Thursday, November 18, 2010

Char Kway Teow @ Havelock

This Char Kway Teow is flat rice noodles blackened with soya sauce and stir-fried with sambal chilli. Thus the aromatic aura as you self serve from the stall to your table.

This excellent Char Kway Teow is painstaking produced in a corner stall of Wei Xuan Eating House next to the braised duck stall which is equally famous. You may even mistake it for selling Fried Carrot Cake as its sign did indicate so.

The plate of Char Kway Teow was fragrant, tasty and filled with generous portions of cockles for a three dollar plate.

As we had other food prior to this and age was catching up, we decided to share a plate of Char Kway Teow so as to be able to blog about it.

While driving along Havelock Road when thesilverchef reminded me of a good Char Kway Teow nearby. Lo and behold, as I drove toward this place, nostalgic memories of my adolescence years flashed back. This was the eatery we used to hang out for supper after our nightly revisions. Now I wonder whether we revised our homework and have supper or we actually wanted to have supper that is why we revised our homework. Hmm....

The nostalgic memories did not last very long as the enthusiasm of re-visiting this excellent Char Kway Teow stall made me ignored the reverse signal of my Ford Mondeo and thus busted my left boot rear lamp. What a pain!

Block 22 Havelock Road
Wei Xuan Eating House #01-669

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