Chwee Kueh

$2.50 · 37 Reviews

I've always been neutral about chwee kueh, and this branded chwee kueh didn't change that.

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All right. Other than Tiong Bahru, Ghim Moh, Bedok, Sembawang Hills, where else got good Chwee Kueh?

Realised most are just franchises of the same brands, but good to explore this under-rated hawker food.
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I will never leave Tiong Bahru Market without my favourite chwee kueh (5 for $2.50) from Jian Bo Shui Kueh😍 The kueh is very soft and the sweet and savoury fried cai por is fragrant and highly addictive! Easily my favourite stall in the entire market:)


Chwee Kueh
Available at @jianboshuikueh
Soft and smooth, topped with addictive preserved radish.
Jian Bo Shui Kueh 楗柏水粿
Address 🏠 : 30 Seng Poh Road, # 02-05 Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 168 898
Open ⏰ : 5.30am - 10pm
Website 🌐 :
MRT 🚇 : Tiong Bahru (EW17)

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When in Tiong Bahru hawker centre, this “chwee kueh” is a must.
That hot mess of steaming, soft rice cakes buried beneath a fragrant pile of finely-chopped preserved radish that’s been simmered for ages in oil, may look plain next to other dishes. However, the taste is anything but.
Minimum order is now 5 pieces (I think it use to be 4).

Tiong Bahru’s most famous chwee kueh stall. This is located at Century Square’s basement 1. Steamed rice cakes topped with generous portions of chye poh (preserved radish) and chilli. Best chwee kueh I have eaten!


At 2.50, this wasn’t the most value for money chee cheong fun but the chilli made up for everything .

While most would order the famous chwee kueh from this stall, I shun it because the lingering smell of the greasy chye poh is not something that appeals to me .

I headed for you ji ( a few stalls down ) for their chee cheong fun this morning but they were closed so this was the next best alternative .

I was pretty happy with all the elements of this chee cheong fun and more so for the very very tasty homemade chill that had such a rich flavour of Hae bi ( dried shrimps ) .

Lastly , not that it mattered to me but I Guess because of the popularity of this stall , I found the service a bit arrogant . Then again - I didn’t pay service charge 😛 hahaha.

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