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Telephone
6334 0268
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 18:00
Mon - Sat
08:00 - 18:00
Sun
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*Closed on alternate Sunday
Signature Dishes
Char Siew Rice Laksa Roasted Delights
Review (8)
Level4 2014-12-05
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Tried the Roast chicken with roast pork at $4 with their dumpling soup at $4. The roast chicken did not have the roasted fragrance but was tender enough for chicken breast. The roast pork, as usual, was leaner than the fatty roast pork but was a tad dry. Their dumpling soup had a layer of oil on the surface and the soup tasted like it was flavoured with artificial flavourings (msg). There are 6 dumplings in total and fillings include black fungus, minced meat and a shrimp. It did not make me want to have more though. They tasted average and not worth trying. Overall, this was a really filling meal! continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-21
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Alex’s Eating House was introduced by a colleague of mine claiming it offers one of best roasted meat in Singapore. When we reached at 12.40pm, it was packed with hungry diners. We finally got a table after waiting for about 10 minutes. I ordered a Char Siew Roasted Pork combination. I was amazed by the amount of large pieces of meat at only $4. The Char Siew is well-marinated, sweet and slightly charred. The roasted pork is crispy and the meat is savory. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-30
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At $4. This seemed a little steep.This was a takeout for dinner.Mum grabbed me some roasted pork and roasted triple layered pork for dinner.That was a LOT of meat and not enough rice!Or so it felt.For $4 this was pretty value for money if you were the carnivorous type.The charsiew was thick cuts and well marinated.Not overly sweet, you could taste the distinct taste of barbecued meat.The roasted pork was not all that fatty but it could do with a crisp top layer.Now I've yet to try their roast duck.I've seen those silvers of roasted duck skin.Pure indulgence. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-01
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Prior to my post on Alex Eating House, I have not heard of this place. It was only when I googled this place online, then did I know that Alex Eating House is famous. It is known for its char siew and sio bak(roasted pork) . Well, enough say about track record or what is being said, here’s my post.Alex’s Eating Place is located at Beach Road, opposite Shaw Towers. The eatery was packed during lunch time. Full house, every single table was occupied and there were other people waiting. It can be hard to grab the attention of any of them to take your order or to even ask for the bill.Ordered Roasted Duck and Char Siew Rice. It cost either $3.50 or $4.00. The Char Siew was not bad, however it was a bit too dry and as can be seen, each piece was way too thick. The Roasted Duck had the same problem, each piece was ‘huge’. Moreover, there was little meat with lots of fat. Rice was hard. At the side of the plate there is cabbage which was so so. Really nothing fantastic. Well it was value for money. Oh, my friend ordered lotus soup, it cost just $1.50! cheap!The Char Siew Dumpling Noodle was much better. The noodle was well cooked, springy and has absorbed all the sauce. This time, the Char Siew was much better but could have been softer. The dumpling was good. Its skin was soft and thin. The filling inside though small was delicious. MSG ladened soup.Will not be back anytime soon as the food is average. If I do come back, I will go for the Roasted Pork (sio bak). Detailed review: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2012/04/alex-eating-house-beach-road.html continue reading
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Level3 2011-10-30
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After finished my project, my friends and I decided to go to Bugis to try this restaurant famed with its char siew and it is quite good here although by around 2 pm, it was a little dry. However, the sauce is very good and definitely one of the better around. The sio bak was ok only, as the skin is not crispy enough, even though the meat's flavour was still flavourful. continue reading
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