Hill Street Char Kway Teow
By Editor | Updated on March 26, 2016
Coming to Singapore’s fried kway teow, Hill Street Char Kway Teow is often the first name to pop up in people’s mind. This food stall made its fame since it was located at Hill Street. These day, we can find this over-40-year-old fried kway teow stall at Bedok South Road Market & Food Centre.
What are so special
The distinctive flavor of “wok hay” and the enticing crunchy pork lard differentiate Hill Street’s fried kway teow from the rest’s. Specially, the alluring smoky flavor, imparted to the kway teow by a very hot wok is what makes your dish. We know that the fried lard is sinful, but who can resist the lure of the crunchy pork lard in the Hill Street’s fried kway teow, which adds a heavenly flavor to the whole plate.
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Hill Street Char Kway Teow’s ingredients
Kway teow (flat rice & egg noodles), cockles, lup cheong (Chinese sausage), eggs, bean sprouts, Chinese chives, black soya sauce, and crispy pork lard.
Using of lard
There are usually two portion sizes on offer, priced at S$3.00 and S$4.00 but still possible for big eaters to order a five-dollar plate.
How to get there
Bus lines: 12, 38 and 229 (Walking 1 mins from bus stop B84119)
Nearest MRT station: Bedok MRT (EW5) (Walking 12 mins from Exit B to here)
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