If you live in Singapore you would have already known by now the famous Armenian Street Char Kway Teow that serves possibly one of the best stir fried noodles in the world.
Now, not only you could eat the best Char Kway Teow from the heart of Singapore, you could also become a Char Kway Teow Master too! Really, I’m not joking.
This famous stall which started from way back in 1949, has gone through many hardships especially when in 2001 they were forced to shut down due to urban development and only opened up after a long 10 years hiatus.
That’s when the late Grandmaster’s children started to take over the business and branched out across Singapore, namely Tampines and Sin Ming Road.
However, just in May, the Sin Ming branch had announced its closing as the eldest son, Tan Boon Kiat was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer.
Don’t worry peeps, the master still has the will to fight and hence why he came up with this brilliant way of raising funds for his medical bills as well as to continue the legacy of cooking and serving the best Char Kway Teow in the world.
It’s basically just like any other chef schools if you come to think about it.
Tan’s younger brother will also be pitching in by teaching the apprentice proper frying wok techniques for one month while providing all the ingredients, which is basically their family treasure.
The lessons are priced at SGD$10,000, that’s roughly around RM31,000, so if you are interested in learning the best Char Kway Teow recipe you can contact Cindy Tan (Boon Kiat’s daughter) at +65-9851-3725.