Damn sinful but worth every bad thing you have committed!!!
*forgive me lord*
Dozens, if not hundreds, of my friends have heard my unreserved praise for this stall. Some of you are hooked (i remember Ms Lai who ordered second servings) and others are, unfortunately, not too impressed.
Let me explain why.
When you make your order from the auntie or uncle, always remember to do what i always do:
2) Extra black!!
The whole basis of Char Kway Teow is primarily dependent on this black black sauce.
There's nothing much to explain. Pork lard enhances the taste of any food!! Okay, exaggerate (they taste horribly in soup).
It's fried onion that holds that indisputable position!!
At least S$2.50 per plate, the portion is not very big and you may have to fill your stomach with either an additional plate of Char Kway Teow or any other dishes from other stalls.
Don't bother with the Hokkien Mee from the same stall; not exactly worth the price.