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Sunday, May 28, 2006

Fatty's Ho Gai Xiao - Hill Street Fried Kway Teow

It is increasingly difficult to find a good plate of char kway teow these days, with stalls watering down their food to suit the palate of the health conscious diners. However the real tasty ones, like the featured stall, still insist on serving their char kway teow with heaps of hums* and lar pok**, thus further reinforcing the adage that "Healthy food seldoms taste good".

Despite the odd dining hour of 4pm, there were a steady stream of customers and i had to wait 20 minutes for the food to be served.

A tasty plate of Char Kway Teow

A frequent grouse is the level of moisture, or lackthereof, in the plate of Char Kway Teoh. In this aspect, Hill Street Fried Kway Teow managed to get it right. It is neither too dry nor too oily to the extent of the contents soaking in a pool of oil.

The stall owner is generous with the serving of hums. In the standard serving which i ordered, there were around 10 hums found inside. Unlike the often stale and rubbery hums served elsewhere, the hums here taste surprisingly fresh and pack a springy punch when you chew at it.

The health hazards associate with consuming lards are well documented. However adding some lak pok while cooking the char kway teow will add to the aroma of the dish, bringing out the flavours of the ingredients.

While it is important to keep to a balanced diet, an occasional indulgence in Hill Street Fried Kway Teow wouldn't hurt.

* Cockles
** Fried Lard Bits

Location: Bedok South Market ( Opposite Temasek JC)

How to get there:
1. Bus 229 from Bedok Interchange
2. A 15 minutes walk from Bedok MRT station

Note: Closed on Monday

posted by Stormtrooper's Lackey at 4:23 PM


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