Ci Ming Zhai Shu Shi

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 3 reviews )
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BlK 216 #01-26 Bedok North Street 1, East Singapore, Singapore

Try the wonton mee and the fried carrot cake. Open Mon-Sun 5:30am-3:00pm.

Categories: Ovo, Chinese

3 Reviews

First Review by herbman

Best Kway Chap in Bedok North! - Edit

This is my number 1 choice whether I crave for a bowl of Kway Chap on a rainy day. The soup is so nice and you can also ask for no mock meat, and additional vegetables at the same time! They have daily specials on their menu, and the wanton mee is also very much bragged about at the same time, although I will try to avoid mock meat as much as I can (if possible). Another dish that you must try is the Laksa! Especially good during cold weather :)





Updated from previous review on 2018-02-08

Pros: Best Kway Chap, Best Laksa, Reasonable Price

Cons: Mock Meat

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Ok Laksa - Edit

The Laksa is vegan which is surprising because most places add milk to theirs. But this used only coconut milk and it was very rich. Although it’s not my favourite laksa, it’s not bad. It costs $3.
My Sister has the nasi lemak but she didn’t like it.

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nice Fried carrot cake - Edit

Nice carrot cake can have it black or white type.

Pros: econmical

Cons: no aircon

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stanley Sng 02 Mar 2017 - Sorry Carrot Cake is Now not on sale anymore.
 


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