Another famous fried kway teow in Singapore, this stall located at Serangoon Garden Food Centre received an impressive rating of 9/10 on The Green Book Best Food In Singapore Guide.
When I went there for dinner last weekend, I had to wait for half an hour before I got my kway teow even though it was self service and the queue was seemingly non-existent.
Well-complemented with a great variety of ingredients such as prawns, cockles and sotong, a plate of Newton Circus fried kway teow costs only $3 and is certainly value for money. Slightly wetter in consistency than the usual fried kway teow, the flavorful kway teow is thoroughly coated with a thick layer of savory gravy with subtle garlic aroma. If you are a seafood lover, you will be delighted to know that the delicious kway teow comes with 2 prawns, 2 slices of sotong and more than 5 cockles.
Newton Circus Fried Kway Teow is indeed sumptuous and would have been perfect if it is fried with more sweet sauce. While most people patronise Chomp Chomp Food Centre when they are at Serangoon Garden, hidden in the neighbouring food centre is an impressive fried kway teow that is very worthy of commendation.
Newton Circus Fried Kway Teow
Serangoon Garden Food Centre
49A Serangoon Garden Way
Closed on Mondays