After a while, all good fried kway teow seem to taste the same, except for Tiong Bahru fried kway teow that keeps me coming back for more. This is the third time I have tried this fried kway teow in Tiong Bahru Market and it has been consistently outstanding so far.
For only $2, you get a satisfactory plate of fried kway teow topped with fish cake and fresh cockles. Impressively fried to a semi-wet consistency, the mouthwatering kway teow is coated with a thin layer of sweet and savory gravy with a distinctive charred fragrance and a subtle tinge of garlic.
A fantastic fried kway teow is one that makes you want to have it mouthful after mouthful without asking why. Tiong Bahru fried kway teow is just that. Reasonably priced at $2, this is certainly the cheapest and most delicious fried kway teow that I have tasted in Singapore.
Tiong Bahru Fried Kway Teow
Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre
30 Seng Poh Road