Hill Street Fried Kway Teow Hot
Some say they sell the besy CKT in singapore, they are famous for serving up plates and plates of these delicious stir fried noodles.
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When you enter Bedok South Food Centre, you’d find that Hill Street Fried Kway Teow is no doubt one of the contenders for the most popular food stall in the entire food centre. If life has taught you anything, it’s that the stalls with the longest queues have definitely got to be good. Certainly, the horrendous queues every weekend are testament to the quality of the dish.
In this case, the char kway teow is so good that many would rather queue for at least 15 minutes than to settle for something else altogether. It is extremely fragrant, tasteful, and the first mouthful of the piping hot noodles would have you realize that the wait has been worthwhile.
Best kway teow i have ever tasted
People say that the best food in Singapore are found in hawker centres, and I found this extremely true indeed. Hill Street char kway teow, you have to taste it to believe it. Situated over Temasek Junior College, a 10-15 minute walk from Bedok MRT where I attended school last time, it was a favourite dish on my lunch menu when I visited the place with my friends for our meals.
Cooked instantly, you'll need to wait at least 10 minutes before your plate is ready (most of the time is spent queuing anyway), you'll forget your frustration as the food is served, piping hot. The noodles are cooked at the right pitch, the cockles fresh and juicy and the sauce not too sweet. Even the cubes of lard are fried crispy but not burnt. The dish gave off such an awesome aroma that my mouth literally watering as I walked back to my seat. I just can't wait to tuck in
Nothing but yummy.
My parents are huge fans of Char Kway Teow. We have been on the search for the best Char Kway Teow in Singapore, until we were recommended by one of my uncles to this place. The queue on a Sunday afternoon was rather long, but we were anticipating it so badly.
The queue was indeed worth the wait! The smooth texture of the black sauce, coupled with the fishcakes, cockles and vegetables was heavenly. My mum, who is usually very fussy when it comes to food, even said it was the best tasting Char Kway Teow she ever tried! I would definitely recommend this place for all food lovers, willing to indulge in sinful but delicious food!
I hereby declare that this is the best Char Kway Teow in Singapore. And I shall attempt to win you over as well with this review! Where else can you find noodles that glisten in the sun so beautifully yet does not taste like an oily mess in your mouth. The cockles that accompany the dish is fragrantly fried and it does help that they are always so very fresh.
The crunchy bean sprouts coupled with smooth delactable Kway Teow fried in the most savoury black sauce that is neither too sweet not salty. And most importantly, present in the dish is the smell of the Wok used, something that many hawkers fail to achieve as it requires great skill. This dish is PERFECT! The perfect excuse to visit my alma mata.
I'm a big lover of all Char Kway Teows. The true test of their taste is if they still taste good when it's cold. And it's safe to say that this is truly addictive both hot and cold. Just the right amount of pork lard. Generous with their noodles.
Ideally, I would love more vegetables but the main focus of the dish is the delicious noodles!
The only reason why it's not a perfect score is because for me, there was too much sea hum. (Is that how you spell it?) Which is more a personal thing really. But the taste is fantastic for a non-hawker location.