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Soup base is only peppery taste and nothing fantastic about peppery soup with curled up kway.
Was expecting thicker pork broth taste.
Definitely unlike the Singapore-style kway chap, where you’re offered a variety of meat, tofu, Veges etc.
For the signature bowl at $5, expect to go away still hungry.
We ordered various sides for sharing, Crispy pork was bland and tough, not as shiok as a well done shao rou and fish sausage is so-so, mostly fats than fish meat.
Rating: 5.5
Price: $5(signature bowl)
$6(Thai fish sausage)
📍945 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534711

The Kway Chap here is more of the peppery style (something like our bak kut teh) which is how they serve it in Thailand.

The shape of the kway was rolled up, with ingredients such as pig’s maw, lean meat, fish sausage and roasted pork (still very crispy despite being drowned in the soup) swimming in the peppery broth. Best to have in a rainy weather!

They are open till late too, so this is also a good supper option if you’re in the area and craving for some hot pipping bowl of soup.

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1st time to try. The dry pepper is very very spicy!