A small hawker stall located at Bukit Merah Central Food Centre beside the stairway. Serving traditional Chinese-styled shoe-string Kway Teows priced from $2.50. Two certificates of Awards for Fine culinary skills promise long queues daily. Day and Night Fried Kway Teow Stall is also featured on Sin Ming Newspaper.
Day and Night Fried Kway Teow Hot
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Delicious but oily
Whenever I can’t decide what to eat in this Hawker Centre, I would just order a plate of fried kway teow from Day and night fried kway teow. Although the stall is located at the end site of hawker, the aroma of the kway teow and cockles would just attract you to walk there and you would be able to recognize the stall with a lot of award winning certificates.
I patronize this stall since my secondary school period mainly because it’s really affordable (it’s still $2.50), the uncle gives a relatively satisfying potion and it is relatively near my house. The cockles that they use are really fresh with a lot of dry sausage in their kway teow.
However, I would suggest informing the uncle to use lesser oil so that it would not be that greasy, which I do it most of the time. With lesser oil, I think it taste much better compared to the normal kway teow because the greasy feeling deters me to continue eating my portion and subsequently spoiling the appetite.
I was attracted to this store mainly because of the various awards displayed at the store's window, so this proves that the more awards you get for your food stall the more customers you'll get! However, the kuay teow is more of above average standard by abit only instead of really good, mainly because it tastes like any original Kway Teow i've tasted in any other hawker centers. The good point would be it's large portion, although i only ordered 2bucks, it seems like 3bucks portion to me, so for anyone searching for a good and heavy meal, this is it!
This fried kway teow stall uncle has been running the business since I'm young. My mum used to bring my brother and I for fried kway teow, if not for her, I won't know this cheap and delicious food. The price and portion is reasonable, the generous amount of cockles added are fresh and you can request to add more vegetables. Lok Cheong (sausage) enhance the flavour of the kway teow and the whole dish is very authentic. The taste never change, it is a memorable dish.
However, people who are on diet or concern on calories intake may not like this dish. It is oily and high in MSG as after the meal, my throat will feel very dry. This dish really taste not bad, if less oily it will be better. I think healthy food always contain less oil, salt and sugar so many dishes have changed in flavour. Too bad I have a weak stomach and couldn't take much oily food, need to control my indulgence and mind my health.