Here is another hawker who is making chee cheong fun fresh on the premises! I had written about Pin Wei at Cambridge Road FC and the Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun at Old Airport Road previously but it has been quite a while since a new stall has emerged. I still can’t figure out why […]
Mui Kee Congee: Iconic Hong Kong Hawker Comes to Town!
Mui Kee Congee is one of those popular eateries which are often on “To Eat” list of anyone heading to Hong Kong for a holiday. So when Mui Kee did a pop-up event in Singapore last year, there was considerable interest. However, the quality of the food was inconsistent and understandably, the reviews were less […]
I have been blogging for twelve years now and I thought I had seen it all. In the early days, a lot of hawkers were highly suspicious whenever I try to interview them, but as blogging and social media marketing got more popular, many hawkers have become media savvy and it has been easier to […]
If you don't wish to travel all the way to Anson to try the Chee Cheong Fun, then the good news is that a similar version is available right here in Singapore. This particular shop, which sells Teluk Intan style chee cheong fun has already been around for a few years but has recently changed hands and undergone a complete renovation. The new owner, Michelle, a Singaporean who was born and brought up in Teluk Intan bought over the shop so that she can re-create her favourite dishes which she used to enjoy as a kid.
Pin Wei (品味) Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun: Hawker Centre Chee Cheong Fun
There are, broadly speaking, two types of Chee Cheong Fun. The first is the type you buy at the hawker centre where it is taken out of the steamer and to which sweet sauce, chilli sauce and sesame seeds are added. The other type is filled with char siew, prawns, you tiao or beef and […]
Lai Hua Porridge Cheong Fun: Found my Zhar Leong at last!
This stall is closed I finally found a stall in a hawker centre that sells Zhar Leong (Chee Cheong Fun with You Tiao)! For those who haven’t yet tried this Hong Kong Dim Sum dish, it is essentially deep fried flour wrapped in steamed flour and drenched in a slightly sweet and savoury soy sauce. […]
Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun: The Secret Weapon for Finicky Kids!
Char Siew Chee Cheong Fun $2 each My five year old daughter is really picky about food and often would take an hour just to finish a meal (if she even finishes it!). But when she took her first bite of this Chee Cheong Fun, she couldn’t stop eating it and I had to go […]
Traditional Shanghai Chee Cheong Fun Chinatown Complex Temporary Market Part 1 of 5
This is the first in a five part series on Chinatown Complex Temporary Market which will only relocate back to its original spot in 2 years time. There was another very famous Niu Cher Sui glutinous rice stall which I did not managed to take pictures because they open at 6am and are sold out […]