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

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Wednesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 05:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This is yet another revisit! I got just that chee cheong fun this time round for a light lunch while my friend got their congee.

The chee cheong fun took about 20min before it's served. Considering that it's located at China Square Central where it's patrons are largely working adults, this is a tad too long a wait.

However, the texture and taste of the rice rolls are still good. Thin, has an eggy scent and the amount of sauce that it's served with is just right! They aren't too stingy with the charsiew, thankfully. The meat is not too dry so it matches this moist dish well (unlike the typical ones found in wanton mee, dry like jerky blahhh) Wish they can put a little more lettuce in the roll (just 1-2 pcs more).

My charsiew with egg rice roll costs $7.5. Althou there's no gst nor svc charge, it's relatively pricey.

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All aboard the chee cheong fun express! Hailing from Guangzhou, their cheong funs are some the silkiest you’ll find here. Just the right proportion of soy, glistening oil and chewy rice rolls, with the unique addition of eggs and lettuce to the usual suspects (prawns/char siew) makes for really good eatin’.

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Found the Singapore outlet of Guangzhou's most famous traditional rice rolls. Yin ji's long history goes all the way back to 1958. You can tell that they are very serious about their chang fens.

Their signature was a really interesting rice and egg rolls, filled with fresh prawns and vegetables. Pictured is the sliced pork chang fen, which consists of pork and chopped vegetables.

While both dishes were really delicious: thin, chewy and translucent rice rolls drenched with a sweet soy sauce , we felt that they could be more generous with the ingredients within the rice rolls.

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