Chee cheong fun, or rice rolls, are popular for breakfast or dim sum. The dish is made with milled rice that is mixed into a batter and then steamed and rolled. From here, there are many options to go. The Hong Kong-style will call for stuffings such as char siew (roasted pork) or prawns before a drizzle of soy sauce-based dressing while the Malaysian type calls for rich sauces that are black and red in colour or curry and laksa in nature. Here, we tell you where to get the best of both kinds of chee cheong fun in Singapore.