar to the Chinese sausage. Was it only me who thinks that the portion was a little small? Anyway, perfect choice on a rainy day!