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7 Gambas Crescent
#01-07
Singapore 757087

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Tuesday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Nestled in a light industrial area is a quaint little eatery selling decent and reasonably priced Malaysian food.

We had the nasi lemak and their signature chee cheong fun and were suitably impressed by the price point and amount of ingredients.

I like how there were green chilli on the side of the CCF to help cleanse your palate with each bite of the cheong fun while the rice of the nasi lemak was subtly packed with coconut fragrance that went well with the sambal chilli.

Will definitely be back to try the pig skin ccf next!

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They are also known for their chee cheong fun, where unlike the typical ones you have with shrimps and wet sauce, theirs is served dry and with green chilli at the side. We tried the Anson's special ($4), which is the signature item here, with turnip fillings on the soft rice rolls. It's quite appetising, and we would definitely be back to try the other items in the menu such as their Curry CCF served with pig skin, beancurd skin etc, and their Mee rebus and Asam Laksa.

Chanced upon a hidden gem near my neighbourhood, and I'm glad that it's within 10mins walking distance from our new place.

Named after a town that is located within Perak, Malaysia, Anson Town Bistro serves authentic Malaysia Cuisine that's cheap and good. We had the Fried Chicken Chop Nasi Lemak ($5), which was satisfying and the portion was generous.

They are also known for their chee cheong fun, where unlike the typical ones you have with shrimps and wet sauce, theirs is served dry and with green chilli at the side. We tried the Anson's special ($4), which is the signature item here, with turnip fillings on the soft rice rolls. It's quite appetising, and we would definitely be back to try the other items in the menu such as their Curry CCF served with pig skin, beancurd skin etc, and their Mee rebus and Asam Laksa.

I can predict this is gonna be a regular place for my weekends brunch. Come visit me at my new place and I might bring you here. Having breakfast here certainly reminds me of the breakfast I had in Ipoh.

Oh ya, you can also find freshly baked traditional chinese pastries here as well, such as Heong Peng.

Quite excited to find an Anson Towm branch around Woodlands, so I had to give it a try. Had this previously at their Balestier branch and was pretty impressed. The one from Woodlands comes pretty close but unlike the one I previously had which was made fresh upon order, the Woodlands branch seemed to have prepared them in advance; the staff only slices, brush them with oil and then sprinkles sesame on the spot. While the Chee Cheong Fun is pretty much still as springy and savoury with all the preserved turnip giving a savoury bite, I would have still preferred it to come warm. That being said, it is probably a blessing that I could have a taste of this without traveling out of Woodlands.

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