Saturday, June 11, 2011
Lai Heng Fried Kway Teow
Now that was a pretty good plate of char kway teow. It may have been because I haven't had char kway teow in more than half a year, but it's still good. I believe this is the Singapore kind - it's slippery wet and more on the sweetish side. A S$3 plate will get you a huge portion. Lai Heng also hawks otah (S$1) that you can add to your noodle order.
This stall is pretty famous at Shunfu Market. According to Leslie, there is some history behind it too. Fourth generation char kway teow? I saw the daughter frying. She's not too bad.
Personally, I still prefer the drier and more savoury Malaysian-style char kway teow. But this is definitely worth trying.
LAI HENG FRIED KWAY TEOW
Blk 320 Shunfu Road
#02-20 Shunfu Mart Food Centre
Opening hours: 7am to 8pm (7am for otak; 11am for char kway teow)
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