Described by some food bloggers as one of the best fried kway teow in Singapore, I was disappointed to find it closed during the last 2 times when I was there. I finally managed to try Hill Street fried kway teow for lunch today after waiting for around 20 minutes.
A plate of savory fried kway teow, topped with cockles, pork lard and slices of Taiwanese sausages, costs only $2.50. The delicious kway teow is slightly wet in consistency and coated with thick flavorful gravy. The pork lard pieces accentuate the delightful fragrance of the fried kway teow, every mouthful is indeed heavenly.
This is certainly one of the more fantastic fried kway teow in Singapore. Do come down to Bedok South and experience it for yourself today.
Hill Street Fried Kway Teow
Blk 16 Bedok South Road #01-187
Closed on Mondays