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Hai Fa Kway Chap

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Located in Bedok Interchange Food Centre, Hai Fa Kway Chap serves Chinese cuisine.
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Hai Fa Kway Chap - Nice Kway Chap but a bit pricey

It has been a long time since we last visit to the stall, perhaps five to seven years ago or probably even more. However, this is one of the kway chap stalls that is deeply ingrained in our memories. Something that can stay in a person memory is usually the best or the worst memory, and this is especially true when come to food.Well, the reason is straight forward; we don’t condone hawkers that are cocky and arrogant. Then, why are we back here again after so many years? Reason is that simple; we observed and found they have improved in the attitude, so we decided to give them a try.   We ordered a mixture of braised pork, tau pok, intestine and eggs. The braised pork, tau pok, intestines and the heavenly braised eggs were still well marinated and soaked up all the essence of the gravy. The intestines were well cleaned and did not have the stench of the viscera parts. We especially love the braised eggs, the familiar nostalgia taste crept stealthily back into our taste buds when the egg was delivered in our mouth. The eggs were the first item we ordered and this is one of the die die must eat items from the stall. The flavour is simply zesty and luscious that is regrettable if you missed it out in your order.   This is one of the better Kway chap that we have eaten.   Interested to find out the Top Best 4 Kway Chap in Singapore? Please refer www.ieatandeat.com for details.

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Hai Fa Kway Chap - Nice Kway Chap but a bit pricey

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It has been a long time since we last visit to the stall, perhaps five to seven years ago or probably even more. However, this is one of the kway chap stalls that is deeply ingrained in our memories. Something that can stay in a person memory is usually the best or the worst memory, and this is especially true when come to food.Well, the reason is straight forward; we don’t condone hawkers that are cocky and arrogant. Then, why are we back here again after so many years? Reason is that simple; we observed and found they have improved in the attitude, so we decided to give them a try.   We ordered a mixture of braised pork, tau pok, intestine and eggs. The braised pork, tau pok, intestines and the heavenly braised eggs were still well marinated and soaked up all the essence of the gravy. The intestines were well cleaned and did not have the stench of the viscera parts. We especially love the braised eggs, the familiar nostalgia taste crept stealthily back into our taste buds when the egg was delivered in our mouth. The eggs were the first item we ordered and this is one of the die die must eat items from the stall. The flavour is simply zesty and luscious that is regrettable if you missed it out in your order.   This is one of the better Kway chap that we have eaten.   Interested to find out the Top Best 4 Kway Chap in Singapore? Please refer www.ieatandeat.com for details.

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