Review Ah Keat Pigs Organ Soup And Kway Chap, 211 Marsiling Cres, Singapore

Review Ah Keat Pigs Organ Soup and Kway Chap - Singapore 211 Marsiling Cres

“Tried their Kway Chap. The intestines were juicy, really loved it. The other organs were tasty as well. Would definitely come back for more.” or “Very clean and tender intestines! Great kwap chap! If u in the area, recommended to come” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Ah Keat Pigs Organ Soup And Kway Chap. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Ah Keat Pigs Organ Soup And Kway Chap is quality.

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  • Address: 211 Marsiling Cres, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 7 AM to 8:30 PM.

Wednesday: Closed.

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“Amazing Kway Chap! Intestines were well cleaned and flavorful from the braise (even the small intestines). Pig organ soup was flavourful yet did not have the over powering organ flavour that some places have”

“Love the kway chap here, especially the 大肠 and 猪脚. Meat is so soft. The serving is also generous. The auntie and men manning the stall are always helpful and nice.”

“Your standard kway chap with pig skin, intestines, fish cake, egg and tau pok. Kway was soft and soup was piping hot. The chap were flavourful. Price increased from $4 to $4.50 starting today (1 May).”

“Tried their Kway Chap. The intestines were juicy, really loved it. The other organs were tasty as well. Would definitely come back for more.”

“We ordered the pork rib soup, both clear soup and soy sauce versions. The meat was tender, juicy and delicious. The prices were very reasonable and well worth it.”

“Very clean and tender intestines! Great kwap chap! If u in the area, recommended to come”

“Love their Kway chap. Intestines and stuffs are well cooked which is soft and yummy. Very value for money. Will keep going back for more. Thanks aunty for such comfort food”

“This Kuay Chap store is without a doubt one of the best Kuay Chap store in Singapore! So delicious, so cheap, good portion as well! Definitely give them a try if you can!”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 106 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.5 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 92% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Ah Keat Pigs Organ Soup And Kway Chap, 211 Marsiling Cres, Singapore

There is a total 106 reviews

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    Hendy Shi

    Very nice kway chap and the innards… Highly recommended

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    Dennis Ng

    Nice and cheap food

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    Jordan Lim

    So So

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    Geraldine Yong

    Nice Kway Chap, juicy and tender pig’s trotters.

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    S2597730j

    Good kwe chap best in Singapore

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    HM Yeo

    Good price but they had raised their price recently

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    Moky Mok

    Very tasty soup not overpowering with the star manis or some other herbs
    Large & small intestines very clean
    Very springy pig’s skin & not too thick like some others
    The kway-chap is enuff for one’s fill
    Good chilli to go with too
    Not pricy at all…

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    dan wee

    We ordered the pork rib soup, both clear soup and soy sauce versions. The meat was tender, juicy and delicious. The prices were very reasonable and well worth it.

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    M NT

    Nice place to have pigs organ.

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    Dennis Er

    Good food!

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    Shihui Chong

    Frequently patronise this shop for their excellent Kway Chap and Pig’s organ soup. Their kway is hot, thin and tasty. The intestines and organs are soft and flavourful, same for their meats and soy-based products. Chili is good enough. Would recommend getting both the soup and kway chap for a party of 3.

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    chua cheng ghee

    Nice

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    Gary KM Tan

    Nice and cheap. Value for $$

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    shin c lim

    convenient

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    Keify Toh

    Best and most delicious kway chap around.

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    heifoonlei

    Nice but nothing above those in most of the hawker centre.

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    KwangHui Hang

    Not bad of a organ soup in the neighbourhood area!

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    MNG

    A perennial favorite amongst its residents and nearby office workers.
    This coffeeshop has a few great stalls like roast meats and teochew noodles.

    The broad sheet kway is of average quality. It comes with pig’s stomach, intestine and skin. All well cleaned and the skin was excellent with a bite. Well-cleaned and the braising liquid is flavorsome.
    Beancurd Puff and braised Egg are well flavored. Fishcake and Tofu are 2 standouts.
    Lastly, the preserved vegetable added a nice touch.
    $5 per portion which is reasonable for the selection and quality.

    A perpetual queue but moves quickly.

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    Toh John

    Quite a lot of food stalls tastes Good.

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    Johor Kaki

    The braised pork was done a little softer than I like. But, the flavour was nice – it was mildly herbal sweet savoury. The flavour was infused from braising stock made with soy sauce, Chinese 5-spice and herbs. The kway or rice sheets were generic but thin and smooth. The subtly sweet rice sheet took on some of the herbal sweet savoury flavour of the brown stock clinging to it. I like it enough to order a second helping of the kway

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    Darren Ng

    Fantastic kway chup!

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    Jason Goh

    Love their Kway chap. Intestines and stuffs are well cooked which is soft and yummy. Very value for money. Will keep going back for more. Thanks aunty for such comfort food

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    Kimberly Phua

    Love the kway chap here, especially the 大肠 and 猪脚. Meat is so soft. The serving is also generous. The auntie and men manning the stall are always helpful and nice.

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    Peter Cephas Chang

    The kway was thin and the soup was hot. Good value for money.

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    liu kim

    One of the best Kway Chup.

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    Kwan

    Excellent for its price. Flavor profile here is on the lighter side and I wish the Kway’s soup has a stronger herbal taste but for $3.50 I got a generous portion of organs which were cleaned well! Kway was 50+30c as I got the larger one.

    Again, portions are large and its the first kway chap I’ve had that was so filling.

    Mar 2022 Update:
    Pig organ soup is good too! There’s alot more meat to organs, perhaps I need to pay for an upsize.

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    Jasmine Khoo

    This is Ah Keat too, only at Triple 8 plaza at woodlands! Delicious food, reasonable pricing and super smooth kway. Much better than those overly franchised braised duck stalks who try to do kway chup as well. These guys know what they’re doing and they do it well. A solid five out of five!

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    bob fong

    Taste good reasonable price

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    Alvin Tan Jun Liang

    Prettu decent kway chap. Egg has a werid taste.

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    Sophia Tan

    Another option besides 888 and North Plaza to go for Kway Chap if you are in this area. They have everything here. Large intestine, small intestine and also pork skin. That is what make Kway Chap so delicious. Love that there is always place to sit to enjoy your meal.

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    Jeffery Tan

    good

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    Singlerella Sg

    Tasty generous pieces , inexpensive , tender and tasty . The Kway is fine and delicious.

    Will come again but I do like the one at Serangoon gardens market better.

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    Sean Clifton Webb

    Best food ever

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    Alfred Loh

    Pig organs soup and and kewchap as good as before good value for money

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    David LIM

    The chili guess very well with the well-stewed organs. The kway chup is the dilute water type. Not starchy. Nice mild flavor

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    Lian Ying Koh

    Nice random find!

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    CH Pow

    Its gopd. The soup is tasty. Pretty rich in favor too

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    Ling Freddy

    Nice & not expensive

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    Alfred Loh

    Good & tasty pig organ food price value for money

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    Jerry Tan Kah Ming

    Nice to have a meal there

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    Miseri Kenan

    For those who’s dont mind exortic cusine where mind decide but it look most internal kind of things

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    Jayleigh

    Above average kuay chap. The braised sauce is savoury and strong in soy sauce, spices. Innards have faint porky smell, which is to my liking. Broth is herbal and gao. But the egg taste weird.

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    Png Terence

    Very thick soup base! A cannot miss local delights!

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    David Teh

    Pig meat hard

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    Wong Tze Shin

    Nice one~

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    Alfred Loh

    still good

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    Andrew Limo

    I like this place for its quantity and quality of the pig organ soup. The soup is flavourful and delicious, the chilli sauce is simply perfect and generally it is value for money at $3.50 per bowl plus $0.50 for the rice.
    The serving is extremely generous to say the least. Worth a trip there to try it out…

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    Joshua Tan

    One of the food Gem in that area.

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    K S

    Hidden gem.

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    Ellis Lim

    Economical and tasty. One of my favorite coffeeshop makan.

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    Justin Zhang

    Malaysian style soup base(more herbal) for their bak kut teh, but the herbal taste is not too overwhelming. Thier kway zup is not bad too!

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    Desmond Loh

    Yummy kuay chap

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    Terence Goh

    Highly recommend this store, cheap and delicious

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    Jeffrey Low

    My favourite Kway chap stall! Cheap price and great taste! Opens 24 hour!

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    Sherry L

    One of the best Kway Chap I ever tasted at Woodlands, everything is very flavourful and the price is affordable too. The intestines are given generously compared to other Kway Chap stores I been to, which is what I love about this store. Price is okay, $4.50 per pax including the Kway. I have been coming here to eat once at least every month, so good!
    (as of 31 Oct 2021)

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    BenChuan Tang

    Delicious food.

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    Wenie Chin

    Kway chap was nice, no gamey pork smell and it’s flavorful.

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    Rebecca Goh

    One of the best kway chap I ever ate! Love the pig skin and big intestine.

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    James Jia

    No bad

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    Sock Hoon Ng

    Ofals were tender, melt in your mouth and seasoned just right.

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    Ghoul DeLox

    The best bak kut teh I can find around my area

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    Sf A

    Always good as usual.

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    PLI Chua

    Food is nice for those pork & inner parts lover.

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    Jonathan Ang

    Amazing Kway Chap! Intestines were well cleaned and flavorful from the braise (even the small intestines). Pig organ soup was flavourful yet did not have the over powering organ flavour that some places have

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    Raymond Yap

    Visited in early morning, so the meat was not as tender. Flavor was good.

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    Simon Tan

    Generous portions at reasonable prices. Will serve lean portions of the pig’s trotters when asked.

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    Omar Domingo

    Nice

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    Wilfred Loy Yong Kang

    This Kuay Chap store is without a doubt one of the best Kuay Chap store in Singapore! So delicious, so cheap, good portion as well! Definitely give them a try if you can!

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    MC SM

    Been here sooooo many times! Standard never drops and its always as delicious! Kway is good and broth is yummy. The intestines are clean and perfectly braised. Definitely worth the time travelling here just to enjoy legit kway chup. Do do also order the meats from the stall next to it, its superbbbbb!!

    Update: Try not to go during dinner period, soup tasted bland. They also accept non-cash payments, theres SG QR available.

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    laybit

    Your standard kway chap with pig skin, intestines, fish cake, egg and tau pok. Kway was soft and soup was piping hot. The chap were flavourful. Price increased from $4 to $4.50 starting today (1 May).

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    charles kang

    So far one of the good shops selling these in Woodlands area. Average price, only limited seating area until 888 complete it renovation. Ample car park at MSCP. Have other good shops around.

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    AlexanderEGreat

    Very clean and tender intestines! Great kwap chap! If u in the area, recommended to come

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    Liang Kai Ong

    Good and affordable

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    Melvin Tan

    Closed till 15th June ️

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    Gary Goh

    One of my favourite Pig’s Offal soup places.

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    Travola SG

    Power 5/5

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    Eng Joo Tan

    One of the best Kway Chap. The chilli is good.

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    choonhong lee

    nice kuay chap

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    YC Chia

    Great selections amd ample parking. No gamely smell. Just abit out of the way.

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    Jianwen Li

    Portions are generous, prices are fair, highly recommended!

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    Shun Qiang Ng

    shiok

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    Vincent Chew

    Food is decent. Kway Chap is better than the Pigs’ Organ soup, I feel.

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    MNG

    A perennial favorite amongst its residents and nearby office workers.
    This coffeeshop has a few great stalls like roast meats and teochew noodles.

    The broad sheet kway is of average quality. It comes with pig’s stomach, intestine and skin. All well cleaned and the skin was excellent with a bite. Well-cleaned and the braising liquid is flavorsome.
    Beancurd Puff and braised Egg are well flavored. Fishcake and Tofu are 2 standouts.
    Lastly, the preserved vegetable added a nice touch.
    $5 per portion which is reasonable for the selection and quality.

    A perpetual queue but moves quickly.

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    Felix Ker

    The portion isn’t very huge so if you’re a huge eater, go ahead and order more “kway”. The intestines are definitely enough for a larger portion of the carbohydrates.

    Taste wise I think it’s just nice, and the intestines are just fatty enough. There’s nothing I can complain except sometimes I do get some hair on the pig skin but that’s totally fine.

    Even during peak lunch hours, they serve very fast! Revisit? Yes!

    P.S. The serving is just nice for breakfast!

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    mikk s

    Very good and attracts a large number of lunch crowds. Recommended

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    DHeats Cheesecake

    Came over to eat due to the high review. Ordered the kway chap. It is actually very good with the chilli. The items are braised just nice. Remember to upsize as recommend by others. There is always people queuing.

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    LP Chan

    Best kway chap I have eaten so far.definitely will come again.

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    Xenocide Duke

    Went in the later afternoon. No queue. Rice noodle sheets were made to order. Piping hot pig innards, braised well and soaking wet Tau pok. Not forgetting the braised pork belly. Cooked till soft and almost melt in your mouth. Very flavorful. Chilli gives a good kick. Enhances the taste of the dish. Worth a try! Not expensive also! All these for only 6 bucks!

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    Melvyn Chua

    Best Kway Chap in Woodlands! Also go to the stall beside it, Char Siew, Roast Meat and Roast Duck are fantastic!

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    幽默感

    There are not many stalls, but they are relatively clean and usually have seats.

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    Hai Kee Teoh

    delicious and cheap

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    Jocelyn Yeo

    I tried the bat ku teh – although it wasn’t your usual bak ku teh broth as the soup was that of the pig organ’s soup, the soup had a tinge of sweetness to it and was really flavorful!

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    Ng Eng Guan

    Cheap, quality food, worth it! far away. .

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    Jayleigh

    Above average kuay chap. The braised sauce is savoury and strong in soy sauce, spices. Innards have faint porky smell, which is to my liking. Broth is herbal and gao. But the egg taste weird.

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    Kun Xiang Chia (Charles)

    Quite fix, quality pork with flavourful blend.

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    Jonathan Ang

    Amazing Kway Chap! Intestines were well cleaned and flavorful from the braise (even the small intestines). Pig organ soup was flavourful yet did not have the over powering organ flavour that some places have

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    Zion Lin Xu

    The best Kway Chap in Woodlands. I travel from other town to eat at this place.

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    Zhiming Heng

    Must try the Kwap Chap, very nice compared to most Kwap Chap stalls in Singapore and their pricing is very affordable!

    PS. Must also try the Char Siew and Roasted Pork Rice stall as well (just beside the Kway Chap stall), must go early before their roasted pork sold out quite fast! Both stalls offer delicious food that east-sider drive all the way there just to eat.

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    Sherlyn Lim

    My favorite!

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    Micah Sim

    Tried their Kway Chap. The intestines were juicy, really loved it. The other organs were tasty as well. Would definitely come back for more.

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    Yap HK

    nice n cheap food in woodlands

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    SK Lim

    Kway chap, pig leg and the roast duck and pork stall beside it are the signature of this region.

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    Enzo Tan

    Best comfort food

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    kian chai Yarh

    Worth the money. Should try it

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    Shiro Tan

    Delicious n simple food. Very efficient n polite too. Price is very reasonable!

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    Tan Soon Chua

    Very traditional taste of kway chap

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