26 Jul '18, 2am

Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee – An Addictively Smoky Delight Not to be Missed https://t.co/wX3ACw7uT8

To me, a solid plate of char kway teow must definitely have an intense wok hei. Whipping up a plate of smoky char kway teow is a skill that is difficult to master, but Outram Park Char Kway Teow Mee seems to have found the secret behind it. It’s so good that even after the noodles have cooled down, you can still taste the wok hei in the dish. Expect charred kway teow noodles coated in a dark sauce and fiery chili, that’s completed with bean sprouts and beaten egg. Diners have the option of adding cockles for $2, or a beaten egg for 50 cents. We love the bits of moist beaten egg that’s stuck to the kway teow. Overall, the char kway teow offered an excellent balance of sweetness, umami, spiciness and smokiness. What a delicious meal for just $4!

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