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2013-03-18 13 views
They hv four types of ccf here: char siew, prawn, chicken and mushroom with prawn and char siew the usual popular choices. I ordered the mushroom version instead $2. Also order century egg and minced meat porridge $3 and a plate of steam dumpling $4 which is more commonly known as 水饺. Sometimes its quite amazing to see ccf being made, just by steaming the soaked cloth for 130sec or so etc.Its not common to find mushroom ccf so i gave it a try. It did not leave me wanting more, though plenty of s
Its not common to find mushroom ccf so i gave it a try. It did not leave me wanting more, though plenty of sauce is provided, i would think maybe a mushroom and chicken combo kind of filling would be preferred. But the chilli provided is not too bad though. The porridge and dumplings were very average also. Will still want to give this stall another try next time. At $2 per ccf, handmade and hot, can't complain too much.