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Before Ghim Moh Hawker Centre closed for renovation, I went to try the Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh. There was no queue at this stall and I thought they were closed. Luckily the aunty at the stall said that they still have left some to sell to me.Their menu board had a price for 20 pieces at $6 but I wonder who was such big eater buying 20 in a go. I just bought 8 pieces for $2.40 for myself.The Chwee Kueh had little "Cai Poh". The "Cai Poh" tasted more sweet than savoury. The Chwee Kueh was just right n
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Before Ghim Moh Hawker Centre closed for renovation, I went to try the Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh. There was no queue at this stall and I thought they were closed. Luckily the aunty at the stall said that they still have left some to sell to me.

Their menu board had a price for 20 pieces at $6 but I wonder who was such big eater buying 20 in a go. I just bought 8 pieces for $2.40 for myself.

The Chwee Kueh had little "Cai Poh". The "Cai Poh" tasted more sweet than savoury. The Chwee Kueh was just right not too soft or too floury. 

Overall, this Chwee Kueh was not oily but was average in taste. There was too little "Cai Poh" given.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Dining Method
TakeAway
Spending Per Head
$2.40 (Breakfast)