No passport required: It's all in the innards when it comes to Singapore's top 5 kway chap

Offal that does not smell offensive is what best defines this dish served with rice sheets in soupy gravy

Offal is not for everyone, but I love it. So, one of my favourite hawker dishes is kway chap, which comprises an assortment of stewed offal, such as intestines and tripe, served with a separate bowl of rice sheets called kway in a soupy gravy.

While many Chinese cultures include offal in their cuisine and a popular way is to stew them in dark soya sauce, kway chap in the way it is served here is unique to Singapore.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 02, 2019, with the headline 'It's all in the innards'. Print Edition | Subscribe