When I first discover this stall, it was in the early morning but I did not order anything as I already had something else for breakfast. It was not until a few days later, I was nearby in the evenings. As I still have not taken my dinner, I decided to try my luck to see if the stall is still open and to my delight, it is!
The texture of the cheong fun feels silky soft like two layers melded together. I do wish it is a little springier though with some bite.
We are back at Chinatown Complex Market & Food Center for Meal. I was introduced to this relatively new stall that sell Lor Mee and decided to give it a try.
Whoa, the curry at this hawker stall (335 Smith Street #02-051) is awesome, particularly in that it's both spicy and gritty, with a good dose of anise in there, if I tasted it correctly.
The combination of pork lard, perfectly cooked noodles, and Mr. Tan’s expert frying skills creates a dish worth waiting in line for!
Chinatown Food Centre is a treasure trove of culinary delights, offering a myriad of renowned stalls that cater to food enthusiasts from all walks of life. Among the notable stalls, Chang Le Chee Cheong Fun 尝乐猪肠粉 stands out as a hidden gem that's certainly worth exploring.
If you're a food enthusiast exploring the vibrant culinary landscape of Chinatown Complex, there's a gem you won't want to miss – Chef Leung's Authentic Hand-milled Rice Noodle Rolls (梁师傅肠粉).
Chinatown Complex is a culinary treasure trove, housing numerous famous food stalls. Among these, Ma Li Ya Virgin Chicken 瑪莉亞處女雞 stands out not only for its unique name but also for its specialty in soy sauce chicken.
The highlight for me is their crispy deep-fried intestines whose umami flavor, upon the grind of my molars, is released and fills up my entire oral cavity.
I am not a fan of fried peanuts so I am glad there is just a negligible amount of it on my plate. Although the portion of the ikan bilis is not a lot as well, there is just enough to last the entire meal.