The noodles and all components continued to be good. The sauce was addictive, with some pork lard and sweet prawn flavour, while the noodles were really qq. The pork belly was especially tender and unctuous. The only drawback was the onsen egg, which was a bit too watery and flavourless. And I missed the prawn wrapped with potato strips. But otherwise still very good and nice.
A Noodle Story Despite being tucked away quite literally in a tiny, inconspicuous corner of Amoy Street Food Centre, multiple Miche...
I enjoyed A Noodle Story's deliciously bold re-interpretation of wanton mee and ramen.
Rayyan’s Waroeng Upnormal Rayyan’s Waroeng Upnormal has gone off the reservation even if only partially; like many dogged fusion ...
Taking advantage of a staycation at Singapore’s central business district, we decided to check out Amoy Street Food Centre, which re-opened ...
I could see why; it was crispy and tasty on the outside and moist and tender on the inside. But I'm not likely to go back, as the sambal was sweet. So was that crunchy topping on the rice, as well as the salad dressing. I mean, I still ate most of it, but I prefer sambal that isn't sweet.
Recommended by Johor Kaki, and many others before him. The noodles were soft and the sauce was really plentiful, flavourful and strong without being overwhelming – ketchup sweet, vinegary, savoury and lardy. Sweeter and more tangy than many others. The fishballs were standard springy ones with good fish flavour, minced pork fresh and savoury, liver crunchy, mushrooms juicy and earthy. The soup was also porky, rich and tasty. Nice.
A nice traditional comfort meal at an affordable price in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District.
I liked it. The mee pok had a nice texture and were well tossed that it didn't clump together.
Interestingly, unlike some fish soups from other stalls, my tummy didn't feel that this was a heavy, burp-inducive meal. It was satisfying and i can imagine craving for the fish and prawn soup from Piao Ji Fish Porridge on a rainy day.
I felt that for the quality and quantity, the price paid for was reasonable.
The stall doesn't offer any options for fried fish slices. Just freshly broiled in soup.
If you are used to those rich and milky fish soup, you would find their clear, perhaps plain.
Perhaps it’s because my expectations were too high, or maybe it’s because I know I can simply visit the nearby Mr Batang Fish or Piao Ji Fish Porridge stall for a similar fish soup dish (without queuing for half an hour or more).
Overall, Spice & Rice brings a fresh take on a dish that we already know all too well.
We went on a Sunday to have lunch and that was probably the last Sunday that they will stay open. They have recently announced on their Face...
The nasi lemak at Spice & Rice is slightly pricier than what you might expect at a hawker centre, but I find myself willing to pay that little bit extra for the generous portions, and quality of the food here.
Grab a variety of bowls to share, so you can have the best of everything! We really enjoyed the steaming hot dishes that are cooked a la minute by the friendly couple.
I’m not one who believes in waiting for food, ‘cause ain’t nobody’s rumbling belly got time for that. But with Pepper Bowl’s tasty bowls of carbs and meat, you might just spot me in the lunch queue someday, with one hand holding my grumbling tummy and the other impatiently scrolling through Instagram.