07 July 2012


Guney Drive comes to East Coast to set up shop at Changi Terminal 3.  Long quene is common sign at this popular place but the wait is fast as the place is large enough to accommodate at least a hundred patrons.  Prices are cheap at $4-5 for a standard dish.

Settle down for a thirst-quencher drink, Ba-Long-Long made from sour green fruits with dried plum

Tasty Lo-Bak with fried tau-kau accompanied with sweet and chilly sauce

Assam laksa -  a good balance of sweet and sourish flavor served with plenty of fish, pineapples, cucumbers, onions, bean sprouts and mint.

Full bodied flavor broth prawns noodles with spare ribs, fish cakes and vegetables.  A spoonful of the shrimp paste gives a full kick to the soup.  My DH drank up the last drop.

Cannot compare with the actual Penang fried kuay teow and the dish lacked the wok-hei as usually found in fried kuay teow.

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