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  • 1 Review on “Tian Jin Fong Kee”

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    • Foodie Queen Post author
      7 months ago

      I had the dough skin soup and guo tie (fried dumplings), which reminds me of mee hoon kueh. The dough skin was much softer and nicer than the usual mee hoon kueh, but the soup was somewhat bland. I asked for chilli padi and light sauce, hoping to make the soup tastier, but they don’t serve these condiments as they are not part of authentic Tianjin cuisine.

      The fried dumplings were average tasty, crunchy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Though it was pretty tasty, I’ve tasted better guo tie from other stalls. A little underwhelmed by my experience.

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