160 Rochor Road
Bugis Village
Singapore 188435

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09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Qiji still meets the cut ....

Although the rice was dry and quite lifeless ....

The condiments more than made up for it .

The chicken wing was served fresh - juicy , crisp and not greasy .

The otah was really outstanding - lots of flavour and texture .

The cucumber was freshly sliced .

The chilli was good, good, good .....

Just look out for which qiji you go to ... the one at Star Vista is to be avoided because food standards are bad .

Just stick to the Bugis village one - you will be quite safe .

I simply love homegrown brand qiji for a fuss free meal. I found that besides the Longtong, the tahu goreng served here is also pretty good.

The star of the dish is really the tahu goreng sauce which has a good balance of a tinge of sourish ( from Assam or lime juice ) and sweetness. The Tauhu cubes are fried to perfection with a good content of moisture still retained within.

The generous amount of shredded cucumber and carrots and bean sprouts makes this a complete meal on its own .


Everyone knows QiJi for serving good local cuisines at reasonable prices! Now you are able to satisfy your late night cravings easily at their new outlet on the corner of Syed Alwi road (beside Swee Choon dim sum)

Rating: 7.2/10

Will i return/recommend: Yes/Yes

Pros: Nice new local cafe to have teabreaks and casual catch-up sessions. Opens till 3am & 4am (wkends). Have both indoor/outdoor seating with ceiling fans. Very comfortable. Food-wise pretty standard local fare. Mee siam i had was flavoursome & isn't the spicy sort which i prefer.

Cons: High MSG content. I'm not familiar with mee siam but there's not much ingredients inside, just an egg, a few sprinkles of tau pok & beansprouts. Some of you, especially guys, may not find it filling enough.

Price: S$5.90 - mee siam, lime juice

Qiji chicken cutlet Nasi lemak. Yum yum in the belly. 😱 ($5.50)


The weather was too hot so we sauntered over into Qi Ji where there was the perfect cooling aircon dining location. This is one of the best popiah! Perfect synchrony of moist and not too moist. Try it and you will understand. Thick and rich filling. I wonder how they maintain the consistency throughout their branches all over the island. There must be a secret!

Fragrant rice with sides of egg, fried fillet, sausage, ikan bilis and peanuts making up your usual simple fuss-free and good nasi lemak. Rice is high on calories so share the plate with a friend.