24 Mar '14, 8am

Top five tze char restaurants in Chinatown

| Many know Tong Ah for its perfectly crisp kaya toast ($1.40), half-boiled eggs ($1.20) and coffee ($1.30) – all of which were had been featured in New York Times. But ask for their menu and you will be amazed by the great variety of tze char dishes churned out at their back kitchen. Coffee pork ribs (small $10, medium $12, large $15) has a kopi-o (coffee) -like glaze; crispy on the outside and fork tender and fatty inside. The same goes for the claypot fragrance chicken ($10/$12/$15) – crisp, juicy and sweet, but with extra kick of dried chillies. A unique dish that is not listed in their menu is the salted egg yolk string beans ($10/$12/$15): each string bean is coated in salted egg yolk batter and stir-fried with curry leaves, rendering the beans lightly crisp on the outside an meltingly tender on the inside. Tong Ah has recently moved from its previously iconic triang...

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