Cze Char

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Cze Char

Postby VitoRelax » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:45 am

Anyone can recommend where is the best Cze Char stall ?

Thanks

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Re: Cze Char

Postby hmsg » Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:16 am

VitoRelax wrote:Anyone can recommend where is the best Cze Char stall ?

Thanks


Not sure if there is a best...

But I always go to the one at Upper Thomson, same row as the Casuarina prata show, which are located at the both ends (one end is prata, the other is this cze char).

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Postby Guest » Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:26 am

I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

They have lovely 干炒河粉, 虾酱鸡, 红烧豆腐,竹蚌。。。。
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Postby Blobbi » Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:54 am

ks2me wrote:I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

They have lovely 干炒河粉, 虾酱鸡, 红烧豆腐,竹蚌。。。。


Tks for the reminder!! Yes, went there before, yums!!

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Postby Guest » Sat Jan 02, 2010 12:15 pm

Blobbi wrote:
ks2me wrote:I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

They have lovely 干炒河粉, 虾酱鸡, 红烧豆腐,竹蚌。。。。


Tks for the reminder!! Yes, went there before, yums!!


:celebrate: Looks like we have similar taste buds. :D
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Postby guqin » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:30 pm

I believe you are referring to 新海山 (Xin Hai Shan).

ks2me wrote:I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

They have lovely 干炒河粉, 虾酱鸡, 红烧豆腐,竹蚌。。。。

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Postby VitoRelax » Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:27 pm

ks2me wrote:I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

Where exactly is that ?

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Re: Cze Char

Postby VitoRelax » Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:28 pm

hmsg wrote:
VitoRelax wrote:Anyone can recommend where is the best Cze Char stall ?

Thanks


Not sure if there is a best...

But I always go to the one at Upper Thomson, same row as the Casuarina prata show, which are located at the both ends (one end is prata, the other is this cze char).

what dish you usually order ?

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Postby Guest » Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:25 am

guqin wrote:I believe you are referring to 新海山 (Xin Hai Shan).

ks2me wrote:I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

They have lovely 干炒河粉, 虾酱鸡, 红烧豆腐,竹蚌。。。。


Sounds right but I cannot be sure...next time I go, I will try to confirm. :wink:
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Postby Guest » Sun Jan 03, 2010 12:30 am

VitoRelax wrote:
ks2me wrote:I like the one at Tiong Bahru, behind the bus-stop, they have all their chairs and tables laid along an alley. I never get to find out its name since I already know the place so well. :lol:

Where exactly is that ?


I found from this map: http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_tra ... iong+Bahru

Behind this Bus Stop: B06051
Block 55
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