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Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow (Seah St)

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Located along Seah Street, Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow (Seah St) serves delicious beef kway teow in a coffeeshop style.
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Beefy goodness in a bowl

I was racking my brain where to eat when suddenly this place sprang to mind. Since K had no objection to some beef noodles, we headed here for an early dinner.

My order was a bowl of dry noodles with beef slices, tripe and balls. While the balls were nothing to shout about, the slices were pretty tender and well marinated. I really enjoyed the tender tripe, which had a nice crunchy texture. As for the gravy, it was adequately thick and savory with chunks of peanuts but I'd have liked more preserved mustard.

K, as usual went for something with soup and had kway teow with sliced beef, tripe and tendons. I tried some of the broth and found it to be flavorful but the best was the tendons. Being mucilaginous, they were delightfully chewy.

The chili sauce was a good accompaniment while the chinchalok was even better. This pungent condiment, made from fermented shrimp, was mildly briny, tangy and magically elevated the meat to a whole new level of complex flavors.

Since we were the only diners, our noodles arrived very fast and service was decent. It's a convenient location and we'd certainly be back for more beefy goodness.

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$6 worth? Hardly....
08 Jul 2011 • 66 reviews • 1 follower

Underwhelming example of Beef noodles.... Should have gone for Swee Kee chicken rice instead..

After arriving for an early dinner before a night at the theatre, I ordered a beef kway teow soup with beef brisket, balls and slices. Boy, was I disappointed.

Honestly, it baffled me when my meal arrived in a cheapo plastic bowl with the label 'Makanmakan Katong'. Ingredients were rather spare
kway teow with sliced beef, tripe and tendons
08 Dec 2010 • 408 reviews • 13 followers

Beefy goodness in a bowl

I was racking my brain where to eat when suddenly this place sprang to mind. Since K had no objection to some beef noodles, we headed here for an early dinner.

My order was a bowl of dry noodles with beef slices, tripe and balls. While the balls were nothing to shout about, the slices were pretty
01 Jun 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Best Beef Kway Teow by far

This famous beef kway teow has been passed down through generations and the taste and quality has always maintained. Oodles of chewy noodles drenched generously with dark tasty sauce and tender thin slices of perfectly marinated beef makes every mouthful a delight. Not forgetting the tiny bits of