Lai Heng Fried Kway Teow: Good Taste, Less Oil (Less Sinful)

lai heng fried kway teow
lai heng fried kway teow

I passed by Sembawang Hill Food Center on a weekday late afternoon… not looking for food but to use the loo.

I realised the majority of the stalls are already closed. I suppose it’s a breakfast place serving the residents in the upper thomson area.

As I was walking by, I realised most of the patrons are having a plate of fried kway teow. Decided to look around and spotted this stall.

Seems like this stall has been featured by various media. Had to try for myself so I ordered a plate of fried kway teow ($3) from the friendly lady store owner.

It does seem like their mackerel otah are also recommended. Will try it next time if I get there again.

This was a drier and lighter (less dark soy sauce) version of char kway teow. And it does seem like it’s less oily as well. There’s no pork lard added. A healthier version of fried kway teow. (if there’s such a thing)

You can still certainly taste the wok-hei albeit not as strong.

Not a wow for me but I’ll still rate it a 7/10 in terms of taste.

Verdict: Can Try

Address: Sembawang Hill Food Center #01-15, Lai Heng Fried Kway Teow


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