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Previously his was the voice you would hear when you were anywhere close to the popular Xing Long Cooked Food “chap chye png” stall, calling out to customers for their orders. Since the reopening of the stall after many months of renovation, this gentleman has moved on and started his own stall at #01-30 inside the same hawker centre.
Named Emmanuel, it is stated on the signboard that he sells Peranakan cuisine. I notice a few dishes are very similar in appearance to the original stall’s which by the way, has been taken over by new people (supposedly family from what I was told). Having tried the “otah” and “ngo hiang”, I can vouch they taste pretty much identical to the original stall’s, so in my opinion, this means they’re good. The French beans were decent but you can skip the eggplant.