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☺ Wanton noodles with char siew (S$4). Its the firm and springy type of noodles which i like. Goes well with their chilli sauce. This is another popular stall with long queue at this hawker centre.

📍Location:
Soon Kee Wanton Mee (01-44)
Pek Kio Market & Food Centre
41 Cambridge Rd,
Singapore 210041

☺One of the most popular chee cheong fun stall in SG. I tried the prawn (S$4.50) and char siew version. The chee cheong fun was very smooth, but the sauce is a bit too sweet for me. Eat already feel jelak very fast. If you like strong flavour sauce, you might like this. Can try 😤.

I still prefer the one at Old Airport Road hawker centre. The sauce was lighter and chilli was nicer.

📍Location:
Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun (Stall 01-25)
Pek Kio Market & Food Centre
41 Cambridge Rd,
Singapore 210041

😲 Hot chin chow dessert (S$0.80)...my first time having it hot 😅. After order then realise its not cold omg 😂. Taste not bad though, but i still prefer it cold.

📍Location:
Pek Kio Market & Food Centre
(Stall 01-21)
41 Cambridge Rd,
Singapore 210041

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Freshly made ala order, these rice rolls were paper thin and wrapped with ingredients such as char siew, prawns, etc. The char siew were finely minced, giving it only the texture but not much of the taste. There wasn’t a lot too. The sauce was sweet-savory but lack depth but the sambal chilli lifted the rice rolls considerably. Overall a good plate of rice rolls.

Price: $3.50
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Just wish they could give more ingredients even though we already requested for more

Prawn Noodles SGD2.50
Additional ingredients SGD1.00

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Freshly made Hong Kong style Chee Cheong Fun at Pek Kio is definitely one of the best steamed rice rolls around in Singapore. Silky, soft and piping hot rice rolls skin drenched with light savoury soya sauce, with a choice of fillings such as char-siew ($3.50) prawns ($4.50), scallops ($5.50) or you can simply eat it plain ($2.70) on its own.

Im grateful for us having cheap and good hawker food around in SG. I'm heading to Hong Kong next month, if you have any must-try recommendations, do let me know in the comments below. 😃

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