Review: Famous Tiong Bahru Fried Oyster Omelette (Singapore)

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Famous Tiong Bahru Fried Oyster Omelette

has been around since 1960s selling fried oyster omelette and chee cheong fun, and a couple of other light dishes.


Fried Oyster Omelette

This Fried Oyster Omelette smells really good. Its egg and flour mixture has a nice soft and chewy texture with a light crisp. The crispy parts are really good. It comes with a chilli dipping sauce on the side for you to dip the oysters and fried eggs into. Its taste compliments the oyster omelette very nicely. Smells good, tastes good too.


Chee Cheong Fun

The Chee Cheong Fun is nice. It is not the usual round thick type of chee cheong fun that is normally found in Singapore. Instead it is the flat type of chee cheong fun. This chee cheong fun is velvety smooth. Sweet sauce and chilli are not overpowering and matches this very well. I like it.


Yam Cake

This stall sells pretty good steamed yam cake too. It is nice and soft, cut into small bite size cubes with sweet sauce and chilli added. Pretty good.


Chwee Kueh

This Chwee Kueh uses sweet chye poh instead of the usual salty ones. The steamed rice cake has good texture and the chye poh tastes pretty good. However I find both the rice cake and chye poh on the dry side. A bit more oil will be way better. This chwee kueh is kind of disappointing.


Location: Famous Tiong Bahru Fried Oyster Omelette

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