Late-Night Bugis Cafe Serves Delish ‘Creamy’ Chee Cheong Fun With Bak Kwa
This obscure eatery also offers one of the best chendols we have tried in Singapore.
One would usually associate cream sauce with pasta and not… chee cheong fun. So we were surprised to find this pairing at a hidden gem cafe in Singapore.
Called Yat Ka Yan (Cantonese for ‘one family’), the unfussy cafe is tucked away within gritty Fortune Centre at Middle Road. It specialises in tong shui, serving a large selection of both hot and cold Chinese-style desserts, and is open till 10pm on weekdays and 11pm on weekends.
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