133 Amoy Street
#01-01 Far East Square
Singapore 049962

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Saturday:
11:00am - 05:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Chanced upon this shop after my Saturday morning workout a few weeks back. As the eatery has half its menu offering a wide range of different chee cheong fun i.e steamed rice roll, I knew I couldn't miss out on this. I ordered the fresh prawn egg roll ($7.50) and to be very honest, I've not paid so much for a chee cheong fun before lol. Didn't think it was especially mind blowing but it was a well made chee cheong fun, with the silky rice roll and crunchy fresh prawns. For those who wants to deviate from the usual char siew or prawn chee cheong fun typically offered in dimsum stalls, this is probably the place to go. Some of the more unique variety of chee cheong fun that caught my eye were vegan roll, pork and liver roll, and beef roll.

Rating: 7.5 / 10

This features their award-winning changfen / chee cheong fun / steamed rice rolls, silky smooth with grainy sweet flavour, served in a light soy sauce with salty savoury flavour.
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Layered with egg and crisp spinach, then stuffed with bouncy deshelled shrimp, this has beautiful eggy vegetal sweet savoury flavour to the rolls. Delicious and satisfying.
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Yin Ji
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The large pieces of chunky chicken chop are tender and juicy, without being oily.
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The seasoning of salt, Chinese 5-spice, white pepper, and sour plum powder combine with the natural flavours of the chicken meat, resulting in a yummy savoury spice salty sour sweet flavour.
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Great choice on its own, or to accompany other dishes as part of a meal.
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Yin Ji
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This features their award-winning changfen / chee cheong fun / steamed rice rolls, silky smooth with grainy sweet flavour, served in a light soy sauce with salty savoury flavour.
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Layered with egg and crunchy lettuce, then stuffed with chewy slices of beef, which results in a meaty savoury eggy vegetal sweet flavour to the rolls. Yum.
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Yin Ji
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This features their award-winning changfen / chee cheong fun / steamed rice rolls, silky smooth with grainy sweet flavour, served in a light soy sauce with salty savoury flavour.
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Stuffed with crisp airy fried dough fritters, which hold bready sweet savoury flavour, this stretched out the glistening rice rolls, looking like sheer cloth snugly wrapped around the appealing fritters.
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Yin Ji
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Originated from Guangzhou, YinJi has expanded to several outlets in Hong Kong and even Canada, with only one single outpost in Singapore. This has got to be one of the CBD’s best kept hidden gems as the rice rolls are silky smooth with several varieties and fillings in it such as the Fried Dough Roll ($4.50) which contains you tiao in it and soaked in the soya sauce mixture or their signature Fresh Prawn Egg Roll ($7.50) which comes in a substantial portion too. Perhaps to wash it all down, the best way is to complement it with a bowl of congee, which was equally smooth and lightly seasoned. The trick is to pour in some of the soya sauce from the rice rolls into the congee before giving it a good mix.
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📍 133 Amoy Street, Far East Square, Unit 01-01, Singapore 049962
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