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

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06:30am - 02:30pm

06:30am - 01:30pm

06:30am - 01:30pm

06:30am - 01:30pm

06:30am - 01:30pm

06:30am - 01:30pm

06:30am - 02:30pm

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This sported a short queue at 7.45am on a Tuesday morning. They serve very soft and silky ccf - ccf sheets were thin and delicate. Sauce was very fragrant (prob bc of the sesame oil) with a sweet & savoury flavour profile, but it was a bit too much towards the end. So maybe we would have preferred if the sauce was at the side, also because it permeated the ccf quickly and made it soggy.

The charsiew was chopped into tiny pieces, was not bad but I preferred the plain one a little more.

Comparing this to “freshly made ccf” at old airport hawker, the ccf here is thinner and the sauce here is very slightly more intense. The one at old airport has a greater variety of ingredients. So it depends on what u prefer, but both are good places for hawker hk style ccf :)

Simple menu of 4 fillings of chee cheong fun to choose from - Plain ($3), Prawns ($5), Scallops ($6) and this Char Siew. Took about 15 minutes to reach our turn and their queue was perpetually long, but no complaints! While I’ve only got to try one other fresh made ccf, this was sooo much better. It was soft and smooth but not at all soggy or mushy. It had a generous filling of char siew bits and pour of light soy sauce. Loved the well-balanced salty and sweet combination here. Initially felt that the price was a bit steep, but it was a filling plate. Really impressive, will surely get this again!

This Char Siew Chee Chong Fun ($4) is famous in Pek Kio Market, and I can see why. The Chee Chong Fun itself is not soggy at all, and stayed pretty solid while soaked in the sauce. They put quite abit of char siew into the Chee Chong Fun, that gave it really alot of flavour. This is definitely a notch above the rest, but me and my friends do find it abit too sweet.

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This chee cheong fun is glorious. The skin is thin, slippery and silky smooth, and it’s filled up with plenty of tasty char siew bits and topped with sesame seeds. Fragrant isn’t an adjective I usually use to describe chee cheong fun but I’ll gladly use it on this one. The family who owns this stall is friendly as well. Go on a weekday morning if you can, the queue is slightly more manageable then.

Loved the silky smooth thin skin of the chee cheong fun. The prawns are juicy and the soy sauce and sesame seeds are just right. One of the best chee cheong funs I’ve ever had, though I’m not sure if it’s worth the queue.

If you’ve been to Pek Kio Market, you’d realise that there’s a couple of stores with snaking long queues and would have wondered what so good about them.

One of these stalls would be Pin Wei HK Style CCF. Perhaps one of the many few stores that I’d willing queue, even though the queuing time takes longer than my eating time.

Located in the middle aisle of the hawker centre, Pin Wei offers 4 types of CCF - original, Char Siew ($3.50), Prawn ($3.80) & Scallop ($5.50).

What I enjoy the most was how each piece was handmade upon order, and you can watch the cook do his magic by creating these thin, translucent & silky pieces of rice flour rolls.

Each plate comes with 2 ladies worth of sweet soy sauce, and a dollop of sweet chilli on the side if you’d prefer some kick.

If you’d like to make your queueing worth the wait, I suggest ordering all 4 (if you can stomach it), or bring more friends along to try more options!

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