What to eat around MacPherson area for supper? How about Quan Lai’s kway chap which we visited for this kway chap food review.
Let’s talk about the kway first. It was silky and smooth, submerged in a light and savoury soy based soup, not too heavy on the palette, most suitable for a supper night out.
Next up was their intestines. No foul smell, thoroughly cleaned, chewy and totally drenched inside out with their heavy thick gravy. Tau gua was soft yet packs a nice mouthful in every bite, and again full of flavour from the gravy. Same goes to their tau pok, squishy and drenched in gravy with a different texture. Braised meat was impeccable and rich, not too gamey, retaining its flavour with the gravy elevating its taste. Tenderlicious and irresistible. If you cant get enough of it, they have a meal upgrade to have an extra plate of braised duck meat to satisfy your meat cravings. Chili sauce was spot on, with a strong hint of vinegar and hit the right spots with the level of spiciness to compliment the savoury braised stuff.
Finally, worth nothing was their handmade fishcake slices, springy, savoury and memorable.
We had a set for 4 pax, with extra braised duck, and the extra $10 was absolutely worth it. Deboned and tons of meat, it made no sense to get the option without extra braised duck. Customer service were friendly and responsive even with a full house crowd.
Here is their pricing for your reference.
1pax : $5
1 pax with extra duck : $9
2 pax : $13
2 pax with extra duck : $16
3 pax : $25
3 pax with extra duck : $35
4 pax : $33
4 pax with extra duck : $43
5 pax : $42
5 pax with extra duck : $52
These prices excludes kway/rice, and they cost 80cents a bowl.
With such pricings and top notch kway chap offerings, Quan Lai Kway Chap is definitely one we would highly recommend for kway chap cravings, or supper eateries.
9am – 3am Daily
558 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368232