Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Fried Kway Teow @ Amoy Street Food Centre

After posting yesterday's post. I had the cravings for Fried Kway Teow! (Don't laugh!)

So, for tonight's dinner, I went to Amoy Street Food Centre and had Fried Kway Teow at the corner store. It also happens to be Stall 01-01! The stall does not have any fanciful time, but just the name of what it sells.

I was really hungry, so I opted for the $3 version.
Yummy. It had around 16 cockles in it.

Where is your favourite Fried Kway Teow stall?

Fried Kway Teow
Stall 01-01
Amoy Street Food Centre
MND Building Annexe B
7 Maxwell Road
Singapore 069111

The official address states Maxwell Road, but it's along Telok Ayer Street ;-)

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red fir said...

Haha I was just going to comment on your previous post why there isn't a food photo! Coz yours is a Singapura Daily Makan Photo blog.

Then you post your CKT. :)

I think I will try the CKT at Lau Pa Sat you ate just the other day.

Anonymous said...

I love the CKT from Peter@Jago. It was formerly from the corner coffeeshop at Jago Place, Katong. But now it has moved to Blk 18 Bedok South Ave 1, right across from the market food centre that has the famous hill street CKT. However, Peter's CKT has more wok-hei aroma and not overly sweet. Plus he will put yummy barh you porh on request. Has lotsa liao, egg and hum on an authentic opeh leaf. He will be at Bedok South for 3 months depending on the response. He laments that not many know about his sudden move and hope that with word of mouth and more crowds, he can stay at his current location for good. Unlike Hill Street, Peter's is open from morning 10.30am to night time 11pm. Go try!

HairyBerry said...

well, i cant say i have a favourite but there's an interesting char kway teow stall at golden mile food center. it's kinda soupy cos they use shang tang (superior soup) to fry the kway teow! woohoo! ;)

Calvin Soo KJ said...

hello hello....im a 1st timer in your blog. got it from pete. man.....your photos made me drool....*wipes drool* i think im gonna have fried kueh tiow for dinner. btw, im not from singapore. but i have relatives staying in ang mo kio and tanah merah (i think). not really sure about the address cause it has been ages since ive last visited. cheers and god bless...

tigerfish said...

I have eaten Hokkien Mee and Black Carrot Cake but have not set my foot on CKT yet!

Wah, you see what crave what wan ah? LOL!

pammiez said...

Margaret Drive's Fried Kway Teow is pretty good too!

His Food Blog said...

Hallelujah! Char Kway Teow located @ Zion Road Food Centre.

A Makansutra Legend that serves a mean plate of CKT with a good "Wok Hei" flavour to it.

Mrs Sze said...

$3 portion still looks small though :p

Camemberu said...

Mah fave still Hill Street CKT at Bedok South!

KopiKosongGirl said...

Maybe we should go and try that the next time! Dont need to try the ramen lah :P

Unknown said...

the day before was fasting day? hehe.. the CKT at Lau Pa Sat I realise has an aftertaste. You try and let me know if I am the only person having that taste. :-)

will try one day. :-)

wah. sounds exquisite! superior stock leh! There is one at Marine Parade also very soupy kind that they serve with a spoon!

Welcome Calvin!

Quick, get some CKT! Hehe... Sometimes lor, I look through all photos and miss eating it then will think about it.... (and lau nua too)

I heard it's good, but never been there! One day, and I hope that one day comes...

Oooo.. Sounds like this should be No. 1 in the list from the above?

Mrs Sze,
Enough calories liao! It's actually quite ok lah. Quite filling.

One day we should do a CKT trail!

Ms One Boobie said...

wow..!! 16 cockles..!! awesome..!

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