Review: Fried Kway Teow & Fried Oyster – Tiong Bahru Market (Singapore)



Tiong Bahru Market Singapore

Fried Kway Teow & Fried Oyster

serves a trio of dishes – fried kway teow, fried oyster omelette and fried carrot cake. Rather ordinary.


Fried Kway Teow

This plate of fried kway teow comes with see hum, lap cheong and fish cake wok fried with a mixture of kway teow and yellow noodles with egg and some bean sprouts.

The see hum is tiny, the lap cheong is soft with a sweet taste and the fish cake is springy. As for the fried kway teow, it has a slightly sweet taste coming from the added sweet black sauce.

This fried kway teow tastes decent but is rather ordinary.

Fried Oyster Omelette

The fried oyster omelette has a pan fried mixture of eggs and starch with oysters added. The eggs are very mildly crispy and the starchy parts are chewy. The oysters are of decent size. Comes served with a limey chilli dip on the side.

This fried oyster omelette has decent flavours.

Fried Carrot Cake

The fried carrot cake is available in the usual black and white options.

The fried black carrot cake is wok fried using long radish cubes with egg, chye poh and black sweet sauce. It is topped with chopped spring onions. The radish cubes used has a firm texture, and the added sweet black sauce gives this fried carrot cake a slightly sweet tint and moist texture. It is rather soft and not crispy at all. Just average.

The white version of fried carrot cake uses soft radish cubes pan fried with an egg coating. It is done pan cake style with some chye poh added. Flavours are decent but it is not crispy either. Rather ordinary.


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