Review: Kovan Chwee Kueh (Singapore)

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Kovan Chwee Kueh

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

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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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