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6398 1154
Opening Hours
Today
14:30 - 22:30
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Closed
Tue - Sun
14:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Abalone Noodle Salt Baked Chicken
Review (11)
Level4 2015-05-19
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Lam's Salt Baked chicken is located at the shop houses next to the main road with its Abalone Noodle stall right next to each other.Having tried their noodles, I'm always pondering about the taste of its salted baked chicken as the aroma has filled the corridors and workers are seen preparing the kampong chickens for baking.If not for the recent potluck gathering, I would have totally forgotten about Lam's Salt Baked chicken till I come across their shop again.Nicely packed in a paper bag with foils and wax paper wrapped the aromatic baked chicken. As we tore open the paper, a heady scent of chinese herbs permeates. With its juices yielding to the knife's cut, everyone who in the house rushed in to have their lion's share.Surprisingly, Salt Baked Chicken was succulent in the pool of luscious tonic broth. It's just more than addictive and we simply could not wait to have a bite of it. Though its process includes baking with salt, it was not that salty, not at all. Every bite of meat was accentuated with herbal taste and totally worth every penny we paid for! Recommended!More reviews at www.umakemehungry.com continue reading
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Level2 2014-04-27
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Took away a salt baked kampong chicken - it's amazingly tastely even after a 30 mins drive home. the Chicken is not over cooked and is juicy and well marinated. A little costly for the size ($22 each) but i think it's worth every penny for the cost. Probably enough for 3 onlyHad the abalone noodles, was okay. Had quite a bit of ingredients - minced pork, pork slices, scallop and abalone.Overall - recommended! thumbs up! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-22
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This is the second time we came to Ah Lam's Abalone Soup Stall , 1st was to try the bak chor mee now back to try out Abalone noodles . The stall got ample of seats with simple decor . The abalone noodles come in quite a small serving of noodles with 2pc of small abalone , minced pork meat , etc with chiil and black sauce to stir with The noodles is very soft and qq , the abalone is very chewy and the sauce is spicy and sweet in mix . The minced pork is well cooked and marinated continue reading
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Level3 2013-11-24
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I also ordered their abalone soup to try as their picture is very enticing. However it does not taste as good as how it is advertised. The abalone soup’s serving is also very small, similar to their abalone noodles. The soup is piping hot but the taste is not up to my expectation after the long hours of cooking. It was not flavorful and the fish maw, abalone and scallop are overcooked!! Definitely not worth the price… continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-11
44 views
Located just beside the junction of balestier and race course road, Lam’s Abalone noodle is known for 2 items, the abalone noodles and the salt baked chicken. I came by to eat my usual favorite dish, the $6.50 standard bowl abalone noodles and the $6 braised toufu. The standard noodle bowl comes with one fried fish ball, 1 meatball, 1 abalone stick, carrots, lettuce, lean meat and minced pork. I especially like the braised toufu with its thick starchy sauce and minced pork. I actually like to eat my noodles with the toufu sauce. Some people may find the toufu sauce a little too salty but I like it a lot. Noodle quantity is a bit small though. I keep seeing people eat this small bowl of pig trotter if I’m not wrong, I will try it out next time. continue reading
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