[CLOSED] Happy Congee (Jurong)

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130 Jurong Gateway Road
Singapore 600130

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If you are not as adventurous and seek for some familiar flavours, how about trying the shrimp rice noodle roll? Not only is Happy Congee generous with the rice noodle roll portion, but also the pieces of sweet prawn in each roll and the amount of sweet savoury soy sauce. Pair it together with the sambal belacan for an extra oomph of umaminess!

This is a literal fire bomb but definitely perfect for a rainy day. It might look harmless, but the pool of chili oil that the rice noodle rolls are soaked in, is not one to be belittled. Imagine eating mala the chee cheong fun way, with shredded chicken and white sesame seeds. Strong oriental twist on the rice noodle rolls. If it’s too spicy to handle, consider getting one of the smooth congee to pair with the mala shredded chicken. Definitely comforting while toning down on the spiciness!

With the opening of several outlets islandwide, it made me curious how good the congee and rice noodle rolls or chee cheong fun as we affectionately know as, are. I was extremely excited to know that one of the relatively new outlets is now in Jurong East, and walking distance from home!

One of the must tries has definitely gotta be this rice noodle roll with dough sticks, or zha liang, as the Cantonese calls it. You will be pleased, just like I did, to know that the rice noodle rolls here are made to order, hence the chunky dough sticks remain crispy and toasty when served. Definitely worth the waiting time! After the dough sticks are deep fried, the rice noodle rolls are then wrapped tightly around them in a thin layer before sprinkling some white sesame seeds above. They are then served in a light sweet savory sauce, such that as you give it a light dip, the entire roll will be slightly moist and with enhanced flavour. Don’t miss out the sambal chili here as it’s bound to give an extra kick! Indeed, one of the best zha liangs that I can ever find. At such an affordable price of $4, you get 12 pieces of quality delicious rice noodle rolls with dough sticks. I can eat it again and again!


Hooray, dining in to resume from 21 June! Meanwhile, I’m happily enjoying a comforting bowl of seafood abalone congee with a raw egg at home. Their version of congee is smooth, silky and packs with flavours from the braised abalone & mushrooms, cuttlefish, sliced fish, fish maw and prawns. ❤️
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