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Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow (Seah St)

Asian, Chinese

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5 votes

63399641
Seah St
$6 based on 3 reviews
Located along Seah Street, Hock Lam Street Popular Beef Kway Teow (Seah St) serves delicious beef kway teow in a coffeeshop style. See what foodies like this place for
Yummi Pursuits • 08 Jul 201166 reviews 1 followers

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 considering that I paid S$6. It was also not particularly yummy. It pretty much reminded me of a poor imitation AND MSG-laden version of Vietnamese pho. I suspect...

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Yummi Pursuits • 08 Jul 201166 reviews 1 followers

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 considering that I paid S$6. It was also not particularly yummy. It pretty much reminded me of a poor imitation AND MSG-laden version of Vietnamese pho. I suspect...

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A • 08 Dec 2010408 reviews 11 followers

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...

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Trina_Choo • 01 Jun 20103 reviews 0 followers

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 salted vegetables, chopped nuts and bean sprouts mixed together with a squeeze of zesty lime provides a burst of flavour in every bite. The soup stock that comes by the side has no doubt been boiled for hours with beef and is really tasty and nutritious. Absolutely worth coming back for more!

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