Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Jian Bo Shui Kueh (楗柏水果) @ Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre

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If you were to ask me for a recommendation at Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre, my first thought will be the Lor Mee and Chwee Kueh. I told the opportunity to visit Lor Mee 178 and Jian Bo Shui Kueh while I was there a couple of weeks back.

There were many mixed reviews on Jian Bo Shui Kueh and most of them noticed that the standard and quality were not the same as previous. They could be right as the original owner has sold the stall to the current owner (accordingly to what I found on the web).

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Chwee Kueh 4/5

The freshly made Chwee Kueh ($1.20/4pc, $1.80/6pc, $2.40/8pc) was soft and firm. The chye poh (turnip filling) was on the darker side which was rather fragrant compared to other stalls. However it was kind of flat without the crunchy texture. The chilli although was mild but I personally felt that it blended very well with the chye poh. Overall I felt that the chwee kueh standard is still way above most of the competitors out there.


Jian Bo Shui Kueh (楗柏水果)
Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre
30 Seng Poh Road
#02-05
Singapore 168898
Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru (EW Line), Outram (EW Line, CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 630am - 1030pm

Direction:
1) Alight at Tiong Bahru MRT station. Take Exit A or B. Head east on Tiong Bahru Road towards Jalan Membina. Walk down Tiong Bahru and turn right onto Kim Pong Road. Turn left onto Lim Liak Street. Walk to destination at the end of the street. Journey time about 10 minutes.

2) Alight at Outram MRT station. Take Exit A or C. Walk to bus stop opposite Outram MRT station (Stop ID 06011). Take bus no. 33, 63, 75, 851 or 970. Alight 1 stop later at Blk 55 Tiong Bahru Road. Walk to destination about 200 meters away. Journey time 8 minutes.

10 comments:

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    1. Ya a lot of people said bedok one nicer. I have yet to try. I shall plan a trip down to try the chwee kueh.

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  2. I would do anything just to have them! It's like a must have whenever I drop by tiong bahru!

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  3. Never try this stall before. But as rubbisheatrubbishgrow said, I also like bedok de!

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    1. Ok looks like I need to check out the Bedok stall.

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    2. Like totally you should!But personally, I still prefer the one at tiong bahru, Loads of fond memories and back then, tiong bahru was like a huge wet market not like now... Cleaner but just feel soo different.

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