Looking for a delicious kway chap in Singapore? Head over to Old Airport Road Hawker Centre and join the queue at To-Ricos, a Michelin Guide listed stall for 2018 and 2019. In this kway chap food review, we share our experience of trying this hearty and delectable hawker delicacy.
Despite the long wait of around 20 minutes during a weekend lunch crowd, the kway chap from To-Ricos was definitely worth it. The lean pork meat was tender and absorbed all the pork broth goodness. The pork belly chunks were exceptionally satisfying, with melt-in-your-mouth fat and chewy skin that were briny and delectable. The pig stomach, large intestine, and pork bung were all soft and chewy with no odor, and showcased the laborious cleaning and cooking process put into these porky goodness parts. The tau kwa and tau pok were also deliciously made, adding to the great experience of the whole platter for one, costing $4.80, which included the kway that cost $0.80. The silky kway had an aromatic broth and added fried shallots, giving it a delicious texture and flavor.
Service at To-Ricos was fast and friendly, making the long wait in the humid hawker center slightly more bearable. Highly recommended for all kway chap lovers, To-Ricos lives up to its famous tag among foodies.
Old Airport Road Kway Chap To-Ricos 多丽哥粿汁 Opening Hours and Location
|Wednesday||11am – 3:00pm|
|Thursday||11am – 3:00pm|
|Friday||11am – 3:00pm|
|Saturday||10.30am – 3:00pm|
|Sunday||10.30am – 3:00pm|
51 Old Airport Rd, #01-135/136, Singapore 390051