Monday, 15 June 2015

A lump of Fried Kway Teow...?

I don't think it's appropriate to categorize this dish by lumps but the looks of the dishes do reminds me of the word 'Lump'...

A 'Lump' of 'Fried Kway Teow'

A good plate of 'Fried Kway Teow' doesn't really need a lot of fanciful
ingredients and at the same time doesn't need too much sauce. As for the
plate of 'Fried Kway Teow' over here, besides for the Noodles and 'Kway
Teow'(Rice Noodles), the main ingredients are 'beansprout', 'fried egg'
and cockles. For a start, the 'lump' of Noodles have a moist texture, and
as you mixed it with the generous amount of 'beansprout', the crunchy and
chewy mix is a (+). Though, this dish isn't spicy enough (despite of the
fact that I have requested for more chilli), but the sweet taste of the
dish are of an acceptable level, which isn't that bad. One of the key
over here would most likely be the fat and juicy cockles that has proven
to be pretty impressive too.

So where can you give the 'Fried Kway Teow' a good try?
The name of this stall would be 'Meng Kee Char Kway Teow'(明記炒粿條).
It's located in the coffee shop beneath 'Blk 22 Havelock Road'.

Opening Hours:
  • Mondays - Saturdays: 10:30 - 19:00
    Sundays: 10:30 - 16:00

* Click here for the location of 'Blk 22 Havelock Road' on 'Google Maps'.
^ Click here for the list of delicacies that you can find and get in that area.

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