This stall has been around for about 60 years, started by the Grandmother of the current owner. Their signature dishes are Beef Horfun, Sang Mee, Steamed Fish Head and also Fish Head Bee Hoon, they are amongst one of the oldest stalls that have been serving this dish for decades.
Sang Mee, which is also known as Crispy Noodles, is one of my favorite dishes that i will always order at Cze Cha stalls. It is actually a plate of deep-fried crispy noodles that is usually served with sliced beef, sliced fish or purely seafood.
This stall serves one of the best and crispiest Sang Mee that i have ever came across. It still has its crispiness intact even though it is served in a pool of sauce. To start eating, you have to first press down those crispy noodles to let it soak up the sauce to soften it. Even so, it still have a slight crispiness even after left it there for a while. Those sliced beef are lightly marinated and cooked to a perfect tenderness with a desired chewiness. I would like to place it on top of the noodles and eat it together in a mouthful. Such a traditional taste is just so delightful.
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Block 335 Smith Street #02-193/194 Chinatown Complex Food Centre SINGAPORE 050335
Operating Hours: 10.30 am to 2.30 pm / 4.30 pm to 10.30 pm (Closed on Wednesdays)