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Hiang Kee Kampong Flavour

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Located in Geylang Bahru Market and Food Centre on Geylang Bahru, Hiang Kee Kampong Flavour serve chinese cuisine.
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For some reason this review might seem 'fake' due to all the 5 star ratings being given out, but please trust me, I can't stress enough just how good the food was, as well as the cheerful folks that are paired up along with the shop. They took care of us (me and my friends) when we visited for the very first time. Trying to rack up dishes on the house, afraid that we don't have enough food to go about, just like caring for their own kids the same. Do try out anything you feel like, especially the fish head curry, 'rou gu', and the 'ganggong'.

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Personal Experience!

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For some reason this review might seem 'fake' due to all the 5 star ratings being given out, but please trust me, I can't stress enough just how good the food was, as well as the cheerful folks that are paired up along with the shop. They took care of us (me and my friends) when we visited for the very first time. Trying to rack up dishes on the house, afraid that we don't have enough food to go about, just like caring for their own kids the same. Do try out anything you feel like, especially the fish head curry, 'rou gu', and the 'ganggong'.
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Value
Ambience
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