320 Shunfu Road
#02-26 Shunfu Mart
Singapore 570320

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Sunday:
07:30am - 01:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
07:30am - 01:00pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 01:00pm

Friday:
07:30am - 01:00pm

Saturday:
07:30am - 01:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Found their glutinous rice a bit too sticky and oily. Perhaps go for their porridge instead, saw that it was quite popular.

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Wasn’t a big fan of this unfortunately. Had generous bits of mushrooms, but their abacus seeds were a tad too soft and lacked more of a chew.

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Located in shun fu hawker centre, this stall has been selling hakka food for as long as i remember. Queues are still long but service is quick. The sun kueh and the yam porridge are my fav as it kick starts the day with a hearty meal.

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One of the most reliable places to get a thin- skinned shun kueh with a flavourful interior of turnips , black fungus and dried shrimps.

Pair it with their homemade chilli for a perfect breakfast treat .

I say skip the yam cake ( too much flour and too Little of the real stuff )and the yam abacus seeds and / or the glutinous rice ( too greasy and mushy ) and just get the soon kuehs .

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Opened only till early afternoon, Mei Zhen sees a constant queue forming for their Hakka delicacies. The first time I came I had the yam abacus which I felt was only average.

This time the 四香金华猪肠粉, Chee cheong fun with toppings, caught my attention as I wanted to find out what toppings they had to offer. It felt like I was eating glutinous rice but the cheong fun version as the toppings were the ones that are usually found with glutinous rice; mushrooms, spring onions, dried shrimps and fried shallots. Surprisingly this savoury cheong fun was quite tasty, with such earthy umami flavours, and especially the fried shallots that were so fragrant and crispy! A mixture of sweet and soy sauce here was the watery type as compared to the usual thick liquid ones, but you should try it together with the chili sauce that adds a kick.

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I love the food here because the quantity of crispy fried onions added. My favourite from mei zhen is the porridge. If its your first time there, try their signature shun kueh together with the chilli sauce. You can have good food and be health conscious simultaneously.

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