Review: China Street Hum Jin Pang (Singapore)

China Street Hum Jin Pang: Ham Chim Peng Assorted


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China Street Hum Jin Pang

does ham chim peng in both salty and sweet. Both are tasty and highly affordable. What is there not to like? Definitely good!

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Ham Jin Peng

China Street Hum Jin Pang does ham chim peng in the usual salty and sweet varieties.

The ham chim peng are smallish is size, and has a firm and chewy texture and a nice lightly crispy skin. The salty ones has a slightly savoury taste. The sweet version has some red bean paste inside and is topped with soe sesame seeds. It is glazed with some sugar on its surface. Both tastes nice and are likeable. Not to mentioned that these are priced very affordably. What is there not to like? Definitely good!


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China Street Hum Jin Pang

Maxwell Food Centre

Singapore 069184


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