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Kway chap and pork are an inseparable pairing – till now. The well-loved Teochew dish, which consists of wide, flat rice sheets (kway) cooked in a light soy sauce broth (chap), is usually served with braised pork belly and offal like intestines.

But home-based business Peranakan Kway Chap is offering a unique halal kway chap, which comes with beef instead. The month-old brand is set up by husband-and-wife Mohamed Fadli Ahmad and Akmal Saadah ‘Adah’ Ahmad, both 42.

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