Hai Kee Teochew Cha Kuay Teow (Telok Blangah Crescent Market) | Burpple - 22 Reviews - Telok Blangah, Singapore

11 Telok Blangah Crescent
#01-102 Telok Blangah Crescent Market & Food Centre
Singapore 090011

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The serving of the glistering plate of noodles was quite generous. It strikes a very well balanced sweet and savoury taste. Noodles were moist and coupled with ingredients like eggs, cockles, bean sprouts and pork lards. Wok Hei taste was not very obvious but decent. The handful of cockles was small, yet juicy and plump. It's always believed that a good plate of Char Kway Teow is made up of some blood cockles to elevate the plate of delicacy.

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With more than 50 years of experience, the friendly uncle at Hai Kee used to be from Margaret Drive Food Centre and many regulars have been eating this since young…😄

Frying this up 1 plate at a time, be prepared to queue at least 30-45 minutes even if there’s just 5-10 customers in line.

👉Char Kway Teow - SGD4.50/5

Smokey yet moist at the same time. For this SGD5 plate, I must say the portion was pretty generous and there was a good number of plump juicy cockles(hum). If lucky, you might dig up a few huge crunchy pork lard!😋

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Hai Kee Teochew Cha Kuay Teow
Telok Blangah Crescent Market & Food Centre
11 Telok Blangah Cres 01-102, S090011
🕘4.30PM-9PM (Closed on Sunday)

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In the relatively quiet evenings, this stall attracts long queues of 45 minutes or more, all patiently waiting for hawker master Loh Kwee Leng as he masterfully fries each order, one at a time, 4 minutes per plate, as he's done since 1967.
Expertly controlling the fire and evenly searing the kway teow / wide flat rice noodles and long cylindrical yellow wheat noodles, garnished simply with fresh plump blood cockles, crisp bean sprouts, crunchy pork lard, and gooey beaten egg.
No fish cake or lup cheong / dried cured pork sausage here, yet the wet messy plate of oily decadent goodness carries comforting and robust smoky savoury sweet salty eggy flavours.
Typically regarded among the best traditional renditions in Singapore.
Char Kway Teow
Hai Kee Teochew Cha Kuay Teow
@ Telok Blangah Crescent Block 11 Market And Food Centre, 11 Telok Blangah Crescent #01-102
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It’s Hai Kee Teochew Char Kway Teow, located at Telok Blangah Crescent Food centre.
The uncle cooked one by one, so the queue is quite long and move slowly.
The char kway teow was good, moist with light wok hei, slightly sweet, and served with cockles and very crisp pork lard (how to say no to pork lard 😋)
If I around this area, definitely i will eat this again.
📍Hai Kee Teochew Char Kway Teow.
11 Telok Blangah Crescent #01-102.
Singapore 090011

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Finally checked this char kway teow off my hawker to try list! We queued for around 1 hour for our food (cos uncle meticulously fry each plate of noodles one at a time), and I must say it was totally worth the wait (and calories too)! I dare say this is one of the best char kway teows I’ve tried so far in Singapore! My plate of char kway teow was moist and flavourful, with a very strong wok hei plus generous portions of everything (plump cockles, fried pork lard, noodles etc)! Simply delicious, I’ll be back again for sure!


Cha Kuay Teow.

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