Heng Heng Cooked Food

Like Li Chang, this stall has been around since 1985 when I moved in at 11 years old and was in first half of Primary 5.

Of the regular customers I queued with told me that the husband owner used to be his cooking apprentice as a child during their Punggol days.

And his cooking expertise – along with his wife – clearly showed in the taste I got from both his laksa and prawn mee boon.

Heng Heng Cooked Food

Despite laksa being popular with most customers, I personally prefer prawn mee and mee boon for age and health reasons.

I ate laksa occasionally. 

For prawn noodles, you have a choice of yellow thick and thin noodles, kuay teow and bee hoon which has been my only choice so far for last 20 years of eating

And they come with generous servings of sambal chilli.

Heng Heng Cooked Food

For laksa, it is an assortment of your choice noodles, kuay teow and mee boon again with clams, fishcakes, bean sprouts and prawns filled with thick gravy and additional sambal chilli spice.

Come 11pm, the queue will start and grow longer until 2pm on weekdays and weekends.

DIY Chinese Food

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