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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 ha
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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!
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Date of Visit
2013-12-02
Spending Per Head
$2
Recommended Dishes
  • Char Siew Chee Cheong Fun