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Ask any Singaporean where's the best chwee kueh and I suppose many will say Tiong Bahru. This unassuming dish at at Tiong Bahru Market has captured the hearts of many locals and tourists for generations after generations. And I can see why. . The rice cake is firm and not mushy, the most important factor of a good chwee kueh. The preserved radish topping, or chye poh, isn't too salty. Every mouthful has a distinct taste of the shrimps and goes very well with the rice cake. . Although the business has expanded and you can find their chwee kueh in many malls, I still like to visit this humble outlet at Tiong Bahru Market and brave the queues. After all, this is where is first began. . . . 📍30 Seng Poh Road Tiong Bahru Market # 02-05
Zhen Ji Yong Tau Foo Yong Tau Foo (8 piece for $4)- quite a good bowl of yong tau foo with fresh ingredients!
Loong Wye
Fried Kway Teow ($3). Found this to be a hidden gem at Tiong Bahru market. After trying this and the other more famous Tiong Bahru Fried Kway Teow in the same hawker centre, all of us preferred this. 🔸 I could already smell the wok hei as soon as my friend brought us this plate. I agreed with my friend who said, "the wok hei is obscene". To me it's also more than the wok hei. That sweet savoury and mild spicy sauce with all the lup cheong, fish cake, hum, and vegetables - added for its crunchy texture and to break the greasiness - worked harmoniously for me. 🔸 Some people like wet char kway teow. But if you like dry char kway teow like I do, you should like this. 📍 Tiong Bahru Market 30 Seng Poh Road Singapore 168898 Unit 02-08
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