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Smooth and Springy

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We had peanut porridge ($2), and chee cheong fun + steamed yam cake combo ($2) from Jia Ji Mei Shi or better known as “Photographic Photogenic Memory Delicacies.”

I’ve eaten here a few times by default but I haven’t really tasted it properly until now. The peanut porridge was smooth, but I didn’t like it; I thought it was bland. But thechee cheong fun was very fun fun fun! And so was the yam cake. They are both very smooth. The chili wasn’t potent but had a kick. I especially like the yam cake. Its “yam”-ness isn’t very strong, but it’s springy and soft at the same time. Quite a winner.

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• 11 Jul 2011 • 375 reviews • 31 followers

Smooth and Springy

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For photos, please visit Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow.

We had peanut porridge ($2), and chee cheong fun + steamed yam cake combo ($2) from Jia Ji Mei Shi or better known as “Photographic Photogenic Memory Delicacies.”

I’ve eaten here a few times by default but I haven’t really tasted it properly until now. The peanut porridge was smooth, but I didn’t like it; I thought it was bland. But thechee cheong fun was very fun fun fun! And so was the yam cake. They are both very smooth. The chili wasn’t potent but had a kick. I especially like the yam cake. Its “yam”-ness isn’t very strong, but it’s springy and soft at the same time. Quite a winner.
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• 18 Mar 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not a place for Fine Diner

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A place that serves authentic Chinese snacks almost round

the clock. Value for money. Must Try!

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