Kway Chap


Flat rice noodles served in light soya sauce soup with fatty pork, pig's innards (intestines), tau pok (fried beancurd), braised eggs and other side dishes like salted vegetables.

Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck 金记潮州卤鸭(粿汁)

Chinatown Complex Food Centre (temp)
Both the Chinatown Complex market and food centre have shifted to a temporary site near the Outram MRT (EW16, NE3) train station. It is a tight squeeze and much stuffier now.
Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck
Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck offers a range of duck rice, noodles, porridge and kway chap dishes
braised duck kway chap
Jin Ji's braised duck meat and kway chap is one of the better ones in this area. The duck rice here is also one of the favourites of the more hurried
kway chap
The extremely thin and soft kway chap is very easy on the gullet. Slurp it up and it slides effortlessly down your throat. I ordered another bowl and it didn't leave me feeling bloated after my meal
chilli sauce
The secret here is really in the chilli sauce, a sourish concoction of minced chilli and garlic among other ingredients

Categories: Chinese, Duck Noodles, Duck Rice, Porridge, Kway Chap

Located at #01-162 Chinatown Complex, Blk 335 Smith Street. NOTICE : This food centre is undergoing refurbishing and stalls have been temporarily relocated to a site near Outram MRT since Jul 2006., Singapore 50335
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This unassuming stall serves up very thin and soft kway chap (flat rice noodles) unlike many others' thick noodle texture and often starchy taste. The braised duck is very well done without being overly salty. There is a choice of plain white or yam rice, as well as porridge or noodles if you're just going for duck dishes.
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老两猪脚冻沙鱼肉 Lao Liang Chilled Pig Trotters Jelly & Shark Meat

Jalan Berseh Food Centre
Jalan Berseh Food Centre is located near the middle part of Jalan Besar, near the junction with Syed Alwi Road
Lao Liang Chilled Pig Trotters Jelly and Shark Meat
Lao Liang is located on the 2nd floor of Jalan Berseh Food Centre
chilled pig trotters jelly
Chilled pig trotters jelly - you can hardly taste or smell the pork
white shark meat
The shark meat is extremely fresh and white
braised pork, skin and innards
Kway-chap-style mixed braised pork meat and innards
plum sauce and chilli sauce
Sweet plum juice sauce with peanuts (top), and standard-fare chilli sauce

Categories: Chinese, Teochew, Pig Organ Soup, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at #02-37 Jalan Berseh Food Centre, 166 Jalan Besar, Singapore 208877
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This traditional Teochew stall was originally from the area near the old Thong Chai (or Tong Chi to Teochews) Medical Institution in Chinatown/Merchant Road. It is famous for a Teochew dish called ter kah tang (猪脚冻) made from pig trotters that is boiled with pig skin and other parts until a soft gelatinous base is formed, then chilled into a jelly and served cold in small strip pieces. The other signature dish is white shark's meat (白牙沙鱼), another Teochew favourite. This stall's shark meat is extremely white and fresh - the owner says he will not sell it for the day if the morning market cannot provide the quality sharks he requires. The food is served with two types of sauce - a plum-extract-based sweet sauce sprinkled with crushed peanuts, and a quite-common sourish chilli paste. So good are the sauces that the owner charges (20c @) for extras helpings. I didn't care much for the chilli sauce but the plum sauce went very well with the two dishes.
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淉汁 Kuey Chap

Toa Payoh Blk 93 Food Centre
Toa Payoh Blk 93 Food Centre

Categories: Chinese, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at #01-198 Hawker Centre, Blk 93, Toa Payoh Lorong 4., Singapore 310093
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Guan Kee Kway Chap 源记淉汁

Categories: Chinese, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at #01-07 Hup Huat Coffeeshop, Blk 211, Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310211
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多丽哥粿汁 To-Ricos Guo Shi

To-Ricos Guo Shi
To-Ricos Guo Shi sells its kway chap and pig's trotters between 1130-1600hrs. Closed on Mondays and public holidays.

Categories: Chinese, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at #01-129D Old Airport Road Emporium & Cooked Food Centre, Block 51 Old Airport Road.
NOTICE : This food centre has completed its upgrading under HUP and stalls have re-opened at its original location on 1st July 2007., Singapore 390051
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大巴窑淉汁 Toa Payoh Kway Chap

Categories: Chinese, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at BLK 826, Tampines Street 81., Singapore 520826
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Garden Street Kway Chap

Serangoon Garden Market and Food Centre
Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre is just after the Shell petrol station
Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre
The airy high-ceiling'ed Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre as seen from the Garden Street Kway Chap stall

Categories: Chinese, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at Stall 21 Serangoon Garden Market, 49A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555945
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Soon Huat Pig's Organs Soup 顺发猪杂汤

Serangoon Garden Market and Food Centre
Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre is just after the Shell petrol station
Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre
The airy high-ceiling'ed Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre as seen from the Garden Street Kway Chap stall
Soon Huat Pigs Organs Soup
Soon Huat Pig's Organs Soup is located 4 stalls away from the corner Newton Circus Char Kway Teow stall
Soon Huat Pigs Organs Soup prices
Nice food at rather reasonable prices here at Soon Huat Pig's Organs Soup stall. Not surprisingly, they've actually become more popular then Garden Street Kway Chap stall
pig's organs soup, trotters, innards
This combo of pig organs soup, braised trotters and miscellaneous innards cost $11.60 with 2 bowls of rice.

Categories: Chinese, Pig Organ Soup, Kway Chap, Hawker

Located at Stall 42 Serangoon Garden Market, 49A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555945
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While not officially a kwap chap stall, this stall is a good alternative to the other (more famous) Garden Street Kway Chap stall at unit 21 if you're in the mood for pigs' innards and braised pork trotters.
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