Review: Chinatown The Sixties (Singapore)



Chinatown Complex Food Centre Singapore

Chinatown The Sixties

serves light food like chee cheong fun, yam cake, carrot cake, pumpkin cake, glutinous rice, etc. Decent.

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Chee Cheong Fun & Yam Cake

The chee cheong fun is fairly smooth and firm. The yam cake is fairly firm and yet decently soft, with nice yam flavours. Sweet sauce and chilli sauce is added, and topped with some sesame seeds. Both are decent.

Pumpkin Cake

This pumpkin cake has is fairly firm and yet decently soft. Sweet sauce and optional chilli sauce is added, and topped with some sesame seeds. Tastes decent too.

Glutinous Rice

This glutinous rice has a nice firm texture. Contains bits of mushrooms and lap cheong. It is topped with crispy fried shallots and crunchy peanuts. An optional chilli sauce can be added to the side. Quite likeable.


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