Who shares about Chup Chye Peng (Mixed Vegetables Rice)?! ME @iEatTravel.com!!
Why? Because it looks normal but tastes so good and i bet you’ll need to queue up at least for 15mins during the peak periods. Sometimes I just wanna make my queuing more worth it by ordering a few more packs of rices!
A clear line of hungry patrons drilling as constantly popping their heads out trying to get a good view of whats available for the day. I was introduced to this stall by a close friend of mine when we decided to have our dinner before our usual Futsal session. Ever since then, whenever I am around the area, I’ll join in the queue for a big pack of Chup Chye Peng at Kovan Hawker Centre.
A group of aunties serving you and most prominently, a lady with a deformed hand using a pair of scissors, picking up the food, cutting them into smaller pieces easier for you to eat. The variety might not be as much as some of the other stalls but I can guarantee you that majority of them tastes really yummy!
Some of my favourites: fried egg omelette, eggplant with shallots, a variety of Yong Tau Foo, curry vegetables, Sambal long beans, fried fish, prawn rolls and a must have, chicken cutlets! then you ask for a good ladleful or curry onto your rice and my dinner is complete!
My pictures of the food might look like a cluster of dark foods but please don't be fooled by it. you have to come try it out and tell me that this will not be the last time you’re going to patronised this stall. the only setback? Long queues during peak hours and if you’re planning to have it there, its non air-conditioned.
Give it a try and share with me which are the dishes that you love!