Seafood Paradise Chef Opens Hawker Stall Serving Pao Fan With Soup That Tastes Like Prawn Mee
The towkay of Can’s Classic Pao Fan also makes tasty tobiko prawn balls from scratch.
Pao fan fans, here’s another hawker version for your consideration. After more than a decade cooking at various Seafood Paradise outlets under the popular Chinese restaurant chain Paradise Group, Kenny Chong, 33, has traded in his chef’s whites for the hawker life. Set on the first floor of Golden Mile Food Centre, the unassuming month-old Can’s Classic Pao Fan offers eight types of the trendy rice dish ranging from the most affordable clam option for $5.50 to a best-of-everything signature bowl at $7.50.
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