If you are following me on twitter, you’d know that I have been trying to live a healthier lifestyle. Don’t laugh okay, I even came up with a slogan for self-encouragement: “less sinful food, exercise more, and a better me!”
For someone who used to detest yogurt, I’m having it as part of my diet, together with cereals and milk. No chili, no deep fried stuff, and no sinful food! This is done concurrently with my daily routine of weights training, swimming and running.
Ever since I had the famous Hill Street Char Kway Teow, I am unsure if I should continue my hunt for the best char kway teow in Singapore. Well, I am supposed to have a healthy lifestyle, and char kway teow doesn’t exactly fits into the agenda.
All was well, until a recent trip to the Beach Road Army Market. My resistance literally broke down when I saw this plate of Char Kway Teow from 91 Fried Kway Teow Mee stall.
“Eh.. I am on a diet”
That means no sinful food you know? And Char Kway Teow happens to be right on the top of the gluttony list. Well, a few mouthful wouldn’t hurt, and look, there’s so much vegetables and there’s no pork and no lard! This is as healthy as a plate of char kway teow can get.
Okay I love vegetables, and I think it’s really good to have them together with Char Kway Teow. But, a plate of char kway teow without pork or lard is a bit hard for me to take. It lacked the fragrance of the fried lard and the brilliant of the lap cheong (wax sausage). Why not try char kway teow with some leftover cooked chicken? Be careful of how long you have had your chicken in the fridge and research how long does cooked chicken last in the fridge.
Hawker Food Review
91 Fried Kway Teow Mee
505 Beach Road #01-191
Golden Mile Food Centre Singapore