[Closed] Zhuang Ji Cockles Char Kway Teow and Salted Fish Fried Rice
fries up deliciously good fried kway teow and salted fish fried rice. Each order is fried individually plate by plate.
Fried Kway Teow
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Salted Fish Fried Rice
This is probably one of the best salted fish fried rice I had ever tasted. This fried rice has very nice flavours and dry texture. Even with egg and bean sprouts added, the rice still retains its dryness. Lap cheong slices and slivers of crispy salted fish are added and fried together with the rice. It is nice that the salted fish remains crispy after mixing up with the fried rice. Really shows how good a cook the stall owner is. When the fried rice done, lots of crispy crunchy savoury silver ikan bilis are added, almost covering the entire plate of fried rice. The contrasts in textures, crispiness of ikan bilis mixing up with softness of fried rice is somewhat like a perfect odd couple. Definitely an excellent choice.
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Zhuang Ji Cockles Char Kway Teow and Salted Fish Fried Rice