Thursday, 13 November 2014

If only the portions were better...

Queuing, Queuing, Queuing. Sometimes, queuing up for a plate of food can be kinda boring and crazy. In fact with all the training(?) queuing up for good food, I think that this is a bit too cuckoo.

'Fried Kway Teow'
Stalls selling this type of 'Fried Kway Teow' are getting lesser and
lesser. Besides for the usual 'beansprouts', 'cockles', 'chives' and
'fried egg', they have also added slices of 'Chinese Sausages'. Though
there are several other variants out there that replaces the 'Chinese
Sausages' with either slices of fish cake or nothing, but from time
to time, I still prefer this type of 'Fried Kway Teow'.

For a start, the fried cockles doesn't comes with a foul taste taste.
On top of that, the crunchy and well prepared 'beansprouts' is a (+).
Best of all, the 'Kway Teow'(Rice Noodles) has this moist and yummy
touch, which is another (+). When you mix all the ingredients together,
there's a nice mixture of tender, juicy, chewy and crunchy ingredients.
On top of that there's also a nice mix of meaty, sweet and spicy taste,
which simply makes it better and better. One thing that I don't really
like about this type of 'Fried Kway Teow' would be the portion, which
is kinda small and a big disappointment to big eaters like me. :P

So where can you give this 'Fried Kway Teow' a good try?
The name of this stall would be 'Hill Street Fried Kway Teow'(禧街炒粿條).
It's located inside 'Bedok South Market and Food Centre'.

  • Operating Hours:
    10:30 - 17:30
    (Closed on Mondays)
  • By the way, we ended up queuing up for more than 30 minutes that day. Luckily, my friend was around to help to queue up, else queuing alone for more than 30 minutes can be... -.-""
* Click here for the location of 'Bedok South Market and Food Centre' on Google Maps.

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