Liang Ji in Telok Blangah has loaded cockles char kway teow

Calling all folks who order your char kway teow with extra hum (cockles), you’ll want to make a trip down to Liang Ji ASAP. The Telok Blangah hawker has announced via his TikTok page that the stall is releasing a char kway teow (CKT) option that’s loaded with juicy cockles, known as their Humful Char Kway Teow. Each plate is priced at $8.

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The Humful Char Kway Teow does not just come a small handful of cockles you usually get with an average CKT order. The hawker claims he doesn’t count how many he puts on, but one can expect up to 40! You can check out the proof for yourself via the TikTok video below:


Humful Char Kway Teow $8. Hoe many cockles? frankly I dun count when putting on it. so let’s see what our customers review. #Singapore #TikTokTrend #TikTokFoodies #trend #trending #trendingvideo #fyp #fypシ゚viral #fypage #viral #cockles #charkwayteow #friedkwayteow #sounds #sg #sgtiktok #sgfoodie #support #supportlocal #supportlocalbusiness #heritagefood #sgunited #新加坡 #新加坡美食 #Malaysia #马来西亚 #炒果条 #food #sgfoodie #sgtiktok #sgtiktoker #foodtiktok #tiktokfood #tiktokfoodie #tiktokfoodchallenge

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Liang Ji is quite the buzzy char kway teow stall and has garnered a fair bit of online attention beyond the Humful Char Kway Teow.

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They also have a few interesting takes on CKT, including their Ultimate Char Kway Teow, which comes with all the usual toppings you find in the dish, as well as oysters and crab meat. Each plate is priced at $10.

The stall is also remixing the other CKT: chai tow kway, AKA carrot cake. Here, you can get your carrot cake with toppings such as Mala Bacon ($6), Cheesy Floss ($6), and Wasabi Floss ($10).

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Fans are a bit divided on how these new innovations taste, but we’ll let you be the judge. For now, most of these items are permanent fixtures on the menu, with the exception of the Humful Char Kway Teow.

For more such dishes, check out our best char kway teow in Singapore and best black carrot cake in Singapore guides.

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Address: 78A Telok Blangah Street 32, #02-01, Singapore 101078
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 8pm
Tel: 8226 5585
Liang Ji is not a halal-certified eatery.

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