531A Upper Cross Street
#02-39 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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Sunday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 02:00pm

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Finally tried Granny's all famous peanut butter pancake ($1.40) at the Hong Lim Food Centre and I was so satisfied!

You will notice that the pancake given to you is really hot to the touch, as it is made fresh. They were really generous with the crushed peanuts and peanut butter, and I loved how rich and nutty each bite was. This may be one sinful pancake, but definitely worth the calories 😂

Was really hard to resist getting another piece!

Generous amount of filling be it coconut or peanuts
Fluffy inside, well cooked, not burnt. Perfect browning.
$1.20 per piece
Special order of peanut filling with peanut butter for $1.40

Priced at $1.20 each, the MCK comes in different flavours: red bean, peanut, coconut. We got the latter 2. Both pieces were rather small, but filled with a decent amount of peanut and coconut. We liked the soft and chewy texture of the pancake!

The thick, chewy and fluffy traditional min jiang kueh is freshly prepared in batches that come hot with a combination of creamy peanut butter and ground peanuts. The creamy texture from the peanut butter added more texture to the crunchy peanuts. Just look at how the peanut butter oozes and sinks into the pancake. I'm already craving for more while typing this review 🤤 》$1.20

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Their Peanut Butter MJK is definitely worth getting! Have tried them quite a lot of times and it's still as consistent. Love how chewy the MJK is, and the coconut is also pretty fresh.

With just a S$0.20 top-up, one would get peanut butter squeezed directly to their Peanut Mee Chang Kueh (S$1.00) to get the extra sticky, extra yummy experience.

But I must say that the best reason to buy a Mee Chang Kueh as dessert or snack was because regardless what flavour you would choose, you would still get these pancakes slapped with generous serving of toppings, making it so enjoyable.

On the other hand, the only downside that I could identify was that each piece of Mee Chang Kueh would come in different sizes. From the photo, the one with coconut was apparently the largest because of the part of cut. Whether you would get the “bigger slice of the pie” or not, perhaps, was solely based on luck, since you could not choose the part of the pancake anyway.

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