The Best Char Kway Teow
April 18th, 2010 by niceyfemme

For our taste that is.

When we tried a popular stall of Kway Teow, the one with the long queue, we didn’t really like it. But the locals love it. So this is more suitable for our Filipino taste buds.


Turns out Char Kway Teow and Dry Beef Hor Fun which is the one we like and the one in the photo below are two different dishes. Why did I edit this just now? Forgive me. 🙂

Bee is the one who first discovered this. When most stalls were closed already, this one is still open and we’re glad he tried buying from there. We love it so much that we have this very often. Like here.

When we don’t know what to eat, we agree to just eat this again and again. At only $4.00 it’s so worth it! Big serving and a lot of strips of beef. Real yummy.

Big serving, good for two!

This is his yummy discovery.

Because we are Pinoys, we have to have rice with this dish for this to be our dinner or this could only be considered as mirienda (snack).

One of the most satisfying dinner we ever had here. We spent less than $8.00 and we’ll gladly pay more for a dish of this quality.

Now we’re home I’m missing this sooo much. First thing I’ll do once I’m back is have this again. YUM.

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4 Responses  
  • mike writes:
    May 20th, 20102:12 pmat

    the best one for me is in BEDOK
    check my site:)
    happy eating

  • niceyfemme writes:
    May 21st, 201010:38 amat

    sure will check your site thanks! will have to try that 🙂

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