Review: Kovan Chwee Kueh (Singapore)



Bendemeer Food Centre Singapore

Kovan Chwee Kueh

serves chwee kueh that isn’t oily and not overly salty. Quite decent.


Chwee Kueh

Kovan Chwee Kueh serves chwee kueh that isn’t oily. Its rice cake has a fairly firm texture. The chye poh isn’t overly salty either, and it has a slight tint of sweet. The only downside is that the serving of chye poh is a bit little. Nevertheless, This chwee kueh is quite a decent one.


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