My second time at Hong Kong Street Zhen Ji. It’s famous for the Sliced Fish Hor Fun. The Wok Hei is out of this world. The Hor Fun (flat rice noodles) and Ngor Hiang cost S$23 altogether. My partner thinks this is money well spent compared to food at a cafe which most often costs more. But I feel that at a cafe you’re also paying for the ambience and air conditioning. In terms of the skill of the chef, it’s always a better deal at the hawker centre or coffeeshop, especially the really good ones. This would definitely be on the list for many revisits. I’m sure the other wok items are incredible too and I’m keen to try the sweet sour pork. Pictures posted on Instagram look tempting.
There are very few coffee shops left that use the old style marble top tables. It’s really nice. The kopi here was nice too – not bitter.
Location: 158 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, #01-590, Singapore 560158
Hours: Daily 11am –10:45pm (Sundays they take a break 2.30pm to 5pm & may change on public holidays)