Lao San Kway Chap Review
Lao San Kway Chap is the place to be if you love Kway Chap. Their broadsheets of kway have one of the best consistent textures. The medium body broth has a mild savory and a balance of sweetness to it. Of course, no Kway Chap is complete without its protein. It was all fresh, savory and has a hint of sweetness to it. To complement all of these together, they have their chili which has a great balance of saltiness, sweetness and a little sourish.
Things I like
- Fresh ingredients
- Texture of the kway
- Flavor is on point
Lao San Kway Chap Food & Price
Lau San Kway is quite a popular hawker stall in Singapore so do expect a long queue if you are going during peak time (I waited 20 minutes on a weekday lunchtime). There is an order list for you to tick while queing to speed things up.
I am not really a fan of the intestine, so I ordered their braised pork belly, tau fu, braised egg, tau kwa, tau pok and of course the kway itself with a total cost of $5.80. Their braised pork belly was flavorful and had a good mix of fat and meat.
Their sheets of Kway are on the broader size and have just the right amount of thickness to them. The medium body broth has a mild savory and a balance of sweetness to it. I would say there is also a hint of herbal taste to it.
To complement all of these together, they have their chili which has a great balance of saltiness, sweetness, and is little sourish.
Lao San Kway Chap Location
Address: Kebun Baru Palm View, #01-1196, 3, 232 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Block 232, Singapore 560232
Opening hours: All day except Thursday from 8 am to 9 pm
Tel: 9487 0693