29 Tai Thong Crescent
Lao Zhong Zhong Eating House
Singapore 347858

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm


11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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Lao zhong zhong must surely serve the best Ngoh Hiang in Singapore.

Lao Zhong zhong been around since the 1950s and most of their fritters are hand made by themselves.

The fried fish and prawn fritter were surprisingly good.

It is also affordable, this entire plate cost be just $8.60.

Otah was not so good in my opinion, will skip the otah next time.

5 dishes @ $12

Love the heap of sausage (and it's half portion!) but it covered up everything else. There's also taukwa + two types of prawn fritters + ngoh hiong.

I think our favourite is the sausage and the flatter version of prawn fitter which comes with smaller shrimps (there's a fatter version of prawn fritter that comes with one normal size prawn).

But honestly, everything on this plate is great.

The sauce is good also, a bit of peanut makes it have a tinge of satay sauce taste but it's also mildly spicy and sour (i think? Could be vinegar?) and the blend of all the flavours come together very nicely.

And also eyeing at the oyster omelette stall next to it so guess we'll be back!


Lol that's what you call the national leader of the dish. For those who haven't tried this, if you thought all wu xiang are the same, just the water chestnut cake and Chinese sausage would change you. On this day the fishballs were not fresh.

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It’s probably the most authentic Wu Xiang store in Singapore where the the prawn fritters is made in-house. Def try that, and the Taukwa too.

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When I was young, my family used to visit a hawker centre across the road from Toa Payoh bus interchange where we would have ngoh hiang hei pia (五香虾饼) from time-to-time as it was a cheap and simple way of filling the tummies of boisterous growing boys (so long as you avoid the expensive dishes such as octopus and guan chang sausages which happen to be my favourites haha). These stalls seem to have disappeared and the few that remains tend to be frequented by the older generation.

I haven't had it for a long time but decided to check out the stall at Lao Zhong Zhong whilst I was there for the orh luat. They served a wide array of deep fried fritters ranging from ngoh hiang, fried beancurd, prawn crackers, octopus and squid, all of which are handmade at the stall.

All of their dishes are good tbh. In particular, I really like their guanchang sausage which reminds me of char siew in a sausage casing. It is savoury, tender and juicy.

Friendly reminder: It is all deep fried food which is full of flour so ahem eat moderately hor!

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As my dad said he used to eat this as a kid, you know it’s as good as it gets. Never really liked ngoh hiang but this is the best I’ve tried so far.