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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap

Fancy some Thai Style Kway Chap? This is confirmed not the usual Kway Chap we have from the Hawkers or Coffee shops. On top of just having the Thai Kway Chap, you can also enjoy your Thai Fare with a bowl of Chilli Pan Mee as its available in the stall.

Shop Front

The shop is brightly lit and for the dining tables and chairs, they are using metal material which makes us feel like dining in Bangkok. 

Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap

When ordering Thai Food, nothing beats having a cup of Thai beverage to pair along with our food. We have a glass of Lemon Grass drink as well as the Iced Thai Milk tea.

Lemongrass & Iced Thai Red Milk Tea - $3 each

Though the menu items are rather limited, Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap does have an array of side dishes too. The Thai Fish Sausage is sweet and resembles the taste of Chinese "Lup Cheong" in a less salty form. There is a sweet distinctive and unique taste on its own. It comes in $6 and $8 portion.

Thai Fish Sausage - $6 / $8

If you are a fan of Fried Large Intestine, you can order them too. Glad that it was not too oily and comes with a slightly crisp texture and contrasted with a good soft texture as we sink our teeth in.

Fried Large Intestine - $8 / $10

Soup was peppery which reminds me of the Chinese Traditional delicacy, Bak Kut Teh. Unlike the usual Chinese Kway Chap we have where the bowl consists of just "Kway" and soup, the Thai Style Kway Chap has ingredients in the bowl.

Signature Thai Kway Chap - $5

Ingredients of the Signature Thai Kway Chap features pieces of lean pork, pig's stomach, roasted pork belly and Thai fish Sausage. Unlike our Chinese kind of Kway chap where the noodle comes in broad big sheets, I'm quite surprised that the Thai Kway Chap is significantly different ~ it actually rolled up though there is not much difference in its taste and texture.

Signature Thai Kway Chap - $5

With the current situation where travelling is restricted, you do not have to travel all the way to Bangkok's Chinatown to enjoy this dish. To me, such noodle soup is rather comforting for my stomach and I do not mind making a return trip. It's definitely worth a visit if you find yourself craving for some authentic Thai Street Food.

Rating: 3 / 5

Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap
Location: 17A Lor Liput, Singapore 277731
Nearest Station: Holland Village (CC21)

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