I came into King of Pao Fan with sky-high expectations because of their credentials.
The stock, which was the heart of the pao fan, was seafoody and crustaceany without being overly rich. It thus retained a light and refreshing taste, on top of the unmistakable fact that this was a seafood soup. The addition of the rice crispies and fried egg added texture, flavour and some richness, and the lobster was quite good – clearly fresh since the meat was fall off the shell, sweet and tasty, and bouncy and qq.
Just in case you think I am getting forgetful, I am fully aware that I had blogged about the Vegetarian Thunder Tea Rice from Temple Street...
The third generation are working hard to preserve Uncle Teo's legacy. Let us give them a little support and compliments to keep them going so we could continue to have a superb bowl of heritage lor mee for generations to come.
All in all, the taste was kind of similar but nothing close to what we used to have before in the uncle's stall.
In my view, the bowl of lor mee is good but fall short of the standard we used to know.
Worth the queue, worth the calories, worth getting out early from the house for.
Each bowl of noodles was $4(for both dry and soup versions). If I’m ever craving for fishball noodles, I’ll come here.
To conclude, this is worth a try! Priced at $3.50, you get 6 pieces of fishballs along with noodles.
I find the food here decent at best. Although it did not impressed me in the taste department, what is worth mentioning is how the stall managed to keep prices affordable for the elderlies in the neighborhood all these years.
I find the food here decent at best.
The chilli is on point, similar to the one at 88 Roast. Blended with fried Ikan Billis and fermented bean paste.
I find the usual Chinese curry too runny, not spicy enough and had too much coconut milk for my liking. For me, curry should be thick, spicy and a little sticky.
Very good full-bodied and spicy sweet savoury curry, made up of 4 different curries or sauces, forming a symphony of flavours, such that the flavours of everything else didn’t matter so much anymore.
The curry here ticks all the boxes for me.
All in our party enjoyed the lunch at Westlake today.
The two main dishes turned out to be the best dishes of the day. The black pepper pork ribs tasted great. They were cut into thin slices and thus were soft and easy to eat. The gravy was very good as well.
A piping hot bowl of porridge for breakfast on a chilling morning seems just right so, I ordered a bowl to try as well. Served with a dash of pepper and deep fried crispy bee hoon, the porridge more than satisfies. Needless to say, this is what I enjoyed the most out of the three items I have tried.
We noticed some good looking hummus and eggplant sitting in the countertop's glass case at Artichoke, so we grabbed a plate of each, along with other tasty treats like their white beans and fennel as well as a smoked falafel salad.
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best dish for me was the chilli crab…sauce & bun good..crab acceptable quality