It has been quite some time since I had Ngoh Hiang and even longer since I had a good, decent plate. Hence, offering a good variety of ngoh hiang ingredients, Zhong Zhong Fine Spice was exactly that - well-executed and not overtly oily or jelat. Having the usual and classic go-tos like you tiao (dough fritters), fried ngoh hiang (meat roll), sausage, fishball, tau kwa (beancurd), and crispy prawn fritter; my favourite was actually the battered fish which I thought was quite uncommon. And of course, dipping into their chilli sauce which made everything better, especially with a splash of crunchy ground toasted peanuts. The side of beehoon ($1/ $1.50) was also expertly fried and nicely seasoned.

[Do expect a long but fast moving queue during lunch. For prices, they start from $0.70 (fishballs) to $10 (fried sotong).]

📍51 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #02-149, Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre, S588215

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