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No 18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow

Address: 70 Zion Road, Zion Riverside Food Centre #01-17 Singapore 247792

Time: 12pm - 3pm, 6.30pm - 11pm, Closed on Alternate Monday

Specialty: Fried Kway Teow

In-Charge: Mr Ho

Website: http://www.sbestfood.com/no181.htm

About No 18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow

This awards-winning, customers highly recommended stall, the "No 18 Zion Road Fried Kway Teow" is managed by chef Mr Ho. With experience accumulated over the years, I want to present a memorable and taste-licious Fried Kway Teow to all my customers. I really appreciate for your supports and will continue to serve you guys the traditional-style of Fried Kway Teow. Thank you!
Award Recommendation
Makansutra Street Food Master 2007
Green Book Best Food Awards
Mangosteen Club Best 5
City Hawker 2008
The Business Times CEOs' Hawker Guide
The Straits Times
Food Specialists
LianHe WanBao
The New Paper
Makan King
Life Eats

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25 Apr 2007 Mr Toh / Engineer

Came to know you from the website. Your char kway teow really got standard, no joke!!! Big plate… lots of ingredients… fresh… tasty pork lard to go with… nice and delicious. Die die really must try, the BEST in Singapore!!!

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21 Dec 2006 Ms Janet Tang / Accountant

This is one of the best fried kway teow stall in Singapore. Good food and good service.

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1 Sep 2006 Mr Roger Soh / Restaurant Operation Manager

Another master of Fried Kway Teow in town. Ingredients are fresh, especially the cockles. Well balance of mee and kway teow, and most importantly its not OILY, but saucy. More ‘bak you po’ uncle. Highly recommended!

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6 Jan 2006 Mr James Tan / Professor

Best of the best Char Kway Teow that I have ever tasted! Must try, must try! If you don’t, you do not know what Char Kway Teow means!

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16 Sep 2005 Ms Linda Chan / Accountant

The best char kway teow I ever tasted so far. Great food with reasonable price and friendly attitude. Well done. Will recommend more friends to you. Thanks.

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27 Aug 2005 Kelvin Low / NUS Student

It is number ONE fried kway teow in Singapore, better than the one in Bedok. Taste is tremendously delicious, not oily … ingredients used are very fresh and most importantly the owners are very friendly too! TWO THUMBS UP!!!

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12 Jun 2005 Mr Koh K. H. / Engineer

Heard of this stall before and finally got a chance to try.. Hmm, his fried kway teow is really good, tasty and not very oily. I think that was why so many customers came here. Well done, keep it up!!!

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3 Jun 2005 Jennifer Teo / Student

This was the first time I tried the uncle’s char kway teow. The taste is very delicious, I enjoy it very much… will come back for more.

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29 Dec 2004 Ms Grace Pang / Clerk

We used to take our lunch in Zion Riverside Food Ctr and this is the stall that we will not miss. The fried kway teow is really fantastic, the smell can already make us feel more hungry & drooling. Really good, die die must try!!!

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16 Nov 2004 Ms Tan Siew Kim / Student

This is the best Fried Kway Teow I have ever tasted.

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15 Sep 2004 Mr Wong / Editor

Another excellent fried kway teow stall! You can see people queuing before the operating hours. The kway teow and mee are perfectly mixed with fresh beansprouts, chives, egg, chinese sausage and cockles. The taste is absolutely good with the lard bits. A die die must try stall, highly recommended.

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