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Introduction
The stall is located 51 Old Airport Road Market & Food Centre, serving Chee Cheong Fun and also other chinese food such as fried dummplings continue reading
Review (8)
Bought a plain chee cheong fun as well as one with prawns in it. Surprisingly the food was still quite delicious even though it was not eaten straight away. In my opinion, the portion is rather small for that pricing, but considering that it is made differently, it is still acceptable to a certain extent.Did not have to wait for very long even though it was a weekday evening. It was worth the effort to go down to try it but probably would not make a second trip for this.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-09-04
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For more reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/05/freshly-made-chee-cheong-fun.htmlGrab some fresh bites at the Chee Cheong Fun Stall if you have some stomach space. Walk closer to the stall and you will get to see a number of articles from the media recommending their hand made delicacies and this definitely wont go wrong.Translucent thin rice rolls was delicate and silky yet they were strong enough to hold the fillings tightly without letting them dropped out.They were all drenched with soya sauce and sprinkled with aromatic fried onions as well as chopped spring onions, adding fragrance to the dish.While the chicken fillings came in minced form and the mushroom chee cheong fun was cut into chewable slice like this. It was soaked up and had retained most of the sauce within, enhancing the plain flavours from the rice roll apart from those garnishing added.These Chee Cheong Fun is also available with Char Siew and Scallops fillings.Oh how I miss the freshness of such smooth chinese snacks. It makes me feel like going back once more to test on other fillings. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-14
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It is not usual to see this kind of chee cheong fun at a hawker, which is most commonly found at chinese dim sum restaurants. There are four fillings to choose from, which are shrimp, charsiew, mushroom or scallops. I had the charsiew roll and I liked the texture of the cheong fun, very silky soft. It is also nicely filled with charsiew. However, the soy sauce was quite bland. The chee cheong fun is made fresh on the spot and I recommend you to try this stall when you're are old airport road hawker! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-15
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This stall whips out really good cantonese style rice rolls or chee cheong fun. I am very particular with this dish- I have tasted rice rolls that have been steamed slightly too long and as a result become too stiff and not palatable. But this stall serves out fresh chee cheong fun, made on the spot with really a nice nice soft silky texture. We ordered cheong fun with prawn and char siew ingredients. I was pleasantly surprised that the prawn filling was really generous and fresh- it was not just a few pieces of prawns and the prawns were really crunchy. Probably the best part of eating the silky chee cheong fun is with its fragrant soya sauce and chili! continue reading
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See more reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.comThis is the only hawker stall I know that serves Cantonese-style rice rolls like in the restaurants. Most rice rolls offered at hawker centres are the thick, plain types with sweet dark sauce breakfast offerings. We got the usual Barbequed Pork Rice Roll ($2) and Prawn Rice Roll ($2), thin and silky smooth sheets generously packed with fresh ingredients. A liberal dousing of soy and sesame oil provided flavouring. The Chinese black mushrooms version is also not to be missed. Definitely one of the cheapest and most value-for-money Cantonese rice rolls around. continue reading
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