Recommended by Miss Tam Chiak. Seriously popular claypot rice, requiring a 40 minute wait. All the ingredients had good flavours – the sausage and bacon were sweet, savoury and intense with a mild bite, the minced salted fish provided a very nice flavour lift, the rice was lightly savoury with crispy bits and the chicken well marinated, tender and juicy.
For the heaping amounts of ingredients in their claypot rice, Guang Dong Sha Bao Fan’s offerings are very reasonably priced. They certainly make an affordable and quick lunch option, especially for the nearby office crowd.
Again not a bad fried rice, fluffy and moist, with a good eggy flavour. The taste was of the fried rice was a bit monotonous though – I couldn’t finish all of it. The prawns were nice and bouncy and sweet, but the pork chop was a tad salty, with a bit of a one dimensional flavour, although tender.
Tucked away in Beo Crescent Food Centre, Chef Wang Fried Rice serves up delicious plates of egg and sambal fried rice with a twist!
Been heading back ever since. Make sure you order the dishes and have them all served on a single plate, rather than separate them. Curry rice is always best enjoyed when it gets a little messy.
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.
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.
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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.