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Monday, January 15, 2024

Lao San Kway Chap

I have been wanting to try Lao San Kway Chap from Ang Mo Kio after seeing good reviews about them a few years back but never got the chance to try them out till recently I chanced upon people ordering Kway Chap from the Coffeeshop in Clementi and got excited about it.

Lao San Kway Chap Stall

The Coffeeshop has several popular stalls like Roast Meat, Thai Wanton Noodles, Braised Noodles, Vegetarian, Mixed Vegetable Rice etc. While there are many choices around, I find that for the stall to survive, the food standard must be good. 


The menu had it sorted out for those who love sharing of kway chap with prices catered for 1, 2, 3 or 4 pax. We had the 2 pax set. The two big bowls of kway soaked in the brown stock with cut Chinese celery and fried shallots were fragrant 

Kway Chap Set (2 Pax) - $13

Portion are generous that we even finished our bowls of kway before even finishing one third of the ingredients on the plate. The braised items were nicely prepared with adequate amount of braised flavours without being too salty or sweet. The items were nothing out of the ordinary and they include braised egg, pork belly, skin, tau pok, intestines and fish cakes. I love the pieces of pork belly that literally melts in the mouth with the slightest pressure.

Braised Ingredients

While this is also one of Lao San's signature dishes, the preserved vegetables and fried shallots give a good taste to the soup with innards well clean without gamey taste. All in all, I would prefer a stronger taste, more sour and fragrant.

Pig Organ Soup - $4

Having seen other rice items on their menu, it will be nice to be back for braised pork trotter or even the pork belly rice.

Rating: 3.5 / 5

Lao San Kway Chap
443 Clementi Ave 3, Singapore 120443

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