Known for their rich flavor given the high salinity of the Red Sea, the red prawns exhibited fresh crunchiness with a deep, endearing sweetness. p.s. I always eat prawns with their shells as I am lazy to peel them and it's extra calcium for the body.
Alexandra Village Food Centre welcomes Chef Goo, a seafood-centric stall that offers Hokkien mee and crab meat fried rice! Read more.
Chef Goo’s rich and heady pork and seafood broths make its dishes stand out from its counterparts. While there were some hits and misses, overall I really enjoyed the Hokkien mee and pork leg bee hoon. It’s worth a visit if you’re in the area, but I wouldn’t travel all the way just for their fried rice or pao fan.
They're open early for breakfast and have a bunch of other items as well commonly found in economical noodle and cai png stalls.
Yes it certainly did. Tasted much like it as well at half what Din Tai Fung charges.
Great to see the next generation taking a heritage brand and continuing its legacy!
A dish at Din Tai Fung that’s universally loved is their egg fried rice—made better if it’s topped with shrimps or a pork cutlet, doubly so if you can get it for cheap.
I ended up waiting nearly an hour, and I didn't like the food either, mainly because the rice was mushy and not smoky enough. Worse, the prawns weren't fresh and the sambal option was unnecessary.
Well, if you don't mind spending more for better taste, I will say don't waste your time joining the queue. If you are looking for cheaper alternative DTF kind of fried rice, King of Fried Rice maybe of a better choice.
What I said about their ba chor mee the last times till stands. Nothing has changed about how I felt about their bowl.