Monday, October 19, 2015

Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee

After the buffet of my cousin son birthday, actually i was very full and can't take in any more foods, but my mum feel like eating something after walking one round at Chinatown Point which is opposite Furama City Centre, so we were at the Hong Lim Food Centre having her favourite Fried Kway Teow.


(1) It so happen i was the last 3rd customers, if not my mum will not get to eat the Fried Kway Teow.


(2) Fried Kway Teow @ $3, it so happen no more cockles, so no cockles in this plate of Fried Kway Teow.

34 comments:

  1. So cheap. So popular, must be very very nice lor. Aiyor...you went all the way from Jurong to Outram Park? I guess it is very easy to get there, use mrt.

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    1. I guess you did not read what i wrote, lol...

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  2. Oooo, CKT, nice, nothing can go wrong with a plate of hot ckt with cockles and lots of taugeh.. But no more cockles, nevermind la, still looks good, wok hei also good..

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  3. wow, your mom was having good appetite that day?? or she didn't eat much during the buffet session?? haha.. lucky you still manage to get the fried noodles, and you mean they put cookies in the noodles usually?? seriously?? or did you mean cockles?? :)

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    1. She didn't eat much during the buffet... So maybe still feel like having something, hehe...

      Oh dear, thank for the point out, i must be thinking of cookies when i type out this post, hehe...

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  4. It actually gives me the impression of Mee Goreng instead of char koay teow

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    1. Now you making me feel like eating Mee Goreng... hehe....

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  5. Last 3rd customer, that was very lucky...but why? They're almost close or what?

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    1. Saw the notice that they closed at 4pm, if i didn't remember wrongly...

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  6. Cookies?? Did you mean cockles? I cannot imagine what cookies are doing in a plate of kuay teow hahaha!

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    1. Thanks for the point out, should be cockles, hehe... I must be thinking of eating cookies when i was typing out this post, lol...

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  7. Oh, got mee in the kway teow also. Looks nice.

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    1. Ya, the kway teow will be mixed with the mee...

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  8. Missing this!! Yumms when I look at it.....

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    1. When you back in Malaysia, u get to eat it ya, hehe...

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  9. There is a curry mee stall at Hong Lim seems not bad, TV ever recommend

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    1. So far, few times i walk pass, there's Q for the curry mee...

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  10. I like the mee and kway tiaw combination in that plate. I prefer salty version than the sweet one.

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    1. Don't think i tried salty version before, usually, those i eat before, is the sweet one...

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  11. Aiyo, pity no more cockles though

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  12. The fried noodles look so yummy. No cockles is okay with me because I no longer eat cockles.

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  13. big portion and cheap (if not convert to RM :p)

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  14. I like this Char Koay Teow!! I like it because it looks wet and has no cockles. LOL

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