162 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4
Mayflower Market & Food Centre
Singapore 560162

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09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

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Kway Chap can be too meaty with all the pork intestines, but what if you make it vegetarian?

Zhen Xin Su Shi at Mayflower Market & Food Centre is one of the vegetarian stall that sell this meatless kway chap.

With the usual kway chap, it comes with the vegetarian version of meat that use beancurd and mushroom instead.

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Caught wind of this new stall at Mayflower Food Centre through a social media post whilst scrolling on the phone the other day; no idea what the name of the stall would be since they have yet unveil their signboard (it has been covered up by red cloth) during our visit to the stall. The stall is, however, quite difficult to miss; if one was to walk into the food centre via the plaza located right in front of it, it is the immediate stall on the right in the middle row of the food centre. Serving up congee and Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun, their focus does seem to be on the latter considering that there are more variations of Chee Cheong Fun served here than types of congee being listed on the menu. For the variations of Chee Cheong Fun available, expect some pretty conventional ones such as that of the HK-style Cheong Fun (i.e. the plain variant), the Mixed Sauce Cheong Fun and the Char Siew Cheong Fun; they do have a rather interesting Lontong Cheong Fun available too. The variety of congee available at this stall is restricted to either the Preserved Egg Minced Meat Porridge, as well as the Scallops Porridge.

Sticking to our go-to variant of the Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun, we went for the Fresh Prawn Cheong Fun — the one here does come with a sprinkle of spring onions and sesame with the chili being optional. Digging in to the Fresh Prawn Cheong Fun here, this one is smooth and silken — one which we are more likely to be able to find dim sum restaurants around; one that we also found to be rather well-made considering how it is pretty slurpy and slides down the throat effortlessly. There is a very light note from the rice slurry that runs at the back of the tongue, while the Chee Cheong Fun is aptly flavoured from that slightly sweet soy sauce that gave it much of the flavour it needs. Encasing chunks of prawns within, we liked how the prawns were fresh and naturally sweet; provided a good bite for a contrast of texture that we so ever love with the prawn variant of Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun. The dollop of chilli on the side is a great addition to the Chee Cheong Fun here; it is as savoury as it is being umami — the chilli providing a good kick of spiciness that should do well for those who are tolerable to moderate levels of spiciness. Overall, a really good version of the Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun that is priced reasonably against the competition.

No doubt there are some names that would come to mind when one mentions Mayflower and Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun — one of them would be Rice & Roll which does stone-milled Chee Cheong Fun that we really love. It is however difficult to pick one between the two; this is given how this new stall at Mayflower Food Centre serves up the usual Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun without the stone-milled aspect. Not withstanding so, this new stall at Mayflower Food Centre is most certainly worth the trip for; they do serve up a really good rendition of Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun that is comparable to this served at more formal settings. We would most definitely be back again to give that Lontong Cheong Fun a try — it does sound like an interesting play on the Malaysian-style Chee Cheong Fun where it comes with laksa / curry gravy that seems pretty intriguing to us at least!


On the hunt for more delicious Mee Siam

Please drop the name of your favourite Mee Siam in the comment section. I would like to try them all if possible.

This Mee Siam is not the best I had but the question should be, would I eat it again? Yes, definitely! Loving the spicy sour gravy which the beehoon was well soaked in.

#01-17 House of Li Xiang
6am ~ 1:30pm (Except Monday)

Delivery: -

Mee Siam $2.50

(Daytime only. Closes early, soon after lunchtime)

AVAILABLE IN: $4.00/$5.00

WAITING TIME: Less than 5 minutes at 3pm





NOODLES TYPE: Yellow mee with thick beehoon

- Surprisingly good! We both loved it.
- Very eggy
- Both felt that it was "like a very nice homecooked kind"



AVAILABLE IN: $3.50/$4.00

WAITING TIME: Less than 5 minutes at 3pm

- Small bowl of prawn soup (not super strong prawn taste, kinda on the sweet side)
- $3.50 portion included 2 prawns and pork slices and fried onions
- Can be slightly more flavorful
- The lady at this stall told us most shops close by 3pm here

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Tried this ba chor mee store at Mayflower Market that offers 老鼠粉 (Lao shu fen) noodles because I saw @wensdelight’s Instagram story and thought it looked good! It’s located on the side facing the wet market and they use red bowls.

The portion of noodles that they give is really large for $3 only and the noodles are so soft and silky! Totally slurped up the noodles. The ingredients are more average though, they weren’t very generous with them and the meatballs were also a bit hard. Overall, it wasn’t a bad try, but I think I’ll stick with my $2.90 Yong tau foo next time still! (Facing the carpark, next to the Malay food store)