Kway chap: smooth rice noodle sheets in soya soup, eaten with pork and various 'spare parts' and accompaniments such as tofu, boiled egg and pickled vegetables. Phone camera image very poor I know, my apologies. (update: new picture added Dec 11 2005)
Was at the Old Airport Rd Food Centre for the second weekend in a row, but both times the Toa Payoh Rojak stall was closed. Consoled self with some kway chap from the To-ricos Guo Shi stall. The service was bad as usual, the self-important helper insisted on making customers queue up and wait to place their orders while he took his time scooping noodles into bowls. But the cook himself was alright and was quite friendly. Certainly his food was worth waiting for- silky smooth noodle sheets and my favourite side order of curly pig intestines, all swimming in a rich brown secret recipe master sauce, garlicky chilli sauce optional- everything good, and quite sinful, but deeply satisfying.