Blanco Court Kueh Chap at Holland Drive – Chef Daniel Tay’s Favourite!
Under Chef Daniel Tay’s recommendation, we arrived at Blanco Court Kueh Chap in Holland Drive Market & Food Centre for breakfast one day. “It’s my favourite kway chap. They clean the intestines well,” says Chef Daniel as he introduced the kway chap to me.
Uncle Tan and his wife runs the stall daily. It was started by his grandfather in 1950s along a roadside stall in Beach Road. Then they moved to 4th storey of Blanco Court Food Centre, which is just opposite the Fish Head Bee Hoon. If you are wondering, they are not affiliated to To-Ricos Blanco Court Food Centre Kway Chap (3rd Storey) which has two branches in Old Airport Road and Ci Yuan Community Centre.
Indeed, my bowl of kway chap arrived quickly with very clean pig innards with no stench. Each piece of intestine is so tender with mature broth that’s clean on the palate. This is a lighter flavour one, which is different from the thick and gooey ones. For the fattiest portion, go for chunky tua tng tao (head of the large intestines) to pair with spicy and tangy chilli. The rice sheets are thin and delicate, swimming in a slightly herbal and silky soup.
Blanco Court Kueh Chap
Address: Blk 44 Holland Drive #02-02 Singapore 270044
Opening Hours: 7am to 3pm (Closed on Mondays)