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When you think of eating tze char in Singapore, where do you think of? The first place that comes to my mind is Two Chefs Eating Place 双厨菜馆! They have two branches - one at Commonwealth Crescent and another at Sin Ming. The Commonwealth Crescent branch is said to be the original one. Tze char is one of the styles of eating that I love the most because of the heartwarming reunion feelings when everyone gathers round a table. What better way to celebrate than good food?You cannot miss out on the G
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When you think of eating tze char in Singapore, where do you think of? The first place that comes to my mind is Two Chefs Eating Place 双厨菜馆! They have two branches - one at Commonwealth Crescent and another at Sin Ming. The Commonwealth Crescent branch is said to be the original one. Tze char is one of the styles of eating that I love the most because of the heartwarming reunion feelings when everyone gathers round a table. What better way to celebrate than good food?
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You cannot miss out on the Golden Mushroom Beancurd when you are here! This thick, flavourful savoury dish is easily one of the yummiest to be polished clean from the bowl. The beancurd used in this dish seemingly tastes like egg tofus and the enoki mushrooms were also cooked to a soft texture yet not completely yielding. Recommended dish!
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These fried Prawn Rolls will be the favourite of those who have momentarily forgotten about what's healthy! Beneath its crispy exterior lies soft fragrant prawn fillings that was paired with the heavenly roasted duck with honey sauce on the side. Yummy. I secretly liked this a lot for the sauce.
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The Vegetables with egg, salted egg and century egg was the favourite of the table, but I wasn't too much of a fan of vegetables. Yet I found it quite delicious especially with the addition of the swirling cloudy egg mixture that made the dish particularly sweet. Recommended (for the vegetables lovers).
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Next up was the Horfun - which we ordered as a carbohydrate replacement for rice. I loved it because there was so much wokhei taste and so fragrant! The horfun was also slippery smooth and coated with delectable sauce, and was gone in sixty seconds. Recommended (for those with black holes for stomachs).
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Another of those must-try dishes as mentioned across various food platforms: Buttered Ribs was a medley of condensed milk powder sprinkled onto juicy sweet ribs. While it seemed pretty strange, it surprisingly actually goes well together with rice. Somehow I think that the ribs could have been fried better - they could have reused the oil a little bit too many times due to the need to handle the crowd. Wonderful dish idea, but execution could have been better.
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You are advised to reach before 6.30pm or risk having to wait for about 15 minutes (or more) for a seat. It is also more advantageous to come as a bigger group of 6 or more so that you will be issued a seat faster. Altogether, it is a worthy and classic tze char experience here - complete with all the sweat, noise and Night Market Life playing on TV.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2014-05-17
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10 Minutes (Dine In)