Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow in Telok Blangah serves local favourites topped with XXL oysters, crabmeat, mala bacon, wasabi floss & more from S$3.50

by Marcus Leong

One of my all-time favourite local delicacies is orh luak — AKA oyster omelette. Just thinking about the juicy oysters mixed with the crispy fried egg and the spicy chilli sauce is making me hungry. To all my fellow oyster lovers, you’ll definitely want to check out Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow.

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Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow is located in a hawker centre in Telok Blangah, but you might have seen them making waves on social media for their local dishes like Char Kway Teow, Carrot Cake and Orh Luak which come loaded with seafood — and we’re not exaggerating when we say loaded.

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Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow’s newest offering on the menu is the Atas Fried Oyster (S$18) which is essentially your traditional oyster omelette featuring large, succulent oysters. While S$18 is a lot to shell out at a hawker centre, you do get a bang for your buck because unlike your regular orh luak, this one comes with five fresh and juicy oysters — honestly, it’s pretty value-for-money.

The oysters are also freshly shucked on the spot when you order, so you know that you’re definitely getting the freshest ingredients for your meal. So, for it’s price point, it really isn’t all that bad if you ask me.

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But of course, for all the budget babes out there who would prefer to keep things economical, Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow still serves the regular Fried Oyster (from S$8), which we reckon is still equally good.

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Oyster and omelette might be a pretty common combination, but have you tried XXL oysters with char kway teow? Well, neither have I. But apparently, you can get that made to order here too!

As you can expect, it features a regular plate of char kway teow topped with three fresh XXL oysters. The dish is also topped with crispy pork lard, which makes it extra sinful and oh so delicious I absolutely love pork lard.

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And for those of you who go absolutely cockles for cockles, Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow will fulfill your greatest desires and serve you all the cockles you want, on whatever like including carrot cake — yes that’s right, but if that’s you’re fancy, we won’t judge.

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Other unique dishes offered here include Wasabi Floss Carrot Cake (from S$6), Crabmeat Char Kway Teow (S$10), Cheesy Floss Carrot Cake (from S$6), Mala Bacon Carrot Cake (from S$6), Mala char Kway Teow (from S$5) and more.

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And if you think we’re kidding you with these dishes, we’re really not. Don’t believe us? Head down to Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow and check it out for yourself! All I can say is, Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow really lives up to the legendary in their name.

Which of these dishes will you be trying first?

Liang Ji Legendary Char Kway Teow
đź“Ť 78A Telok Blangah Street 32, #02-01, Singapore 101078
đź•‘ 11am–8pm

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