Established in 1973, this stall serves only two things: hot and cold cheng tng. But the folks here do it faultlessly. The cold version has just the right amount of ice to keep it refreshing without diluting the taste – though at a slightly pricey $3 a bowl, it’s speckled with plenty of ingredients. Besides the usual suspects of dried longan and white fungus, you’ll bite into the occasional strip of candied melon and even sweet potato.
Ye Lai Xiang Hot and Cold Cheng Tng
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