|Char Kwe Tiau (fried wide rice noodle)|
|Hokkian mee (Hokkian style noodle)|
|Ohr luak (Singapore style oyster omelet)|
We checked out all the stalls before deciding on char kwe tiau (fried wide rice noodle), hokkian noodle, Singapore style satay and Singapore style oyster omelet (ohr luak). I would say those dishes are quite a must to try when you visit Singapore. The char kwe tiau that night was easily the best I've ever had. I'm not usually to crazy about char kwe tiau but that one was really...really good. Not too oily and all the sweet and saltiness were blended well. I wasn't surprised because the line to order was soo long. And it's a self serve style so you ordered and waited until the uncles were done with your order before they moved on to the next patron.
|Satay & Gado-gado w/ satay|
If seafood doesn't cause allergic reaction to you then by any means you should try the oyster omelet. Singapore is the only place I've ever tried an oyster omelet before. It's really eggs with a bit flour mixture and oyster pan fried into a thin omelet.
|Ice chendol (red beans, chendol - green 'worm-like' rice dessert)|
|Ice kachang (red beans -buried down by tons of shaved ice & syrup)|