41A Cambridge Road
#01-25 Pek Kio Market & Food Centre
Singapore 211041

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06:30am - 02:00pm


06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

06:30am - 02:00pm

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Char Siew ($4) (30 cents for takeaway) my colleagues she told me that the serving was quite small but quite ex. I felt that their char siew slightly less tbh but it's really soft and silky texture.

We got the prawn for takeaway, ccf is silky and entirely slurp-able. Sauce is salty with a tinge of sweetness. One portion has 8 prawns and is $5 (add $0.30 for takeaway container)

Lady who took our order has great memory and remembers who made which order even though everyone was sitting around waiting for their ccf.

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We ordered the char siew and prawn chee cheong fun that came doused in homemade soya sauce with a dollop of sambal belacan and then sprinkled with sesame seeds. The rice rolls were thin and silky smooth with a melt in the mouth texture.

They are generous with the amount of char siew placed in their rice rolls and this is more sweet and savoury in flavour coming from the char siew. I personally prefer the prawn rice roll that is lighter in flavour with fresh and crunchy prawns wrapped in there.

Char Siew 》$4
Prawn 》$5

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(5 SGD) smooth and silky skin stuffed with juicy prawns and sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds. Soaked up the sweet-savory sauce nicely. Was lucky to find little queue on a weekday around 12:30.

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CCF was freshly made and it’s so smooth and silky. Char Siew was generous too

This freshly hand-made chee cheong fun here was super silky and soft! The accompanying sauce was very flavourful, almost to the point of too salty towards the end of the meal, but still delicious.

We queued for about 30 minutes on a weekday afternoon - the long wait is due to the amount of effort and time required for each serving of food. You can watch them steam, skillfully transfer and cut each and every rice noodle roll individually, and then repeat it all over again for the next plate.

Worth the wait. This place also has a “Michelin Plate”, with good reason. Serving size is turned out to be quite big and filling so the price was good.