Monday, 21 July 2014

Ipoh Anson Chee Cheong Fun

Ipoh Anson Chee Cheong Fun is situated along Changi Road, Singapore. They are popular among diners for their chee cheong fun, because they serve different types, unlike the traditional one, which have soy sauce and sesame only.



Although located among the shophouses, Ipoh Anson Chee Cheong Fun did a pretty simple and cozy interior.



Ipoh Anson Chee Cheong Fun serves not only chee cheong fun, but also several traditional foods such as Ipoh Hor Fun, Century Egg Porridge, Nasi Lemak, as well as some Chinese Pastry. They have an e-Menu, but without prices. Else, click on the picture below for menu with prices :)



Ordered a typical chee cheong fun for a start. Sesame with Soy Sauce Chee Cheong Fun ($2.50).



Then an extraordinary kind, Curry Pig Skin Chee Cheong Fun ($3.80). It has fried beancurd and long beans put together with curry and poured over the chee cheong fun. Curry is creamy and mild spicy, but still acceptable in general.

I had a similar experience in Johor Bahru, where difference is its only plain curry, while the long beans and fish maw are ordered separately.



Ordered a few sides as chee cheong fun seems too little to satisfy our breakfast craving!

Yam Cake ($1.30) for a squarish piece.



Yong Tau Foo ($0.70 per piece). Minimum order is 7 pieces, and items are fixed by them. We didn't know what to expect, but when it came, my thought was "Hmm... Ok.."



Salted Egg Meat Ball ($5.80) for one big serving, in comparison with normal-sized fishball. Taste like "Ngoh Hiang" but shaped in a ball, and with salted egg yolk stuff inside. It also has bits of chestnut to create the crunchy feel besides the fried outer. I wouldn't say it is extremely nice, but something unique and worth a shot.



I also bought home a few pieces of their Kaya Puff ($1.20 per piece) for my family. I tried one and found it pretty good, except that kaya taste is a little too sweet. Ok for me, but too sweet for the elders.

Generally, the food is on an average scale, without anything to rush over for. But if you are around the area, or interestingly wanted to try the special types of chee cheong fun, hardly found elsewhere, Ipoh Anson Chee Cheong Fun is worth a visit.

I have tried making chee cheong fun on my own before, and I would say it's a passable mark. Read here if you would like to try out on your own, and make your own creation :)

Ipoh Anson Chee Cheong Fun

324P Changi Road
Singapore 419799

Tel: (65) 6345 9689

Opening Hours
Mon - Sun: 0700 - 1800 hours

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