Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow

This is the third stall we tried during our hawker trail. The first stall that we tried was Chuan Kee Satay and the second stall was Toa Payoh Rojak.

This stall wasn’t originally on our hawker trail list. However, while walking around the food centre, I couldn’t help but notice this long queue snaking around the corner the stall. No matter how many times I walked up and down the strip of stalls, the queue never seemed to abate. Indeed, it only seemed to get longer at times.

At first, L wasn’t too keen on having more carbs but when one of the stalls that we wanted to try turned out to be closed, we decided to queue up after all. A long queue means that it should be good right? Thankfully though, the queue does move, and I didn’t actually have to wait for too long before the Auntie in front took my order


We got the black version (I honestly don’t know how the white version can compare… black sauce makes everything taste better :))

First thing I noticed was that they were pretty generous with their ingredients of fish cake, chinese sausage, veggies, bean sprouts and cockles. Taste wise, I found it to be just all right. Had hoped for a bit more black sauce with the noodles and perhaps a bit more egg as well. Not sure if I would come back for this plate again.

Oh well! At least we got to try it and that’s what the hawker trail was all about.


Add: Old Airport Road Food Centre, Blk 51 Old Airport Road #01-12

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