Review: Jia Ji Mei Shi (Singapore)

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Chinatown Complex Food Centre Singapore

Jia Ji Mei Shi

sells simple food like chee cheong fun, yam cake, fried mee hoon mee, porridge and more.

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Chee Cheong Fun & Yam Cake

The chee cheong fun and yam cake here are quite standard fare. The chee cheong fun is fairly smooth and the yam cake is soft. Both are drenched with soya sauce and oil with sweet sauce and chilli sauce added. Tastes decent.

Fried Noodles

The usual fried mee hoon and fried noodles is found here as well. Shown here is the fried noodles with a fried egg added. This fried noodles has a mild smokey taste to it and contains some bean sprouts. Optional sweet sauce and chilli sauce are added. Tastes quite decent as well.


Jia Ji Mei Shi also offers a small handful of porridge options. Seen here is their chicken porridge. This porridge has shreds of chicken meat in a rather thick and decently smooth porridge with a nice scent of sesame oil. Comes topped with fried shallots, chopped spring onions and pepper. Tastes decent.


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