Time Out says
You know it’s gotta be good if a line forms for this calorie-laden dish every day – even if posters by the Health Promotion Board around it exhort people to eat a little cleaner. Hill Street’s char kway teow (from $3.50) is neither too dry nor wet, with just the right amount of wok hei – those brown bits are actually charred and not dark soya sauce. We also like that the dish is loaded with other ingredients like beansprouts, spring onions, Chinese sausage, cockles and an egg stirred in, giving you a bite of something with every mouthful.
16 Bedok South Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 10.30am-7.30pm|
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