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Cheng Tng
Review (8)
Level4 2014-11-28
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Finally i able to try the famous Cheng Teng at Bedok Corner... Always had the Famous Hokkien Mee but didn't get to try the super long q~ Cheng Teng~Actually I bought the cold Cheng Teng but surprisly normal to me, nothing special...Think just the ingredients is more than other cheng teng store...The taste not really taste good, kinda plain plain... depend people taste...Worth the wait?? continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-11
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Almost every table that is being occupied, you will see at least a bowl of Ye Lai Xiang's Cheng Tng. That's how good this Cheng Tng is. Was saddened by the news of the death of its owner, but nevertheless, the standards of the Cheng Tng is definitely still there. Its Cheng Tng, which can be served either hot or cold, for $2.50. What's so special about it? For a bowl of $2.50 Cheng Tng, you will be able to find up to 11 ingredients. Shall name a few that I found in my bowl of Cheng Tng - Dried Longan, Barley, Sweet Potato, Mung Beans, Winter Melon Strips, Sago Balls, Dried Persimmon Strips, White Fungus & Gingko Nuts. Some of the ingredients like mung beans and persimmon strips are rarely found in Cheng Tngs. Often, you will have to queue for 10 to 20 minutes for the Cheng Tng. Definitely worth the wait. The staff there are also very polite and courteous. P.S. : I would suggest that you choose the Hot Version of the Cheng Tng if you are intending to takeaway. Reason as they includes lots of small ice cubes, which are size of pebbles and it will reduce the authentic taste of the Cheng Tng. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-05
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This is probably the most special Cheng Tng that I ever enjoyed in Singapore. Ye Lai Xiang is Occupying 2 units in Bedok Food Centre, with one specialised in its Cuttlefish gangkong and the other its Cheng Tng. These 2 stalls are situated side by side.With the business solely survived on one dish, Cheng Tng, the snaking queues had its popularity best explained.Served in a traditional thick glass bowl, the bowl of Cheng Tng is indeed no ordinary. Refreshing as the name sounds, the "tng" (sound) packs with sweet hints of dried longan with barley, sweet potato, mung beans, winter melon stripes, sago, dried pessimmon strip, gingko nut and white fungus as its ingredients. One can opt for the hot or cold version. The special part of the chilled Cheng Tng is its little ice cubes that maintains a good chilling temperature throughout instead of the usual shave ice we have.Cost: S$2.00 / bowl continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-01
28 views
Still at Bedok Food Center. While waiting for colleague who is buying sugarcane drink, I went to queue for Cheng Teng. The cold cheng teng here is slightly different from other places. It uses normal small ice cubes instead of shave ice. Cheng Teng base is sweet & has a hint of longan. Generous serving of ingredients include wintermelon strips, longan, sago, white fungus & others. It's probably one of the best Cheng Teng I've had. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-25
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The great and friendly uncle has passed on recently but we will always remeber his good Cheng Teng at Bedok Food Centre. We had Cheng Tng Special. Hot day or not this one is die die must try! Light and mouthwatering soup base with soft and delicious sweet potato. First time i see sea coconut added into cheng tng, it actually taste good. There's also gingko , barley, dried longans, etc . This is a seriously good food. continue reading
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