Shi De Fu Fried Kway Teow (食得福炒粿條) at Ang Mo Kio
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.
When a few readers introduced me to the same CKT stall, it made me very curious. Especially for someone like me who lives in Ang Mo Kio, I didn’t even know there is a good char kway teow stall till today!
So I dropped by for lunch at 食得福炒粿條 located opposite AMK Hub and was pleasantly surprised how simple but tasty their noodles were. Mr and Mrs Tan started in 1989 in Toa Payoh Central and they have later moved to Ang Mo Kio. Mrs Tan was a housewife before that and decide to become a hawker after Mr Tan left his car mechanics job.
With the same ingredients throughout all char kway teow, you can still get varying taste based on different cooks. Mrs Tan mixes her own black sauce for the dishes. I stood there as she fries her noodles and she controls the fire very well which makes the noodles come alive.
I ordered a plate of mee tai mak and char kway teow. The fluffy noodles that were coated with spicy, eggy goodness and crunchy bean sprouts. It was slightly wet and coated had enough wok hei that goes with it. They also have stir fry bee hoon. Each plate of noodles cost $3.
食得福 Fried Kway Teow
Address: Blk 347 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Singapore 560347
Opening Hours: 12pm to 8pm, closed on Sundays