Cheong Fun anyone?
Looking for a commendable version of this great dish I thrilled on at the Singapore and Malaysia hawker centers.
how was it served? there are two street carts i know of that serve cheong fun (rolled rice noodle / crepe) steamed with a soy, peanut, hot sauce. on the corner of east broadway by the food market and on grand & bowery.
There's a guy i think on hester and elizabeth next to the supermarket that used to make it fresh. He'd pour the cheong fun batter on a griddle and heat it up. Very tasty. Not sure if he's still around.
Otherwise u can stick to the other carts. I usually add meats to my cheong fun. Curry fish balls or curry squid or beef stew.
XO kitchen on hester also serves it with spare ribs and a variety of meats. The carts are cheaper.