Review: Eunos Chwee Kueh (Singapore)



Eunos Crescent Food Centre Singapore

Eunos Chwee Kueh

is a stall that sells only chwee kueh. The chwee kueh has nice flavours. Thumbs up!


Chwee Kueh

Eunos Chwee Kueh does really nice tasting chwee kueh. Its steamed rice cake is soft yet firm, and has light flavours. The chye poh is savoury with a slightly sweet taste, and definitely tastes good.

I like this chwee kueh. Thumbs up!


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