Monday, June 20, 2011

Fried Oyster Omelette (蠔煎) - Bee Kee Cooked Food (明记熟食) @ Chong Pang Food Centre

My all-time-favourite fried oyster came from a stall along the famous food street in Kuala Lumpur (KL), Malaysia - Jalan Alor. It is the only place where i relish in eating the shit-eating oysters.

In Singapore, the ones i have are still a notch lower but when the craving starts to act up, i need to find alternative substitutes! I can't travel all the way up to KL, a 5-6 hours bus ride, just to have a plate of or-jian (hokkien for fried oyster)!

One of the better or-jian in Singapore came from this hawker stall at Chong Pang Hawker Centre. Let's put it this way; i have been eating it since young and went through the generation transition from the father as the cook to the son now.

I am the kind of guy who dislikes wet, overstarchy fried oyster and prefers those with a heavy egg ratio! There will be an added bonus if it has sides that are crispy with a slight touch of burnt marks.

This stall dispenses the appropriate cooking style that satisfies my craving.

Unfortunately, each additional mouthful resulted in an increasingly overbearing sensation - definitely recommended to be shared with a few persons. By the way, much as some of you hate it, coriander leaves tasted really good with chilli and fried oyster omelette!!


Blk 105, Yishun Ring Road,
Chong Pang Hawker Centre,

S$4 for small
S$5 for medium
S$6 for large

The medium serving we ordered had an estimated six shrivelled oysters.

Additional Information
It's a Wednesday and the wait was 25 minutes! Just imagine how long you might have to wait on a weekend!

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