Review: Snow Mount Chwee Kueh (Singapore)



Clementi 448 Food Centre Singapore

Snow Mount Chwee Kueh

sells average tasting chwee kueh that is kind of bland and dry.

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Chwee Kueh

Snow Mount Chwee Kueh is just an ordinary tasting chwee kueh. In fact, I am quite surprised that its chye poh tastes kind of bland with just a light salty taste and no sweetness. It is overly dry as well. A bit more oil would probably make this better. This is just plain average.


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