Having spent a significant portion of my childhood at Joo Chiat Place, I could remember that my favorite food then was prawn noodle soup, followed by wanton mee and fried kway teow. It must be during that time when I first developed my love for good food.
Recently reopened after it was closed for renovation last year, I finally had the opportunity to revisit Joo Chiat Place Fried Kway Teow.
Marvellously fried to a dry consistency, the delicious kway teow is remarkably fragrant and flavorful with a distinctive charred aroma. A plate of fried kway teow which costs $3, comes in a satisfactory portion with egg, sausage and cockles.
More than just a nostalgic flavour, the quality of Joo Chiat Place fried kway teow has remained outstanding over the years. It is certainly one of the most impressive fried kway teow in Singapore.
Joo Chiat Place Fried Kway Teow
Joo Chiat Place