Lao San Kway Chap: Is This The Kway Chap?

Is this the kway chap you and I have been waiting for? Time will tell.

I was here previously and was served a bowl of diluted kway chap that put me off and I didn't get to try their braised pig offals too so I am was convinced I was done with this kway chap store but hey, everyone deserves a second chance don't they?

Maybe I was too quick to judge but boy, was I glad I tried it a second time. This time round, the bowl of kway came piping hot with just the right amount of braised sauce mixed in, and some fried shallots and fried shallot oil to top it all off; A delicious bowl of kway indeed.
The Cai Buay was crispy and had a nice balance between it's saltiness and sweetness.  
If you're eating kway chap then I insist that you must try their braised pig offals, only that will give you a good judgement on how good the kway chap store is, besides the kway of course.

The braised innards here are wonderfully braised to perfection. The intestines are tender and packed full of flavour from the braising. These were good enough to elicit a 'mmmm..' from me, so do conquer your fear of pig offals if you have one because you are missing out a lot!

I shalln't be so quick to judge anymore because time will tell if this store's kway chap is indeed the best as I go around trying other kway chap and be back to do a collation.

Do you agree that this store's kway chap is very good? Or do you have another personal favourite that you would love to share? Please do leave a comment on the bottom to let me know, thank you.

Lao San Kway Chap
Blk 232 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3
6am to 12mn

Closed on Monday


Anonymous said...

I went to eat this Lao San kway chap and was left disappointed. There was no one in the queue and yet I stood there for 15 minutes waiting to order and was ignored. A middle-aged woman then came and placed an order of a simple bowl of kway chap and the lady inside served her the bowl she was ladling for someone else immediately. Tht lady who came so much later then me shouts out her order and her order was served to her in less than 3 seconds. So I thought this stall probably doesn't take orders as all customers would just need to tell them their order straight without waiting for them to ask. So I told them my order and was snapped by the lady, asking me to wait.
So after about 5 more minutes, the old man who was inside preparing the ingredients finally asked me for my order.
When my order came, it was a small bowl with a small plate of innards and an egg. Nothing impressive there.
It costs like $3.60 which was slightly more expensive than the average ones. I thought this better be good. I took a sip of the soup and the gravy, again nothing impressive. The kway was in huge chunks which makes it very difficult to pick up or even put on the spoon. Serving was very small and I took about a third of the waiting time to finish it.

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