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Review of 531 Kway Chap

Block 531, Bedok North Street 3, 531 Coffee Shop

Nearest Mass Rapid Transit Station: Bedok MRT

Buses to 531 Coffee Shop: 225 (Green), 225 (White)

Opening Hours: 08:00 to 17:00 (Daily)

Queue: 1 to 3 people (Waiting Time: Less than 5 minutes)

Service: Fast and good, friendly service

Environment: Clean coffee shop

Reputation: Traditional Singapore Duck Rice and Kway Chap

Thoughts after eating: Average

Value for money: 69/100

Will I come back in 6 months’ time? No, there are better alternatives

My opinion:

This coffee shop stall sells traditional Singapore duck rice and kway chap. I have tried out their $3.50 kway chap for lunch.

There were 6 slices of pig intestines, 6 pieces of pork meat, 2 pieces of pork skin, 6 pieces of tau kwa, 8 pieces of tau pok and moderate amount of rice sheets in my food portion. There was no marinated egg.

Pig intestines were chewy, delicious but had too many fatty portions. Pork meat and skin were addictive, juicy, tender but the portions were too miserly. Tau kwa was average tasting and not properly marinated. Tau pok was tasty and soak up on the goodness of the braising stock. Braising stock tasted a bit like traditional Chinese herbal medicine (could be a severe minus point depending on individual tastes).

Rice sheets were silky, smooth and combined nicely with the other food items. The soup was flavorful, not too oily or salty and had a mild herbal taste.

In conclusion, the food here was cheap but average tasting and lacking in essential ingredients. The friendly female owner was strongly advised to add at least 2 more slices of pig intestines and half a marinated egg to the food.

Ways for the owners to improve their food ratings:

Thoroughly wash the pig intestines and add more food ingredients for future customers.

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531 Kway Chap ($3.50 SGD Kway Chap)

531 Kway Chap ($3.50 SGD Kway Chap)

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