1 Beach Road
Singapore 190001

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08:30am - 02:00pm

08:30am - 02:00pm

08:30am - 02:00pm

08:30am - 02:00pm

08:30am - 02:00pm

08:30am - 02:00pm


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Came across the new Sing Lung HK Cheong Fun in a coffeeshop at Blk 1 Beach Road on social media not too long ago and already had intended to make a visit to check them out for a while — turns out, Sing Lung HK Cheong Fun is opened by a former Crystal Jade Executive Dim Sum Chef, and the stall serves up several styles of Cheong Fun, as well as a congee and a glutinous rice dish.

Given the background of the stall and how Cheong Fun is seemingly its main focus, we ended up doing for the Prawn Cheong Fun; each portion is made-to-order here — we made our visit slightly past 1:30pm on a weekday, and was pretty much the second in line and our order took around 5 to 6 minutes to be prepared. On first look, the Cheong Fun here bears a similar aesthetic to the usual Hong Kong-style Chee Cheong Fun that is typically served in dim sum establishments — a smooth rice roll as opposed to the slightly more wrinkly type that is often associated with places that serve stone-milled/freshly-milled Chee Cheong Fun. First taste of the Prawn Cheong Fun and this felt pretty much like what I would have expected from a Chinese establishment specialising in dim sum — the Cheong Fun is not only smooth and silky here, but there is this gelatinous sort of chewiness that really made it texturally interesting here along with an evident rice-y note. Each roll comes packed with two small prawns that are fresh and carries the natural sweetness of crustaceans, providing a good bite — really liked the soy sauce that they used here which they seem to be quite generous with as well; it is savoury with a tinge of sweet, and works especially well when the silky Cheong Fun absorbs the all of that goodness. Overall, a Prawn Cheong Fun that can definitely match up against the variants served up at dim sum restaurants.

With such a pedigree, one can say that expectations would be set for the Cheong Fun at Sing Lung HK Cheong Fun when one decides to make the visit here. That being said, Sing Lung HK Cheong Fun does not seem to disappoint where its Cheong Fun is of concern — they do serve up a rendition that is pretty competent despite our initial expectations; a spot that Cheong Fun lovers will probably be fond of.

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The Plain Chee Cheong Fun - The slightly thick, chewy rice rolls were dressed in a hearty amount of savoury-sweet sauce, hoisin sauce, a peanut and sesame concoction, and a topping of sesame seeds. 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/sing-lung-hk-chee-cheong-fun/