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Dumb name, great kway teow

Stall #35 at Maxwell FC, across from the infamous Tian Tian Chicken Rice. Not sure who was in charge of naming this joint, wouldn't Marina South be the ocean?

Anywho, I ordered the medium banana leaf fried kway teow ($4) and it was superb. The noodles were nice and the gravy and other ingredients hit the spot. Could be a little spicier and have a few more cockles, but for $4 it is a perfectly reasonable meal.

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Stall #35 at Maxwell FC, across from the infamous Tian Tian Chicken Rice. Not sure who was in charge of naming this joint, wouldn't Marina South be the ocean?

Anywho, I ordered the medium banana leaf fried kway teow ($4) and it was superb. The noodles were nice and the gravy and other ingredients hit the spot. Could be a little spicier and have a few more cockles, but for $4 it is a perfectly reasonable meal.
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