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Our rainy season in Dec makes me yearn for a warm comforting soup like this zhu zha tang.
I was curious - there's a Cheng Mun Chee Kee (ๆญฃๆ–‡ๅฟ—่ฎฐ), and there's an Authentic Cheng Mun Chee Kee (ๆญฃๆญฃๆ–‡ๅฟ—่ฎฐ). So who's the authentic one, and which is better? I'm usually skeptical when there's a word like "famous" or "authentic" in front of their name, because I would think that the original stall would have started with just the stall name, without any prefix of how famous or original they are.
I'll try the Authentic Cheng Mun Chee Kee (ๆญฃๆญฃๆ–‡ๅฟ—่ฎฐ) one day, but meanwhile here at the Cheng Mun Chee Kee (ๆญฃๆ–‡ๅฟ—่ฎฐ), I like that the bowl was refreshing without being overly salty or gamey. It's generous with innards, lean meat, meatballs, tofu, salted vegetable, pork belly, stomach, liver, intestines and kidney, all cleaned very well. In summary, it's porky without being gamey.
Cheng Mun Chee Kee
24 Foch road
Singapore 209263
Tuesday โ€“ Saturday: 9am โ€“ 5am
Sunday: 9am โ€“ 12am
Monday: closed
Tel: 6297 5068