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Introduction
Formerly located at Lavender Food Square. Ah Long Pancake is very famous for the authentic thin and crispy Mee Chiang Kueh. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
12:30 - 23:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Open Till Late
Review (3)
Level2 2017-01-08
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對於小弟這外來人而言,面煎粿非常陌生的名字,不過,看看英文Pancake就大概有點點概念,加上在檔口面前,有齊所有面煎粿的照片,就更加不用左猜右估了。如此特色的食物,又怎可以錯過呢?來一頓面煎粿早餐吧!面煎粿都是即點即製,在特定的模具上鋪好薄餅底,加蛋,下材料,看到功多藝熟的師傅三幾下手勢,就很快弄多一份面煎粿。小弟選了雞肉香腸、芝士、加蛋面煎粿,薄餅底好薄,邊位很脆口,內裡餡料十足,吃到不少雞肉香腸,面層的芝士溶透了,芝香味濃,很好吃的面煎粿,非常值得一試! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-03
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Ah Long Pancake - Peanut (S$0.90); Corn & Peanut (S$1.20/-)This has always been a dear place to me as I never fail to come here for the pancakes as part of my carbo-loading routine over the past years of racing. As all the pancakes are made to order, you have the liberty to choose how crisp you want your pancake to be and on this instance, I requested for it to be a little more chaota (toasted) for that extra crispness.I always enjoy the original peanut pancake which is well mixed with a fair share of sugar. While the edges of the pancake was crisp and brittle (in a good sense), the middle portion of the pancake remained warm, moist and soft. The crunchiness from the finely diced roasted peanuts just complemented the texture wholly.The lady always enjoyed sweetcorn and seeing this on the menu just prompted me to order one for her to try and thankfully she enjoyed it! It was not too different from the original with the addition of canned sweetcorn. continue reading
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Click: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/04/ah-long-pancake-traditional-mee-chiang.html for Full review and picsI love Mee Chiang Kueh but those commonly sold are thick, chewy with more batter than fillings. It was only recently that I found out from my parents about the earliest form of mee chiang kueh. They were smaller discs of crispy pancake that looked like Apam Balik, often sold by uncles who make them fresh off the griddle.After a long hunt for the "ancient" mee chiang kueh aka 传说中的面煎馃, I was glad to have finally discover Ah Long Pancake at Lavendar Hawker Centre/ Food Square. It fits the description, only that they are no longer made in cast-iron hot plates that are still used to serve you hot plate tofu zichar. Plus, you get some novelty flavours like sambal and even durian.The best thing about having this kind of MCK is that every single piece are made fresh upon order, and it won't take minutes before you get a golden-brown crispy pancake. Ah Long specialises in pancakes with an egg, and thus we had the peanut+egg+cheese version at $1.90. There are also savoury fillings such as chicken floss or chye poh. I like the corn and peanuts (above pic-$1.20) for the creamy texture, even though the auntie unblatantly showed you that they are using canned corns instead of making their own corn filling. The coconut ($0.90) and peanuts ($0.90) were both aromatic. coconut ($0.90)I tried to search into the history of Mee Chiang Kueh in Singapore but could not gather much information. Not sure if Apam Balik and Mee Chiang Kueh actually belonged to the same family or should be treated as two different types of snacks. Nonetheless, I am not rejecting the thick version of MCK, but my vote ultimately goes to this thin crisp version. It is more aromatic and not too filling (which means I can have more...hehe)Full review: www.dairycream.blogspot.sg continue reading
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