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Lao Zhong Zhong Fine Spice Stall 老中中餐室五香酥虾饼

Asian, Chinese, Local, Snacks

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12 votes

Daily: 11:30 - 23:30

Closed: Alt Mon

$4 based on 9 reviews
Located along Tai Thong Crescent, this stall is famous for their ngoh hiang. See what foodies like this place for
makan kaki • 09 Oct 201212 reviews 6 followers

Zhong Zhong is an institution in Singapore for Ngoh Hiong. And it deserves all the praise it gets.
 
For one, it is damn cheap. Seriously. I have eaten Ngor Hiong in many places in Singapore and i have never eaten anywhere that is cheaper than this.
 
Second, it is so damn good! Not only is it the cheapest, it definitely is one of the best. And every pick is so fresh. I love their tau kwa! So tender...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Lunch5 votes
  • Cheap Eat/Budget4 votes
  • Children/Family4 votes
  • Dinner4 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy4 votes
  • After Work3 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining3 votes
  • Chillout3 votes
  • Supper3 votes

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What others are saying...

makan kaki • 09 Oct 201212 reviews 6 followers

Zhong Zhong is an institution in Singapore for Ngoh Hiong. And it deserves all the praise it gets.
 
For one, it is damn cheap. Seriously. I have eaten Ngor Hiong in many places in Singapore and i have never eaten anywhere that is cheaper than this.
 
Second, it is so damn good! Not only is it the cheapest, it definitely is one of the best. And every pick is so fresh. I love their tau kwa! So tender...

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cameron merced • 04 Jul 20122 reviews 0 followers

Lots of tasty food at this stall.

Must try.

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Sihan Lee • 08 May 2011234 reviews 40 followers

Contained within an 'all-stars' coffee shops sharing the limelight with and old whitley road porridge store and a jackson kopitiam bak chor mee store is the lao zhong zhong five spice stall with equally outstanding and long-running accolades.
 
We were all eager to try its offerings after observing that it was habitual for most of the coffee shop habitants to order side orders, such as noodles and porridge as accompaniment to their wu xiang.
 
Vouching for their long...

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