New Eastern Kim Tee has deep-fried intestines at Old Airport Road Food Centre

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Old Airport Road Food Centre has long been established as a treasure trove for good food, but even within such a known entity, there are a number of underrated picks. One of these is New Eastern Kim Tee, a stall that, while chiefly known for its heritage bak kwa, also serves up amazing deep-fried pig intestines.

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Each plate of Fried Big Intestine ($7.50) is made fresh to order, and undergoes a thorough process to achieve its flavour. Like any other dish made from pig intestines, proper cleaning is essential prior to boiling. Once cleaned, the intestines are boiled, marinated, and subsequently deep-fried until they are delightfully crispy.

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Each piece is said to have a crispy outer layer and soft, juicy insides that aren’t overly gamey. Dip these fragrant pieces of intestine into either the piquant chilli sauce or the sweet sauce—or both, if you like your food extra flavourful.

Don’t miss out on their Fried Prawn Roll ($3.50), AKA ngoh hiang. Like the pork intestines, it is said to be fried to crispy perfection, and is packed with tasty, well-marinated meat.

You can also get some of New Eastern Kim Tee’s bak kwa here. Kim Tee remains committed to its traditional, handmade recipe, even though it involves a time-consuming procedure that spans up to three days.

For an in-depth story about the bak kwa brand, read our Kim Tee feature. For other great stalls at Old Airport Road Food Centre, check out our  Old Airport Road Food Centre food guide.

Address: 51 Old Airport Road, #01-112, Old Airport Road Food Centre, Singapore 390051
Opening hours: Thurs-Mon 7am to 6pm
Tel: 9028 4606
New Eastern Kim Tee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from @hawkerfoodchampion.

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