In an almost deserted industrial estate in Changi North Street 1, I was surprised to find a cze char (Chinese cooked food) stall that was open on a dark and rainy Saturday night. That was more than 6 months ago when a friend brought me there for dinner. From then on, Shi De Bao Cooked Food became my favorite cze char stall in Singapore.
I tried to do a Google search for Shi De Bao Cooked Food but there was none. The exact address, which I noted on my subsequent visit, is Mil-Com Group, 11 Changi North Street 1.
Of all the delicious Chinese cuisine served, I love the pomfret fish head steamboat most. Concentrated with the irresistable sweetness of fish with a subtle tinge of herbs, the mouthwatering soup is the most flavorful of all fish head steamboat that I have tasted in Singapore. The thick slices of pomfret are extremely fresh and delightfully tasty. For only $30, the pomfret fish head steamboat can serve up to 6 persons satisfactorily.
The second dish that I recommend from Shi De Bao is the Thai style pork leg. This exquisite dish is an enormous fried pork leg with a crispy and fragrant outer layer and tender meat that is filled with a kaleidoscope of flavours, ranging from sweet and sour to salty and spicy.
The prawn paste chicken is another dish that you must definitely try. Well-marinated and expertly fried, the crispy chicken drumsticks and wings are fingerlicking good.
The delicious prawn omelette comes in generous portion scattered with fresh prawns.
The sambal kang kong is spicy and savory and goes very well with the rice.
In my opinion, Shi De Bao Cooked Food is the best cze char stall in Singapore. Despite the superior culinary standard of the dishes, the prices are however cheap and reasonable. For the sumptuous dinner above, I only paid $70 inclusive of drinks for 6 persons. If you are a cze char lover, do find your way to Changi North Street 1 and try this fantastic cze char today.
Shi De Bao Cooked Food
11 Changi North St 1