Thursday, October 7, 2010

Outram Park Fried Kway Teow - Hong Lim Complex

Was told this place cooks one of the finer Fried(Char) Kway Teow here in Singapore. Located in the Hong Lim Complex, this place is now temporarily at the improvised Hawker center at Hong Lim Park. After numerous failed attempts of coming here and sadly the stall was closed. THey dont serve dinner and are closed on Sundays. Greeting you when you show up at their stall are 3 ladies asking what you want and where you are seated. So there is no visible queue , but the waiting time is at least 15-20 minutes if you are lucky. Soemtimes it can go close to half an hour during peak times.
Here is a plate of 3 dollar Kway Teow. Mixture of thick and thin noodles, tossed in a sweet savory sauce with lots of cockles and sliced cuttlefish cake and of course. LARD!!!:)
Not much egg though, but the dish was done every well. Would like it to be have more of a charred taste to it., but nevertheless, it was savory and delicious. Truly one of the finer Char Kway Teow in this little island.

1 comment:

  1. I'm not a huge cockle fan but that looks incredible. Must try it next time I'm in Singapore, which hopefully should be soon :)