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Yuan 69 Prawn Crackers serves various selections of ngo hiang pieces. Above is their water chestnut cake,, crispy prawn cracker, ngo hiang, otah roll and handmade fish cake.
The water chestnut cake is crispy outside and soft inside, tastes decent. The prawn cracker is crispy with tiny crispy shrimps and tastes decent too. The ngo hiang is crispy outside and has soft meaty bits inside with hints of yam flavours and crunchy water chestnut bits. The otah roll is firm with a mild crisp outside, nice flavours with a slight note of spicy. As for the handmade fish cake, it is firm and spicy with nice savoury flavours and a lightly crispy skin. The ngo hiang pieces are served with a bowl of slightly limey and slight sweet tasting chilli sauce with grated peanuts, and a bowl of starchy sweet sauce.
This ngo hiang is a rather decent and likeable.
Fried Mee Hoon
The fried mee hoon has a nice dry texture with a mild hint of sweet. Contains some bean sprouts. It is rather likeable, though the portions are kind of small.
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Yuan 69 Prawn Crackers