Heng Kee Kway Chap @Sims Drive
Since 1992, Heng Kee Kway Chap has slowly built up a reputation in this small estate. With photos taken with celebrities on display, it is a good way to catch the attention of those seeking some good food around.
The stall is located in a coffeeshop, generally clean and airy. If you like Kway Chap with thin, silky smooth kway, Heng Kee Kway Chap is the right place to go. The kway is probably one of the best around with its top-notch texture, though the serving size is small and requires an additional bowl or perhaps two to be enough for most of the people.
The gravy doused over the kway was flavourful but not overpowering with herbs, slurping spoonful of kway is a great enjoyment here.
There is no restriction to standard items with your order, you can choose any side menu items to go with the kway. Usual kway chap items were available like the pork innards, fried bean curd, boiled egg, fish cake, boiled peanuts and preserved vegetables etc.
A poorly-cleaned offal is always the biggest turn off for any good kway chap. Heng Kee Kway Chap can be proud of their work, the intestines were free from unpleasant stench, and were cooked to a nice texture, flavourful from the herbs and spices absorbed. Other items were acceptable as well. Chili was superb, a perfect dipping sauce with the right spiciness and tartness.
While the innards are probably the most coveted ingredients for a kway chap stall, what truly caught our attention at Heng Kee Kway Chap was their braised pork trotter ($7 or $8 depends on the size). From our observations, most of the diners ordered this dish to go with the kway chap, and curiosity made us decided to give it a try as well. It proved that the diners know best, the pork knuckle was fork-tender and absorbed all the essence of the rich and flavourful gravy. It was incredibly delicious and went exceptionally well with the kway. Highly recommended dish to order.
Heng Kee Kway Chap’s delectable flat noodles, braised items and tender pork knuckles were indeed succulent, rendering it a slurp-worthy breakfast that warrants additional orders of kway.
Heng Kee Kway Chap
A: Blk 45, Sims Drive, #01-180, Singapore 381045
H: 6.30am – 3.30pm Closed on Mondays