Welcome to Far East Plaza! Here, lots of hidden gems await, especially on the upper floors. If you go to the fourth floor, you will find this cosy little outfit at #04-08, where a friendly auntie will take your order at a little booth.

I tried the Mee Hoon Kueh that day, which was $4.50 and very delicious. Go ahead to ask for spice because it ain’t that spicy.

I also ordered a plum juice that was very natural and very refreshing.

My friend ordered the soup version of the Mee Hoon Kueh, which she claims is really nice.

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This was my dry Mee Hoon Kueh below. Very yummy and smacking delicious!

At the corner of my eye I spotted some dumplings, both fried and non-fried. I decided to get four each. It’s 80 cents apiece. I felt that the fried ones were nicer, though the amount of meat was also pretty disappointing. The non-fried ones were kind of meek and totally disappointing.

Greenview Cafe
Far East Plaza #04-08
14 Scotts Rd
Singapore 228213

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