It was dinnertime and I was out with my friend at Vivocity, so we decided to drop by The Asian Kitchen for dinner since we were alrdy both hungry. It was still early, about 6pm, so there wasnt a queue or crowd when we reached there.
We were given a menu to share and after some time, I decided to go for what I liked best frm this place, a plate of simple fried rice. My fren wanted someting spicy, and as the soft shell crab la mian was the only thing listed on the menu as spicy, he decided to go with that.
The time for the food to come was pretty slow, about 20minutes, although there wasnt alot of ppl in the restaurant. My fried rice came 1st, and it smelt really nice. Smoke could be seen rising frm the plate of rice too.
Waited quite a while longer before my fren's noodles came (may b becos the noodles were hand-made and made immediately after order, which is why the long wait). Tried his noodles and they were really springy. The soup base was not spicy as advertised though, it was very sour. (Tom Yam) I also pinched a little of his soft shell crab, but they were abit soggy after being soaked in the soup, but were still to my liking as I love soft shell crab.
For my fried rice, it had alot of luncheon meat all over, eggs, and mixed vegetables commonly found in fried rice. I took out the carrots, which I alwys do as I didnt like the carrots frm mixed veg (they were hard). The luncheon meat, when eaten tgt with the rice, was simply very nice. It was a simple yet able to satisfy me food.
There were so many cubes of luncheon meat that even after I finished my fried rice, there were still some leftover. Haha.
Overall, nice yet simple dinner I had, but a very satisfying one indeed.