Review Huat Kee Kway Chap, 171 Yishun Ave 7, Singapore

Review Huat Kee Kway Chap - Singapore 171 Yishun Ave 7

“One My fav kwaychap located in yishun, friendly family oriented staff. Waiting time can be more than 30mins” or “yummy and generous portion of kway. will come back! but needed to wait for quite awhile.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Huat Kee Kway Chap. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Huat Kee Kway Chap is quality.

Introduction about Huat Kee Kway Chap

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Background Info

  • Phone: 81212655 (+65 81212655)
  • Address: 171 Yishun Ave 7, Singapore
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Detailed information of Huat Kee Kway Chap

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 6:30 AM to 1:30 PM.

Wednesday: Closed.

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Phone number

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Address

You can directly come to 171 Yishun Ave 7, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Huat Kee Kway Chap reviews

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Is Huat Kee Kway Chap good?

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“One My fav kwaychap located in yishun, friendly family oriented staff. Waiting time can be more than 30mins”

“yummy and generous portion of kway. will come back! but needed to wait for quite awhile.”

“This kway Chap need no introduction. I have been following them since Blk 123.”

“Nice and tasty bowl of kway chap. Definitely worth a try. Be early though, crowded during peak timings and normally will sell out after lunch.”

“Very, very good Kway Chap here in Yishun. The ingredients tasted awesome and the Kway Tiew smooth. No stinky smell of the pig intestines.”

“Best kway chap i ever had. A bit ex, but worth the price. Items are never too soft or overcooked.”

“Finally we found the best kway chap we lost before that was in blk 123. They've shifted to blk 171 in yishun. The standard is great and tasty. And it's even closer to home. Excellent ”

“Huat Kee had moved again. This time nearer to the old place. And the Sat Queue is still as long. Guess thats the power of Huat Kee Kway Chup. Still the same good quality and yummy chilli.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 222 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.5 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 88% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Huat Kee Kway Chap, 171 Yishun Ave 7, Singapore

There is a total 222 reviews

4.5 / 5

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    Danny Choo

    One of the better kway chap in Singapore. Comes with a big bowl of tasty kway chap. The large intestine head is the best. No smell unlike others! You would not be disappointed, but must come before 12 noon otherwise everything sold out. The whole coffee shop is occupied by their customers.

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    Jiahui Yin

    Nice Kyaw Chap in Yishun Area. …

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    david Tan

    Very nice but need to wait

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    Leong Hai Chew

    Can try, if have time.

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    Thomas Yeo

    Yummy

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    chilarvet

    Quite nice, but he ready to wait for a while.

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    annjay Lim

    What a hidden find (well, at least for me). I like the flavour of the gravy, not too salty and there’s a tinge of herbal fragrance to it. The innards are all thoroughly cleaned, there isn’t any gamey smell to it at all. A mixed platter for two comes with large and small intestines, one egg, taupok and taukee, pork belly, salted vegetable and also fish maw. I prefer this stall to the popular one in AMK. The chili here is also much better. The set for two is really value for money. Just that I find the kway a little too thick for my liking.

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    Karyn Tan

    The lady server has marvellous memory. She can remember our likes without repetition. Food is also piping hot and fresh. Simply the best I ever tried!

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    george lau

    Moved here recently, heard much about it, waiting time 30 mins to 1 hour is normal. Indeed, it is very nice.

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    Arthur Chionh

    Tender and flavorful pork, rich and fragrant broth, silky-smooth kway (a type of flat noodle). Super affordable and value-for-money, about $12 for 2 pax. Can tell them your preferences e.g. no innards 内脏 (e.g. intestines, stomach etc.). I come here at least once a week. Don’t need an alarm to wake me up for this breakfast

    P.S. goes well with a cup of tea or coffee. Nice and affordable from super efficient and friendly drinks stall in the same hawker centre.

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    Benson Tay

    Very big portion kway chap

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    Ronald Soh

    Nice breakfast. Relatively fast service even on a weekend. Probably, I am lucky.

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    CL “HoSayBo”

    Always long Q…. Must wait if go at peak hours. Visited a few times early in the morning where crowd is lesser. Food is good if you like kway chup.

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    Steven Sim

    This kway Chap need no introduction. I have been following them since Blk 123.

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    val

    Ok

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    MAMIL SG

    Opens at 630am. Go early to avoid long queue

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    Patricia Yeo

    Definitely one of the best Kway Chap I ever had in my life – aside to the one at West Coast. Both style is very different, in terms of sauce.

    This Huat Kee’s sauce is full of umami with liquid consistency. Whereas the West Coast Kway Chap is tasty & starchy. What I like about both is that the food is well braised and flavorful.

    You can also request for the soup base of the Kway chap to be more tasty – the store owner will add less water to dilute it.

    I am also surprised by an exquisite ingredient which only Huat Kee has by far – Pig’s Tongue. The texture is like pork cheeks just without the fats.

    Even the pig skin is different – it looks like fish maw.

    The Kway chap is smooth and thin, and retains its texture even absorbing some of the umami soup base.

    Everything is so good that I managed to finished 3/4 of the Kway chap and ate quite a lot.

    Will definitely come back again.

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    Dave Ho

    The best kway chap

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    Brian Lee

    Nice place to eat kway chap

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    Lam Soon Soh (squallsoh)

    Nice kway chap in Yishun

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    Hui Li

    Best kway chap ever and the service is very good.The portion is huge and cheap as well.love it!!waited for 1&half hour on Sunday is really worth the wait. The chilli here is really damn tasty . Not lying at all!!

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    Peranakan Baba

    Good local comfort food

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    Tan Theresa

    Nice although need to wait 45min. The coffeeshop even have baby chair which is very convenient

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    lim joseph

    Best kueh chap in yishun

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    Simon Teo

    Value for money and the taste is great. But need patience.. long queue always.

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    Jerry Chen

    Best kway chap for me so far…..

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    H P Lim

    One of the best Kway Chap in Yishun. Expect to wait 10 min to 30 min to get the food due to their popularity. This stall use to locate at Blk 123 then relocate to Blk 333 and finally to Blk 171. The ingredients was fresh and the Kway come with a smooth and thin texture.

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    Chew Chester

    Best kway chap

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    David Lim

    Think this place is the best kway chap in Yishun now, if you are into this dish.
    Ordered a set for 2, came with meat, innards, skin, eggs, fish cake, tau pok, tau kwa and preserved mustard greens! The portioning is so huge that we had 1/4 leftover even with our best efforts.
    Everything was cleaned very nicely and slow braised to perfection. The soup/sauce has slight hint of herbal taste to it, works for us but might not be for everyone.

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    Charmaine Lim

    Yishun hidden gem since 1990s
    Call for Tabao between May to June 2021

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    Goh Teck Khye

    Gotta Try it. Packed Home on Sat.. The Smell of it in the Car is already Say it all… Let alone Eating it… For Packing, Separate the Kuay with the Soup will be Ideal..

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    Joshua Chin

    Nestled in a precinct of old blocks, this kway chup is a #hiddenfind! Love the smooth kway and the ingredients!

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    Lxtan

    Normal

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    KekTong Pang

    tasty

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    William Tan

    A hidden gem! Truly considered one of the best Kway Chap tasted.. very old school with a very good potent braise sauce to start with!

    Packed with spices and herbs! Very aromatic base braise makes everything you dump in wonderful!

    Kway is flavourful! It’s the kind that even the soup is packed with tastes due to again the original sauce simmering constantly.

    Chilli packs a punch, serving is generous!

    Intestines do have a tad of “taste” but not appalling, rather true to its name, old school type. I like it that way!

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    Peter

    One of the better kway chap

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    Kalen Leow

    Ordered kway chap for 2 pax + 1 pig organ soup. Total waiting time was around 1 hour.

    They were generous with the portion and the intestines were cleaned well.Pig organ soup was above average.

    However the kway was lack lusting, quite bland.

    Total cost: $17
    Conclusion: Overall, its average and not worth the waiting time

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    Pey Fen Pang

    Good.

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    Bruce Lee

    Best chap cake in Singapore.

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    Rena Ng

    Tasty! Coffeeshop is clean and decent too. Worth a visit.

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    Matthew Tan

    1st of all.. order by order.. hawker prepares food 1 after another..not queue cutting; no matter how small or big your order the chitterlings are excellently cleaned, rest of the innards are good as well. The kway teow is thin and smooth.. slurping good! …

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    Ezekiel Tan

    Rich and wonderful kway chap that has great herbal soup.
    Saw that they created Instagram @huatkeekwaychap.sg
    Many nice content on there as well!

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    Kimberly Tan

    Shifted to yishun 171. Still the same tasty. Waiting time can go for too long… 1 hour is consider fast! Worth the wait though

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    Kenny Chong

    I like the Kuey Chap here. Even though the shop is busy but the staff still friendly to serve you. Will definitely return and eat again

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    Eric Tan

    Best Kway Chap!
    Relocate to here, yishun block 171 coffee shop, from yishun block 123.
    Owner rest on the Wednesday.

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    Yeo gee leong arthur

    One of the best. …

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    Bernard Loh

    Rather peppery for the kuay, otherwise ok. Pig skin is fried type, overall less porky smell.

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    Ms C

    Come early otherwise the waiting time will be quite long.

    Quality of food: great. Big intestine is clean not yucky smell. In general it’s worth eating . 2 person portion with large intestine $16.

    Coffeeshop hot coffee and tea – tasteless and expensive. Better to get cold drinks instead.

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    城市跿行者

    Probably the best kway chap in North Singapore! The braised meat taste very authentic and the kway itself also very smooth. Worth for money and highly recommended.

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    soh edward

    Shifted here from blk 123 yishun Street 11

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    hui li

    Best kway chap I have eaten!! After knowing this store, not gonna eat other store anymore. Very flavourful, intestine are cleaned well and the chilli is the best partner with the intestines. 5 stars recommend others to try!!!

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    Zuriel Mamba

    Kway is smooth, portion is rather small for the price

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    TBS

    Chance upon this good kway chap stall at a small coffee shop.

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    Zen Lam

    One of the best Away Chap…. Expected long waiting time during weekend

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    BènéW

    Come and try.. …

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    Timothy Chan

    Affordable and good. Sells out real fast. Be there early in the morning.

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    Ho Joy

    Delicious kway chap with crowd even on a wkday…but pretty fast serving (waited around 15 mins)……

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    Kevin Lee Yu Xiong

    Yummy kway chap. No pork smell.

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    Anthony Hoo

    They have just moved to Blk 333 Yishun Street 31, Gold186 coffeeshop. Business is as good as before.

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    Matilda Yong

    Food is good, service is slow!

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    Tony Tan

    This is a popular kway chap stall in Yishun, usually sold out before 1pm as recommended by my friends. I ordered the kway chap for 2 pax on a Sunday at about 9.45am. The food arrived 45mins later at about 10.30am. The stall attendant did inform that it will be a long wait as they still had lots of unfulfilled orders.

    The coffee shop was already filled with customers at this timing waiting at empty tables for their kway chap to be ready.

    The standard set includes pork belly, braised egg, fried pork skin, taukwa, taupok, fishcake, small and big intestines. The kway’s soup base was too bland for us. The texture of pork belly was kind of tough. The braised egg was really flavourful inside out but not the taukwa. Overall, it is more towards traditional taste which was well-liked by my friends staying in Yishun. I personally prefer more intense flavour type, which was usually sold together with braised duck.

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    Ke Yuan Kwek

    Huat Kee had moved again. This time nearer to the old place. And the Sat Queue is still as long. Guess thats the power of Huat Kee Kway Chup.

    Still the same good quality and yummy chilli.

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    Leon Chua

    Good parking space. Coffee shop abit too small. But kway chap is good and service is prompt.

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    Roddick Sumsung

    One of the better Quay Chap tried. Just bit out of the way.

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    Jack Lee

    Never fails to disappoint. Authentic old school flavors

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    T Tann

    Authentic kway chap, must try!

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    Benjamin Yeo

    1 word. Superb! …

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    Thomas Wong

    Best in yishun

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    Sailor Hawk

    The best …

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    Calvin Lim

    Very very good

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    Dani Kristyawati-Teo

    Delicious Kway Chap with generous portion of dishes! But have to wait as the queue is pretty long most of the time.

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    jemeng long

    Q was long and food taste nice with lots of mixed for a person

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    Reboot Myth

    The dark sauce and soup are top notch, flavourful without becoming too salty. The kway is also excellent – very soft and smooth, but still able to hold it’s shape and texture. The meat… Prepared with care, so they’re tender and don’t have the offal smell – clean to the palate, which shows the skill of the cook. Portions and price are about right.

    The only issue I have is the weak chili dip – missing vinegar.

    Be prepared to wait as they dish out the orders with care.

    Overall it’s worth the wait if you like Kway Chap.

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    Lucas Y

    One of the best Kuay Chaps. You know it’s good when 99% of the customers of this Kopitiam are eating from this stall.

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    Shuren Lin

    Kway tastes great. Chap tastes great. Chilli tastes great. Just make sure you go during off peak hours if not there will definitely be a long wait

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    Swee Kee Lim

    Still the best kway chap I have ate in Singapore since I was young till now.

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    Terence Chen

    No discussion needed. Best kway chap!

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    Alvin Ting

    Used to be my fav kway chap stall. But the standard drop a bit. No more braised pig skin …

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    Lily Lee

    If you are a kway-chap lover,Huat Kee is the right choice. A friend has Recommended me to this place & I am a frequent customer now. Food is well presented as it’s nicely cut . Tasty,too.

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    Kwoh Lai Heng

    kway chap here is the best in Woodland and yishun area

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    Vincent Choong

    1 of the best in Yishun

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    Cin 2

    The food standard dropped. Not tasty now.

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    Neo Seng

    Affordable and good taste

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    K C LIM

    This’s one of the best ‘kway chap’ I’ve been following for many years! The flat smooth rice noodle with fried shallot in the savoury broth is incredibly tasty, unlike most places where they serve broth that is bland. The braised pig offal, egg, tau pok, pork belly and so on are appetising. Dip into their zesty sour chilli sauce & you’ll experience a burst of flavours in you mouth. Do expect a waiting time of between 15 to 45 min depending on what time. By 12 noon, they are almost sold out!

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    YY

    Slightly bland to my liking

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    Forest Q

    Almost sold out by 12pm

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    Koh Soo Poh

    Nice and tasty bowl of kway chap. Definitely worth a try. Be early though, crowded during peak timings and normally will sell out after lunch.

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    Philip Tang

    Very tasty

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    Tang Siew Loon

    This the best kway chap that my family and I have ever had! The quality standard of the intestines is superb, very clean! The taste is also just nice, not too salty for those who are health-conscious.

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    swee sin eng

    Long q on Sunday morning even it does not look that packed.

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    Melvin Yo

    Food is tasty and served piping hot. They are well organized, and they serve to your table, which is a big plus point.

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    Tony Tan

    This is a popular kway chap stall in Yishun, usually sold out before 1pm as recommended by my friends. I ordered the kway chap for 2 pax on a Sunday at about 9.45am. The food arrived 45mins later at about 10.30am. The stall attendant did inform that it will be a long wait as they still had lots of unfulfilled orders.

    The coffee shop was already filled with customers at this timing waiting at empty tables for their kway chap to be ready.

    The standard set includes pork belly, braised egg, fried pork skin, taukwa, taupok, fishcake, small and big intestines. The kway’s soup base was too bland for us. The texture of pork belly was kind of tough. The braised egg was really flavourful inside out but not the taukwa. Overall, it is more towards traditional taste which was well-liked by my friends staying in Yishun. I personally prefer more intense flavour type, which was usually sold together with braised duck.

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    Wilson Wong Chin Tat

    Not bad, just need to be mindful as most of the time need to queue

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    Pang Hao Ong

    Be prepared to wait on a Sunday morning. 30 mins to 1 hour

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    Jason Liaw

    Nice n yummy kway chap

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    Darren Lee

    This stall food is very very very nice and suit to all ages of people’s. All staffs very polite and Boss very humble. Do not miss this stall food. I should say of whole Singapore kway chap that I had tried before, so stall foods is like theirs and most important point is the price is reasonable. I can see the boss of this stall like more people to enjoy their foods more than making money out from it Enjoy it while u can.

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    Jason Lin

    It’s not delicious to replace pork skin with fried ones!

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    Chong Puay, 钟佩 Lau

    This stall has moved from Blk 123 Yishun Street 11 to Blk 333 Yishun. The food is nice and cook is very friendly. Worth the try.

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    Marc Choo

    Not so good

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    Jason Lee

    Nice hidden gem in Yishun. Soup is tasty and doesn’t have the overpowering intestine taste that you may find elsewhere

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    William & Vivien Shared Family Account

    1 of the best kway chap i had in Singapore. The Kway is so soft and silky. Soup is fantastic and the meats had been season long enough to have captured the taste of their fragrance sauce.

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    Kolin Lim

    old fashioned juice

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    Marcus Tan

    Previously from Yishun Blk 123, standard okay personally I think it tasted better at 123.

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    C

    yummy and generous portion of kway. will come back! but needed to wait for quite awhile.

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    jacob seet

    Sauce was with too much spice. And chye buay not tasty enough.

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    Kenneth Sim

    The best kway chap in the north

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    Jackie Oh

    Nice Kway Chap. Friendly stall owner.

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    Jason Tay

    The kway chap is tasty but the mixture and type are not same as most of the traditional kway chap. Opening hours are also very unpredictable. I went there 3 times and only managed to try once. Prepare for waiting time of at least 15 mins.

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    Max Tan

    Nice food

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    Gregory Zhou

    Love it. Go early or late. Very busy at lunch

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    Peter cheahks

    Best kway chap in Singapore. Waited for 1 hour . Worth the wait.

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    Kent Chua

    My fav kway chup

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    Carol Makwm

    Actually is quite good but must have patience, at least 15mins for non peak.

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    Sky Ain't Limit

    The kway chap is quite good – meat is tender and savory. However the waiting time is too long – waited 30 mins in a weekday afternoon. The cofee shop is quite run down though, not for fussy diners.

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    Ai Hoon Koh

    Not bad but just super long q and close early

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    Jason K

    good

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    MyGfCute

    One of the best in the north.

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    Vince Chua

    Delicious kway chap. The meat, intestines can showed they have cooked it for quite sometime and the taste is all in there. Not over powering with too much spices and the kway is smooth & tender. $5.50 may sound expensive compared to other food or in other hawker centre but it is value worth it.

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    Mark Liao

    To be frank, not the best I ever eaten. It’s delicious and authentic though.

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    Jerald Lim

    Excellent kway chap hidden in a nondescript neighbourhood kopitiam. For the $4.50 one-person set, I got pork belly, big intestines, pork skin, tau pok, tau kwa, and half braised egg + big bowl of kway. I like that the boss thickly sliced the ingredients, which is very generous compared to many other such stalls. The kway was well-cooked, came still in complete big squares (instead of fragments), and the broth has nice sprinkling of fried onions/garlic oil. Only gripe is that the chilli is soooo sour, but I guess it works to freshen up the taste buds.

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    Philip Yap

    It is a coffee shop with the kway Chap stall being the main attraction. I did not find the quality to be exceptional and are comparable ones elsewhere

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    Spencer Chua

    Average for me… didn’t like the “dried” pork skin….. very mild tasting soup Base… meat aerved however is tender.

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    Irene Goh

    It always my favorite food

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    FARICK Ng

    Best kway chap i ever had. A bit ex, but worth the price. Items are never too soft or overcooked.

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    Ken Lee

    Best Kuay Chap for me.

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    Jason Khoo

    Chilli sauce is superb!

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    Sam Wee

    Good decent kway chap. Expect waiting times of more than 20 minutes.

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    slime slime

    nice! close before lunch

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    Edward Rodrigues

    Finally we found the best kway chap we lost before that was in blk 123. They’ve shifted to blk 171 in yishun. The standard is great and tasty. And it’s even closer to home. Excellent

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    Chong Wei WONG

    While I don’t find the kway any special. The side dish is actually quite amazing. All the meat and intestine cooked to be so soft that it feels like melt in your mouth. The location is actually quite secluded. But you’ll still have to wait 30 minutes for your turn.

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    Jason Kwok

    Soup wasn’t as thick as I hope it to be. But food overall is cheap and the chilli is sour which makes it appetizing to pair with the rest of the food.

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    Tony Tan

    One of the best 3 in Singapore. Trust me.

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    Cher Wenxiang

    Super nice, one of the best I had in many years!

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    alzx05

    Very nice kway chap. The best i ever had. Just the waiting time are too long for me.

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    TCH

    Very, very good Kway Chap here in Yishun. The ingredients tasted awesome and the Kway Tiew smooth. No stinky smell of the pig intestines.

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    Zoe 5 Zoe

    Love it!

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    Tan Khing yong

    The food is so nice I often came here to eat …

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    Seow Kweng Hong

    Good kway chap and reasonable price.
    Closing as soon as the stocks depleted b4 10am

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    Richard Ong Swee Heng

    So far this is the best Kway Chap at Yishun area..

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    Koh Eric

    One of the best Kway Chap in this area. Reasonably priced, good taste. …

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    Ah Hong

    Ordinary, not worth queuing specially, the price is five-star, the standard is three-star, and it is the last time to wait.

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    Derrick Oh

    The food is great but the waiting time is always around 45 mins to 1 hr.

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    Vince Chua

    Delicious kway chap. The meat, intestines can showed they have cooked it for quite sometime and the taste is all in there. Not over powering with too much spices and the kway is smooth & tender. $5.50 may sound expensive compared to other food or in other hawker centre but it is value worth it.

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    FoodieDirectory

    3 stars for presentation and 5 stars for taste. The soup color wasn’t as dark as I’m used to and the ingredients were arranged haphazardly. But I have to say that the meat and intestines tasted lovely especially when paired with the chilli. Kway was not bad. Not as smooth as some other places I’ve tried but near enough. Herbal soup was subtle and not strong. Overall, a place I would recommend for Kway Chap in this part of Singapore that is off the beaten track.

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    Stephanie Toh

    This kway chap stall previously from blk 123 and still taste the same as before. Mostly item sold out before 1.30pm and waiting time about 30min

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    Cliff Low

    Eating this stall for more than 30 years. So far this is the best I have eaten. No other Kway Chap better than this.

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    Ernest Kiang

    very nice.

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    marblekate

    The kway is the smoothest I have tried and they don’t stick together despite being so thin. The gravy and soup doesn’t taste salty at all. Tasted surprisingly healthy and yummy. Waited for 20 minutes on a Sunday morning but it was worth waiting. $11 for 2 pax.

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    Andy Lau

    Best Kway Chap in town. Must try food in Yishun

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    Vect Yang

    All other not good this is so fat the best I had

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    TY Koh

    Kway chap is good. Be prepared for long wait time on weekends and holidays. Usually sold out by noon during holidays and weekends. If you want to eat for lunch on weekends, reach by 10.30 AM. You should get your food by lunch.

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    Melodie Tan

    Kway chap is not bad. Pig skin could be softer though.

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    Stanley Ho

    Very long wait even tho the queue is not very long, due to the slow motion cutting speed.

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    Andrew Tan

    Breakfast at Huat Kee Kway Chap…delicious…
    4times eat breakfast at here…

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    Ming Qing Lye

    Is better than most stall but not the best IMO. Have long Q during my Friday 12pm visit.

    This place is hidden on the HDB and cannot be seen from main road. Nearby here have CP market and Woodland 888 have also have same level of Kway Chap

    2 person portion add meat and egg with 3* Kway is $13.50 , my family did not enjoy the chili from here.

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    Siang Ee Tan

    The Kway is very nice… Silky smooth.

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    V L

    Not bad at all – a bit pricey

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    Koh Jeremy

    Damn good

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    KN IWN

    My local friend took me to try this local food very early morning for our breakfast. We ordered kway chap and platter of meat (pork nuckle, pork belly, intestine, eggs, etc..). Food was quite good and I really enjoyed the sweetness with herb from the soup.

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    Gek Noi Koh

    Great kway chap with large intestines, tau kwa, tau pok, pork belly, pig’s skin and kiam chye.

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    Ken Yeo Ken

    Power….

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    Trevor Klass

    The chilli is pretty gd n the pig skin is cleaned quite well without alot of hair still on it

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    Jayleigh

    Joined the invisible queue and waited 30 minutes for a plate of kway chap. Not to my liking.

    The braised sauce is sweet, which put me off. Nonetheless, innards were cleaned thoroughly. Pork belly, egg, taupok were all well-infused in the braised sauce. This stall also offered fried pig skin, which was dunked in the braised sauce. Not sure what frying it does to the skin, I still prefer the usual pig skin.

    Kway broth was herbal, also on the sweeter end. Serving was generous and priced affordably.

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    Poyosann 88 (BBGIRL88)

    One My fav kwaychap located in yishun, friendly family oriented staff. Waiting time can be more than 30mins

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    joanne how

    Nice food

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    Christopher Ong

    Old school kway chap. The intestines are washed properly and is marinated and cooked well. Kway is fragrant with the fried shallots and celery.

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    Zleipnir Goh

    The best kuay chup I had ^^

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    CW T

    best kway chap in yishun

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    Joseph Chua

    Authentic taste with old folks taste

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    AquaNier

    A tad pricey. I prefer another place which is more affordable and taste slightly better.

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    Dumas Tang

    The food was great.

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    jasmine Tan

    Super yummy kuay chapmy all-time favourite …

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    Alexander AikTuan, Oo

    Surprisingly good!

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    Kel Tan

    $4.50 price for one person

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    Quek LC

    Had Sunday Brunch here. Love this coffee shop because one of the rare ones where your food is served is no queues, buzzers, jostling for trays, spooning chilli sauce, etc. Order, find a table anywhere, they will track and seek you, and your food arrives (after 15mins for my Kway Chap). I had a generous serving for 2 at $21, of an eclectic selection of tongue, big head intestine, lor bak, hoong tng, Kiam chye, tao pok, egg. I was not accustomed to the seasoning, it’s unlike all the others I have tried. ( and I have tried alot!). I think it’s Chinese licorice (I am not 100% sure, could be wrong). Which came too much to the fore that it competed for attention with basic sweet and salty, which I found slightly wanting. You’ll either hate it or love it. I might come back for a 2nd try because Im sitting on the fence. The chai png and the ZiChar here also caught my eye. If not for anything else, I’d come back just to be served your food at a coffee shop. Haha

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    Nelson Lim 90665660

    Nice Kway Chap.

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    Sherry L

    First time coming here. The store owner was very nice, the coffee shop majority were occupied to wait for this stall. Waited about 40-50min for the food, expecting to be real good, but to our disappointment, it was meh, so-so. The kway soup is a tad bland, not herbal enough.
    Ordered for 2 pax, were given lot of meat and other foodies, but the intestines given was for 1 pax only.

    Price isn’t shown on their board, anyway it’s $5.50 per pax including the kway, I won’t come again, but if you like it, then good for you.
    (as of 4 Nov 2021)

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    Gary Ng

    Have been eating their Kway Chap since 10+ years ago in Yishun. Price and taste are excellent, as long as you’re willing to wait 30-45 mins average on normal period..

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    Ashton Tan

    Best Kuay Chap and Friendly Stall

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    TT T

    Expect to wait quite a while during peak hours. Come early before items run out.

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    Jeffrey Lew

    Must try.. yummy

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    Nathanael Hsien-Ern Ng

    Very good kway chap. Price reasonable; seems to use a bit of MSG but not too much. Includes fried pork skin (spongy) – not all kway chap stalls serve that. The noodles are quite smooth; soup is light but still flavourful; meat is very tasty with excellent texture and mouthfeel. Chilli sauce is fragrant and moderately spicy.

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    wonton Cookie

    Ate yum

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    Chye Lian Tan

    Yummy n cheap

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    Yvonne Tan

    Good food

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    Sebestian Tan

    The braising sauce is lighter compare to many other places but all the ingredients are full of favour. Chilli sauce is also not overly sour. Love it but be prepared to wait an average of 30 minutes to get your kway chap.

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    Ruby Loh

    Broth is not tasty. Chilli sauce is bad. My 2 stars are for the Ingredients which are fresh. Not worth the queue.

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    Muso Lee

    Super tasty and well served. Value for money.

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    Alvin Tan

    Ho jiek.. Nice eatery located at a quiet neighbourhood

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    Victor Keong

    Probably the best Kway Chap in the North!

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    Lim Tiam Hee

    Definitely a place to eat again

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    Alan Koo

    Very good Kway Chap! So fresh and pig intestines are so well cleaned. Kway is wonderful.

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    No Name

    One of the best Kway Chap around Yishun. But queue is normally long.

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    Vincent Wong

    Long wait

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    Jeremiah Ding

    Good kway chap is hard to find these days, but for what few stalls there are left, Huat Kee Kway Chap certainly brings home the bacon (pun intended). The broth and chili sauce are both must-trys, while the intestines and skin are sinful but amazing.

    Waiting for the food upon ordering can stretch from 30 minutes to an hour, but just call the friendly stallholder and collect it from their stall at an agreed-upon timing to save time!

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    Benedict Cheon

    Very nice kweh chap. Short wait on a weekday morning. Otherwise be prepared to wait at least 1 hr on weekends.

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    Junda Ong

    Could wait up to 1 hour, and likely sold out by 12.30pm on a weekday. It’s that good.

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    Lin Eva

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    Lai kw

    Very nice must try at yishun !

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    Ivanus Manopo

    Very savoury Kway Chap!

    The queue is very long though. Can be as fast as 15 mins up to 50 mins!

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    Terry Ong

    One of the best Kway Chap found in Singapore. Must try!

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    Lewis Koh

    good old taste of kway chup

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    sl Pammy

    Food is not bad but coffee shop is small and run-down. Prepared for waiting for seats as the seats are limited

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    Cindy Ang

    Pig intestines are delicious

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    WK G

    Interesting mode of operation. These few year has seen this stall moved 3 times, but all in Yishun. Ate twice when it was at Blk 123, near Chong Pang Market, ate once when it was at Blk 333C, near Junction 9. And today ate at Blk 171, near Ahmad Ibrahim Sec Sch. Not the best I hv eaten but is definitely not bad. Early morning weekdays is not crowded. Anyone knows why they have been playing Hide and Seek w customers for the past few years?

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    EnQing Xavier

    One of the most traditional yishun style mix pig organs rice noodles. The food is of rich herbal smell and is an aquired taste.

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    Jayleigh

    Joined the invisible queue and waited 30 minutes for a plate of kway chap. Not to my liking.

    The braised sauce is sweet, which put me off. Nonetheless, innards were cleaned thoroughly. Pork belly, egg, taupok were all well-infused in the braised sauce. This stall also offered fried pig skin, which was dunked in the braised sauce. Not sure what frying it does to the skin, I still prefer the usual pig skin.

    Kway broth was herbal, also on the sweeter end. Serving was generous and priced affordably.

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    jeffrey leng

    Best Kway Chap !!!

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    Cedric Ho

    Nice Kway Chap and Pig Organ’s soup as well. The sisters can remember their customers and preferences as well. Am impressed!

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    kah hock tan

    Best kway chap I ever had

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    Minghui Tay

    Portion is good and the taste is legit! …

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    jason lim

    Pig Organ Soup, Available with effect 10/10/2019

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    Terence Yeo

    This is a famous stall for the residents in Yishun. Have been going there since discovering them while they are located at Blk 123. Lost them for a while as they moved to another place before settling down at the current place. You will have to wait between 1/2 hr to 45 mins depending on the hrs in the morning that you go because they are very popular. Good old taste of traditional kway chap served . If you are a fan of pig innards and organs, this is the place as their braised sauce is very good and the intestines ( large and small ) are cleaned properly and do not have the smell. Reasonable prices too.

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    Kelvin Chu

    The fried pig skin is the best

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    JJ LEE

    Marvelous n good not so cheap traditional kway chap

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    Eric Lim

    If you are a Kway Chap lover, you have to try this one.

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    Hong Daniel

    Good

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    Cobix Sam

    Good

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    des mon

    Nice

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    Solomon Lee

    Best traditional Kwap Chap. Used to be at block 333. Fragrance sauce and meat.

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    Peter

    Good taste. Do expect to wait a while. Pricing consider to be reasonable as most of the F&B has increase their selling due to high rental and high GST nowadays. Worth a second visit especially those who love singapore street food.

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    Yan Lin Tan

    Be prepared to wait for you food if you go at 9am!

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