Fried Kway Teow
Old Zion Road Hawker Centre Fried Kway Teow does its fried kway teow a little different from others. This stall adds fish sauce with the usual sweet black sauce into its fried kway teow during its wok frying process. The end result is a fried kway teow with a slightly wetter texture and a slightly salty and slightly sweet taste.
This plate of fried kway has a mixture of more kway teow than yellow noodles, and added with some bean sprouts, spring onions and egg. It comes with the usual see hum and lap cheong slices. This fried kway teow tastes nice, in my opinion.
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