Review: One Punggol Chwee Kueh (Singapore)

One Punggol Chwee Kueh: Chwee Kueh

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One Punggol Chwee Kueh

is a stall serving chwee kueh with slightly sweet and savoury tasting chye poh. Quite likeable.

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One Punggol Chwee Kueh serves chwee kueh with a slightly sweet and savoury tasting chye poh that isn’t way too oily. The rice cake is soft and very slightly springy and has a very mild savoury flavour. Both pairs rather well with each other. Quite likeable.


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