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The everlasting queue that lines up all the way from start of business to end business hours (2pm). The entire process of driving all the way to Maxwell, finding a carpark lot and to purchasing the food from Zhen Zhen in Maxwell Food Centre was rather tedious. But nothing can stop us from enjoying the well known dishes from Zhen Zhen.After a good wait about half an hour in the queue, I conclude that the crowds of Zhen Zhen's was no gimmick. Food was genuinely great and did not let us down. Impr
Cost: S$3.00 Amount of fresh chilled cut fish was heavily garnished with 4 limes, shredded gingers, spring onions in fried and raw versions and topped with some striking red hot chilli slices. Those meat are freshly and not the typical thin slices we got from the Chinese New Year Yu Sheng. Although this dish was served raw, the powerful garnishing had greatly minimised the raw taste from a fish. Eating them is as good as having it cooked. Next on our order is none other than its porridge that had been drawing the hordes. If you are thinking of having pork porridge, I'm afraid that you have to go elsewhere as Zhen Zhen does not sell that. All were good. Every bowl of porridge that comes out from the kitchen was garnished with fried onions, spring onions and Dong Cai (Mustard Greens). Porridge was cooked to a gluey perfection till the extent that one couldn't even find any grains or clustering. What's the trick? It was seen that Zhen Zhen's had its stall implemented with a big automated cooker that slowly stirred its porridge around the clock throughout its business hours. At a reasonable value, our bowls of Century Egg with Lean Meat and Chicken Porridge was actually filled up with chockful of fresh ingredients. All in all, their porridge are special of its kind and is definitely worth a try.