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Opening Hours
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08:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Chwee Kueh
Review (9)
Level4 2013-09-24
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I love eating this Chee Kuay from Bedok sometimes the queue will be very long depends on the timing! My girl love this as well so both of us order 8pcs to share for lunch. 8 pcs for only $2 very cheap! But the cai por was kinda oily but it was so yummy that I can't resists for not having it! The kuay it self was very soft and is really nice eating it while is out from the steamer! Thumbs up! continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-16
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Bought 6 pieces of the chwee kuey during lunch from Bedok Shui Guo stall to share with my friends. Chwee kuey is usually very oily because of the taupok which is soaked inside the oil... so sinful but it taste so good (thats why they always say tasty food are unhealthy). The white chwee kuey itself is soft and melts in your mouth, doesn't required much chewing. The combination with the chili makes this dish a more tasty one. Good! continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-24
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4 pieces for $1. Works out 25 cents per piece, still cheap by any food standard. Needed a filler snack cos didn't had enough for dinner and still feeling hungry. I feel that 4 pieces was just nice to fill up the stomach and not feeling bloated from eating too much. I should say that that chye por was good not too salty and crunchy too. The texture of the shui guo was good very soft and fragrant. Mixed it with the chilli provided it tasted so good especially when it's fresh from the steaming pot. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-28
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One of my chweeeeeee kueh cravings came about and being in the bedok area, the only one that came to mind was this stall and with so much hype about it on OpenRice, it definitely tastes as good as mentioned! I tabaoed home , it tasted even better while it's still hot infront of my favourite hangout : the TV/computer.Soft and fragrant kueh and the topping omg it's flavourful,crunchy and makes you wonder how did you get such a great tasting dish under $2! total classic. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-27
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I was wondering what kind of name Jin Mu was.I obviously have an issue with my eyesight.It's glaringly obvious that the signboard readsJimmy.Should've known an ang mo name wouldn't do justice to my cheenah char kway teow.Dismal right?I know.And my blood cockles had sand in them.Oh Jimmy.Then along came Qing Tian.Oh it totally brought along clear skies to my dismal dinner attempt.Dramatic I know.But,Now you see what I mean?Just randomly, the Samsung SIII makes me perfectly confident without a compact camera.It takes awesome pictures on the auto setting.And back to the popiah that saved the day.Long queues at this popiah stall that shares a stall space with Qing Tian Niang Dou Fu #01-58.It was full on ingredients and full on flavour.A mouthful of yum!And just because Dad said that no trip to Bedok is complete without Bedok Chwee Kueh 勿洛水粿.He's my best friend.For best friends know exactly what you love to eat.http://monstrousappetites.blogspot.sg/2012/08/bedok-central-interchange.html continue reading
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