Monday, February 4, 2008

Tanjong Pagar Fried Kway Teow

Although I am a fried kway teow lover, I have not found the best fried kway teow in Singapore. Having reviewed and recommended the fried kway teow from Outram Park and Old Airport Road which I felt were very impressive, they were just lacking in that distinguishing factor.

I decided to try Tanjong Pagar Fried Kway Teow today, only because the famous nasi lemak beside it was sold out. Little did I expect it to be so delicious.

Tanjong Pagar fried kway teow uses the thinner version of kway teow which is more evenly coated with the gravy. The delicious kway teow is well-fried with the irresistable flavour of dark soya sauce and sweet sauce and the delightful aroma of pork lard. A $3 plate of fried kway teow is topped with abundant servings of cockles, I simply lost count of how many there were.

Just like the char kway teow at Outram Park and Old Airport Road, Tanjong Pagar fried kway teow is very sumptuous but just not the best in Singapore. Hence my search continues with the hope of finding the best fried kway teow in Singapore someday.


Tanjong Pagar Fried Kway Teow
Tanjong Pagar Food Centre
Blk 6 #02-09


Sophia said...

Yeah, I will eat this char kway teow only if the nasi lemak is sold out. But honestly, it is quite good.

blue_sky said...

Spore's best fried kway teow can be found at Bedok South opposite TJC. Hill Street Fried Kway Teow.

kensongs said...

Hi blue_sky, thanks for your recommendation. I haven't manage to try Hill Street Fried Kway Teow yet. Went there twice in the evenings but it was closed.

tankerman said...

Try the one at Margaret Street. Long queue. Not sure if its the best in Singapore, but definitely keeps me going back for more. Generous with clams. Individually fried every plate.