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From the Burpple community

This food court has been reopened as Kimly Coffee Shop with a must vibrant kind of interior.

But most the stalls here retain, including this popular kway chap stall that always attracting long queue.

Tao Payoh Kway Chap is one the best kway chap you can find in Tampines, although the stall name may confuse you with Toa Payoh.

For individual portion, I would say is good enough with all the ingredients given.


Situated at Blk 826 Tampines Kopi Point is this hokkien mee store which leaves its traces on many tables. These umami noodles were sufficiently 'eggy', just damp enough and super slurp worthy. The dark colour of the zhup is almost a testament to the quality of the noodles!


Situated beside a supposedly famous hokkien mee store is this little Claypot rice store. It sells just claypot rice and a few types of Chinese soups, most of which ran out by the time I got over at 7+pm.

We ordered the $13 portion (2 person), which was supposed to be the version with more ingredients. For those with a smaller appetite, the $10 portion (2 person) would be more than enough.

Overall, I enjoyed the dish for its tender chicken, sufficient amount of burnt rice (+ it is easy to scrape off) and the spicy chili served on the side that went super well with the dish.


Chicken Claypot Rice with the traditional ingredients - salted fish, Chinese sausages, Chinese liver sausages, Cai Xin vegetables and chicken meat. Freshly cooked to perfection in the Claypot, as you place your order. Therefore, there's a waiting time of at least 20 minutes. S$10 serves 2, and S$13 with added ingredients. They literally added more ingredients but not rice. Enjoy.


Kway Chap - are you a lover or hater? I love it! ☺

826 Tampines Street 81
Singapore 520826
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