Review: Hwa Heng Fried Kway Teow (Singapore)



Bendemeer Food Centre Singapore

Hwa Heng Fried Kway Teow

does fried kway teow and fried hokkien mee. Their penang fried kway teow has nice wok hei.


Fried Kway Teow

Hwa Heng Fried Kway Teow dishes out 2 types of fried kway teow – the regular type and penang style ones.

The regular fried kway teow comes with prawns, see hum, fish cake and lap cheong slices stir fried in a mixture of kway teow and yellow noodles with bean sprouts, some vegetables and egg. It has a nice moist texture, with more kway teow than yellow noodles in the mixture. Flavours are nice with a slight garlicky taste. The see hum and prawns are both decent, the lap cheong has a sweet taste and the fish cake is soft and springy. This fried kway teow is nice.

Penang Fried Kway Teow

Besides the regular fried kway teow, penang style fried kway teow is also available. Just like the regular fried kway teow, this penang fried kway teow comes with prawns, see hum, fish cake and lap cheong slices wok fried with kway teow, bean sprouts and egg. There are no yellow noodles included, and no sweet black sauce added either.

This penang fried kway teow has lightly charred and slightly crispy surface. It has a mild smoky flavour and nice wok hei. This penang fried kway teow is truly enjoyable. I like it. My one star goes to this.

Fried Hokkien Mee

This fried hokkien mee contains sotong slices, prawns and pork slices wok fried with a mixture of yellow noodles, mee hoon, bean sprouts and egg.

This fried hokkien mee has more mee hoon than yellow noodles. It has a moist texture and decently nice flavours. The sotong slices are fairly soft, and the pork slices are soft and meaty with some fatty parts. Comes served with a sweet chilli paste and a piece of green lime on the sides. Quite likeable too.


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