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    Any "Kuay Chap" lovers here? I'm looking for Singapore's best Kuay Chap stall. They must be traditional and have pig tongue, pig blood, pig tail, etc... which most do not have at all.
    I miss the stall at the old "Lau Pasat" which used to be by the sea.


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    Not too sure about Singapore's Kuay Chap but I know the best I have ever tasted is in JB. Cheap and good.

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    Singapore where got pig blood lah!!! Go taiwan and eat BEST!

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    The stall at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre....can't recall the exact stall location, but if u go during the weekend, sure can see long q one...

    yum yum!!!

    I miss Singapore FOOD!!!!!!

    Cheers........


    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    Any "Kuay Chap" lovers here? I'm looking for Singapore's best Kuay Chap stall. They must be traditional and have pig tongue, pig blood, pig tail, etc... which most do not have at all.
    I miss the stall at the old "Lau Pasat" which used to be by the sea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisa
    Singapore where got pig blood lah!!! Go taiwan and eat BEST!
    Yee, nice huh? Tried 豬血糕 but just throw it away after a bite, not my taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    Any "Kuay Chap" lovers here? I'm looking for Singapore's best Kuay Chap stall. They must be traditional and have pig tongue, pig blood, pig tail, etc... which most do not have at all.
    I miss the stall at the old "Lau Pasat" which used to be by the sea.

    Actually, i doubt you can get pigs blood, tongue, lung, heart and such in singapore anymore. My mum told me that the abattoirs no longer 'process' pig innards, so the best u can get is pigs liver, intestines .....

    Anyway, the one at Old Airport road is fantastic... of course, the wanton mee, fried kway teow there supposed to be good as well ... *drool*

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    wah, old airport road, quite far mah... i stay clementi... boohoo...

    and also used to like a stall at a hawker centre which is now replaced by raffles hospital. gonez...
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    hey dude, S'pore how big only???

    good food is worth the travelling time!!! go go go

    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    wah, old airport road, quite far mah... i stay clementi... boohoo...

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    the stall along Macpherson Road. =))

    Two tongues... i mean THUMBS up!!! =P slurping good!

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    Tampines Ave 2, Blk 201C

    There's usually a crowd line up before they open for biz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnail
    the stall along Macpherson Road. =))

    Two tongues... i mean THUMBS up!!! =P slurping good!
    Bro, exactly where is it? Got good food will travel!

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    Bedok Central Hawker Centre (The Stall near the conner towards the MRT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon
    Bedok Central Hawker Centre (The Stall near the conner towards the MRT)
    oh, i thought the blk 85 is the most famous for good food? but very ulu, dunno how to go leh.

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    Don next time organise a food outing, den before eating we take pictures of the bowls & such with food & the steam... den after eating take photos of the empty bowls and those ppl who eat until whole table dirty kind....
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    Quote Originally Posted by oeyvind
    Yee, nice huh? Tried 豬血糕 but just throw it away after a bite, not my taste.
    Sound like Pig Ice-Cream... maybe its good served cold?

    anyway i dun like to eat those pig blood, liver, intestine things... just eat kuay chap with duck meat, sha zham bah, tau pok, etc...
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    aiyoh!!! u dun know what you are missing man!!!



    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    anyway i dun like to eat those pig blood, liver, intestine things...

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    Quote Originally Posted by plinius
    aiyoh!!! u dun know what you are missing man!!!
    i know lah... i am missing my haagen daz ice-cream already...
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    The food centre cum wet market at Lor 8 Toa Payoh..... best!! Be prepared to Q though.

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    There are different types of kueh chap.....which forms are you guys talking about?

    1. thick black soupy gravy with the kuey

    2. diluted soup with the kuey, with a little fried onion shavings on top

    3. herbal tasting type (heavy herb taste) with lots of garnish with the kuey


    not sure bout other types....i prefer type 2 most....
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    yup...second this one too....

    Quote Originally Posted by NitroTech
    The food centre cum wet market at Lor 8 Toa Payoh..... best!! Be prepared to Q though.

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