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Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Rong Cheng Delight

We are revisiting another stall that was 5 years apart. We were glad that there are still many familiar stalls in the Hawker Centre after so many years of consideration of the pandemic too. The signboard of Rong Cheng Delight has never changed since then.

Stall of Rong Cheng Delight

Torn between the sweet and sour pork with the Pork Ribs, we decided on the latter. We started off our meal with Pork Ribs on our plate of pork ribs. The pork ribs were well fried and evenly coated with the sweet savoury sauce. 

Pork Ribs - $10

This is absolutely one of the dishes that I had missed a lot from Rong Cheng Delight. The mixture of chilli, onion, tomato sauce and eggs sauce topped with Chinese parsley made the fresh Crayfish taste so yummy. 

Sambal Crayfish - $30

The Stirred Fried Nai Bai was well executed with minced garlic as well as some enoki mushroom. 

Nai Bai - $8

Their Cai Poh Fish head has been always on my mind. The steaming cooking style of the fish brings out the freshness of the fish while the generous amount of fried Cai Poh, cut spring onions and chilli simply elevated the taste of the dish.

Cai Poh Fish - $25

The culinary skills and standard of Rong Cheng Delight are pretty well maintained. Perhaps this is also one of the reasons why the regulars keep coming back for their food. 

Steamed Fish

During the peak hours, we waited about 15 - 30 minutes for our dish to be served. No doubt that we were quite hungry during our wait, but we still reserve our stomach spaces for the meal and tried not to order bites from other stalls. 

Posted 23rd October 2017

Rong Cheng Delight is located in the same row as Ron Sheng Fish Head Bee Hoon in Jurong East. Having spotted Rong Cheng Delight ever since I had its neighbour Fish Head Bee Hoon, we always have such plan to dine there after seeing so many plates of Cai Po Fish Head doles out from their kitchen. However, it was always tough to order Cze Char with just 2 pax.

Rong Cheng Delight
We were going to the near by Famous Fish Cze Char, unfortunately it was closed for the day and we had decided Rong Cheng Delight as an alternative.

The Cai Po Fish Head did impress. Fish head was fresh and heavily covered with cut spring onions, chilli and Chai Po (Preserved vegetable bits) in sweet gravy. If you are thinking that the dish will be salty because of the generous use of Chai Po, this isnt the case here. Reversely, I find the dish tantalizing and ends with a great sweet frehness note.

Cai Po Fish Head - $28

Fresh and yummy, these Crayfish were cook in the style of local chilli crab with eggs in tomato & chilli based gravy that was so addictive. Believe me, you just won't leave your bowl of rice plain without scooping the delicious gravy back onto your bowl. We had 3 big crayfish and these meat were tender and went easy to de-shell with the forks.

Sambal Crayfish - $26

Not the usual Dou Miao I had that was in little stalks. This was the bigger version of Dou Miao and was stirred fried with minced garlic.

Dou Miao - $8

Awesome minced meat egg we had! Love its fluffiness and adequate amount of meat stuffing in it. Though egg is a common home cook dish, once a while we will still order this as we will never get such texture of egg if we do it at home. Cze Char Stall's egg has always been much better as they have a better wok and flame power to achieve such delicious fluffy egg.

Minced Meat Egg - $8
No doubt about them being reputable and popular in the Market. If Zai Shun is closed, Rong Cheng Delight can be a good alternative if you want to have some "Fishy Eats".

Rating: 3.5 / 5

Rong Cheng Delight
Location:  Yuhua Village Market & Food Centre, Blk 254 Jurong East Street 24, #01-45, Singapore 600254

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