Monday, January 7, 2008

Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow

Located in Old Airport Road Food Centre, this stall is best remembered for its delicious fried kway teow that is served on banana leaf. Often discouraged by the long queue, I finally had the chance to taste it today when I went there in the late afternoon.

For only $3, you get a plate of Lao Fu Zi fried kway teow that is absolutely mouthwatering. Extraordinarily well-fried with dark soya sauce and sweet sauce, the delicious kway teow is coated with a flavorful essence and a distinctive charred aroma, every mouthful is simply irresistable. If you are a shellfish lover like me, you will be delighted as the tasty noodles are complemented with generous servings of fresh cockles.

This is indeed one of the best fried kway teow in Singapore. Whether or not the banana leaf accentuates the flavour of the kway teow is debatable but this fried kway teow is no doubt very impressive.


Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow
Old Airport Road Food Centre
51 Old Airport Road #01-12
Singapore 390051


lorraine82 said...

Hi, try the Hill Street Char Kway Teow at Bedok South, opposite TJC... it's the best in Spore... definitely better than Lao Fu Zi...

Anonymous said...

Dunno if the standards has dropped. Tried it recently. Nothing special. Also saw the stall assistant having v bad service attitude. Dissappointing

Anonymous said...

I heard it was good. Now not so much, with a grumpy auntie who literally smashed a lump of chili despite me saying less chili. The taste of the chili over-powered the taste of the kway teow (all i could taste was chilli and a bak), sadly. 1/10 for me.
p.s there seemed to be some sort of strong plasticy smell... not sure what it was.