448 Clementi Avenue 3
#01-32 Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre
Singapore 120448

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A quintessential breakfast or snack that can be found at our local hawkers would be chwee kueh. These little rice cakes are soft, light and somewhat pillow-y & is usually tasteless. However, with the addition of the savoury & oily chai poh (salted preserved vegetables) & a spoonful of chilli on the side, the dish is elevated. There's no replacement for Chwee kueh as it's second to none.

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Have been having this chee kueh since I was young.

Quite popular, and their cai po is very good.

Their chee kueh is quite big size as compared to jian bo shui kueh.

$2 for 4 pieces

One of the simplest local dish ard. Steamed rice cakes w chai por and some chilli. Somehow some people get it right and some people get it wrong. I love how the chai por isn't overly oily! It goes v well w the soft melt in your mouth rice cakes!


Everything is good here--the chye poh, the kueh and the chilli! Best way to start the week :)


So what's for tea break? Here's one of the item you can consider to munch during your tea break πŸ˜„ and it's the cheapest food you can get too! The one and only famous Chwee Kueh from Bedok.

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Total Spent: $1.00!!


Bedok chwee kueh (water rice cake? Lol) 4 for only a dollar 😊 all that perfectly balanced preserved radish atop hot steaming rice cake πŸ˜‹ this shall be my 2/5 #sgfood #5shotchallenge tagged by @gracejy