Repairing broken "self levelling" screed flooring

Hi all,

Recently had a flood in the kitchen and had to get up the vinyl floor covering which will need replacing. The original "self levelling" materialathat was poured over the original concrete flooring has lifted in a couple of places leaving "patches/holes" which I will need to fill prior to laying new vinyl flooring. Does anybody know the best material to use to fill in these small patches? (the self levelling layer is only a mm or 2 thick). It needs to have a good bond to the exisitng concrete base layer and be fairly robust to withstand being walked on. (I was wondering if floor tile cement may be OK?)
Many thanks for any input.
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