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When we last reviewed Malaysian-born Thoo Chang Wei’s then-newly-opened Chef Wei HK Cheong Fun (within a happening kopitiam in Bedok Central), it had already been drawing unrelenting queues, with an hour-long wait at its peak. Now, he’s expanding with two new outlets in quick succession: within a kopitiam in Clementi that opened its doors on September 7 (pictured above, again attracting queues about “eight people'' deep as seen on the brand’s socials, around 20 minutes long), as well as another outpost at a coffeeshop in Bukit Panjang which will begin operations on September 21.

Both outlets, fully owned by the ex-head dim sum chef at Peach Garden Hotel Miramar, will serve the chef’s four varieties of Hong Kong-style chee cheong fun — Plain Cheong Fun ($3), Char Siew Cheong Fun ($4), Mushroom Cheong Fun ($4) and Prawn Cheong Fun ($5) — at the same price points as at his Bedok stall.

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