Wednesday, April 2, 2008

91 Fried Kway Teow


With an increasing awareness on healthy living, Singaporeans are cutting down on the intake of unhealthy food such as fried kway teow. Following this trend, there is a fried kway teow at Golden Mile Food Centre that contains no pork lard. You might ask, how can fried kway teow taste good without pork lard? I was just as curious, so I went down to try it for myself.


A plate of healthy 91 fried kway teow which costs $3, is topped with generous servings of green vegetables and ikan bilis. Despite the absence of pork lard, the appetizing kway teow is very fragrant and flavorful, complementing well with the juicy cockles and crispy ikan bilis.

I can understand why 91 fried kway teow is so popular with Singaporeans but I still prefer the conventional fried kway teow with pork lard. Nevertheless it is a novel alternative for fried kway teow lovers who are health-conscious to have the best of both worlds.

7/10

91 Fried Kway Teow
Golden Mile Food Centre
505 Beach Road #01-91
Closed on Mondays

1 comment:

a said...

If you watched them cook, you would realize that they would start cooking the vegetables only after you have ordered, unlike some stalls that pre-cook the vegetables. The portion is rather small though..

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