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Get $3 Char Kway Teow At This Underrated Stall Near Chinatown MRT

29th December 2022

Cuppage Fried Guo Tiao has $3 fried kway teow in Chinatown

cuppage fried guo tiao fb userImage credit: Kelvin Ho

While looking for the best char kway teow stalls, we stumbled upon Cuppage Fried Guo Tiao in a user-submitted post on the Can Eat! Hawker Food Facebook Group. This fairly hidden hawker stall on Upper Cross Street is highly raved by foodies for their fried-to-order char kway teow, priced from an affordable $3 a plate.

cuppage fried guo tiao storefront
Image credit: Chris via Google 

Cuppage Fried Guo Tiao is located in Kou Wei Eating House, a nondescript coffeeshop that’s three minutes on foot from Chinatown MRT Station.

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Image credit: Ah Peng via Google 

According to reviews online, their CKT is on the wetter side. Each plate comprises a generous serving of yellow noodles and flat rice noodles, crunchy beansprouts, scrambled egg, and fishcake slices, all tossed in a sweet and savoury dark soy sauce mix. It’s ugly-delicious at its best, without the hefty price tag.

cuppage fried guo tiao don leow
Image credit: Don Leow via Google 

Those who love hum should go for the larger $4 serving, which includes a heaping spoonful of cockles. The $4 and $5 portions also come with more liao, such as sweet lap cheong AKA Chinese sausage.

This stall is fairly popular among those who work in the area, so try to avoid the peak lunch hour as it can get crowded.

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Another hidden gem in Chinatown is Small Bites, an under-the-HDB kiosk near Maxwell MRT Station that sells cheap pandan waffles and handmade curry puffs.

Otherwise, if you’re looking for more char kway teow stalls to try, visit the famous Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee or read our Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Fried Hokkien Mee review!

Address: 34 Upper Cross Street, #01-170, Kou Wei Eating House, Singapore 050034
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 11am to 7pm
Cuppage Fried Guo Tiao is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from Lionel Ong and Don Leow via Google 

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