Although we finally get to it here, we did not have enough stomach for other items on the menu. I will like to try out more of their recommended dishes on the menu. Let's make a return trip soon!
If you asked if it is worth the wait, I will nod my head. However, if you are in a rush for time, you may want to seek an alternative from their neighbouring stall. I will very much like to give their braised duck rice a try if I ever get a chance to be back here. Huei Ge's Kway Chap is on the top of my list now.
I finally got around to trying the laziji from Qiu Jin Xiao Chao. It was spicier, saltier, and greasier than I was expecting, and in a good way.
A return visit to Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre for 不见天.
Overall, I find that Yuguo Curry Rice is pretty decent. Though it is not the typical Hainanese Curry Rice, I will still recommend it to those who love Hainanese Curry Rice with generous portions and at an affordable price of less than $10 for two plates above.
One of the Stalls to try if you are Tiong Bahru Food Centre.
Here's the shuizhuniu from Qiu Jin Xiao Chao. It wasn't the spicy, greasy, salty mixture that I was expecting, but was instead more like a smooth beef soup that I still enjoyed.
By Chef Pang Kok Keong. Oily and fragrant, nicely cooked chewy noodles and umami meat filled yong tau foo.
Overall, Scissors Cut Curry Rice is definitely one of the better Hainan Curry rice I have eaten with their gravy being the highlight. If you do have their rice at one of the coffee shops, I do believe the serving size is slightly more generous compared to the one at the mall
OK, I come here a lot. After all, it's cheap, fast, and good. And it is generally healthy, if you don't end up shoveling down multiple bowls of rice with that spicy oil and instead opt for some veggies.