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945 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534711

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Monday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Wednesday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Friday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 02:00am

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From the Burpple community

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!

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This piping hot bowl of Signature Thai Kway Chap ($5) is our definition of a comforting meal! Unlike the strong herbal taste which we are all familiar with, the Thai-style is peppery and empowering. It feels like a more intense version of bak kut teh or pig organ soup with its prominent spice taste. Although it numbs my tongue, I couldn't help but slurp up the entire bowl!
Their signature bowl comes with an array of ingredients - Thai-style sausage, thinly sliced pork, pork stomach and roasted pork belly. There was nothing much to shout about for the ingredients in the soup, although it did fill my belly up 🤔 The small size of the rice rolls made it easy to slurp everything up, albeit I would very much prefer the usual rectangular sheets as the rice rolls did not give me much kway chap "feels" with its small bite 😔

We also ordered their side of roasted pork belly ($6) to complete our meal. Upon taking our first bite, a loud crackling sound resonated between us 😂 We love how it is not overly greasy, and the skin was satisfyingly thick and crunchy. Most importantly, the pork belly achieved the golden ratio of fat to meat! It might get a little dry after a while, so pair it with the soupy Kway Chap and the problem will be solved. It's definitely a must-order here!

Overall, we love the ambience of the place as it was well-lit, and it was a comfortable setting for a meal. Furthermore, it is located just a stone's throw from Kovan MRT. We would definitely be back again for a fuss-free and inexpensive dinner after work!

The ANTicipated scale ⚖
👅Flavour: 8 ants
💰Value: 8 ants
📍Convenience: 8 ants

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PRICE: $5 for Signature Thai Kway Chap

WAITING TIME: Quite a number of tables filled up past midnight on a weekend but they served the bowls to the table within 5 minutes

NOTES:
- Peppery broth. Might be spicy to those with low tolerance. I LOVE IT and finished EVERY DROP of it.
- Comes loaded with 2 pieces of roast pork belly, 2 pieces of pork stomach, 4 slices of sausage and a lot of thinly sliced pork meat
- Shall request mine to be served without coriander next time to facilitate easier slurping of soup

WILL WE RETURN? YESSSS