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Arriving by Public Bus: SBS Transit – 30, 79, 154, 157, 174, 174e, 179, 179A, 181, 182, 182M, 192, 193, 194, 198, 199, 240, 241, 242, 243W/G, 246, 249, 251, 252, 254, 255, 257, 405 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) SMRT – 172, 178, 180, 187 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) Arriving by Train: Boon Lay MRT - EW27 on the East West Line continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
09:30 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
09:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Roasted Char Siew Rice Roasted Chicken Rice
Review (11)
Level2 2014-12-02
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Visited Lai Lai Kitchen on a weekday afternoon during lunch time. The place was crowded due to the timing and it was difficult to find seats. Took about 15 minutes to queue and get the food. The noodles were delicious and but slightly more expensive than food court. The char siew and wanton were not too bad. Nice ambience but a little too packed.Overall, I like the wanton noodles but not worth the trip due to the price and location.  continue reading
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Level3 2014-02-07
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I paid my visit during a weekend lunch at jurong point branch. It is a Taiwanese style restaurant. The place was fully crowded and the opening dining place might make you feel uncomfortable as the people passing by might look at you eating.The food was quite ordinary and standard. The service was ok. But their drinks were good and they offered good range of choices which I was impressed.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-14
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There was a number of food stalls named Lai Lai in Jurong Point Shopping Mall. There was Lai Lai Curry at Kopitiam foodcourt, Lai Lai Kitchen a standalone roast meat stall and Lai Lai Casual Dining at basement selling Taiwanese food. I wonder are all of them opened by the same boss?I had went to Lai Lai Kitchen which sold roast meat and ordered roasted duck noodles with char siew.The roast duck had very nice tasting skin which was grilled to crispy and there was also a nice layer of fats under the skin. The duck meat tasted well cooked and tender, there was slight five spice powder taste.The char siew tasted good with grilled caramel sweetness on the outer layer. The char siew meat was moist, not dry.The noodles were a slightly soggy, maybe the chef had over cooked it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-12
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Lai Lai Kitchen has been tucked in the far end corner of Jurong Point 1 over these years ever since the mall was in operations. Their roasted delights as well as the noodles were known to be up to the mark. The contemporary designed eating place is cozy and bright with curved ceilings that follow suit to the layout of the building and was installed with sparkling downlights. As Space of Lai Lai is rather limited, the layout was maximized by placing counter table where customers can enjoying looking at the MRT passing by at an elevated seating during the day. While during the night, the panels of the building come in good use, reflecting the lighting thus enhancing the ambiance.We were skeptical on the food availability as only half a roasted duck was left hanging on the display. Fortunately, when asked, the cashier mentioned that the items we wanted was still available. Ordered the Black Sauce Chicken Noodle at $4. Black sauce was sweet and was generously poured in with the springy fine yellow noodles whereas chicken was firm and juicy, yums! Reddish Char Siew on Wanton Mee ($4 Per Plate) was tenderlean to my liking added with 3 wanton bags and some greens stalks. Sauce used was the same and our mains were equally yummy especially with the QQ bite from the noodles!I'm a fan of their braised Chicken Feet ($1 Each) . It's usually one of my orders unless it was sold out! The deep fried chicken feet were braised to infuse flavour thus achieving a succulent texture. Here's a close shot of the chicken Feet. Ho Jiak!Dumplings soup, $5 was filled with about 6 dumplings in a bowl accompanied by some greens. Soup was tasty and lends some hints of peppery taste, however, we all knew that its the magic of MSG behind this. While dumpling skins were smooth and delicate. What's wrapped under it? A lump of minced meat packed with little chunks of chestnut that gives of a crunchy bite with a jelly bite like feeling from the black jew's-ears. To sum up, Lai Lai serves as a convenient place to dine in with a reasonable pricing. Quality and quantity of food in my opinion are the best so far in the mall! The downside I would say that if the restaurant is packed, the walkaway along the aisles are rather narrow and there's no direct route to get out of the restaurant after the meal especially. One more thing to take note is that as Lai Lai Kitchen is located next to a training school, it is best to avoid the peak hours especially when the children are dismissed from their classes with parents waiting at Lai Lai. Be early to to avoid disappointment! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-30
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This was my second time dining at lai lai kitchen. This place serves many local delights such as roasted duck rice, chicken rice and wanton mee. Decided to order a dry wanton mee @ $4. After ordering, you will be given a queue number and will have to collect your food at the counter once your number is being called. As i ordered mine with chili, i thought the noodles will be cooked with the chili, but they actually placed the chili separately, hence i had to mix the noodles and chili myself. This dish tastes quite nice however, the sauce was quite sweet and salty. The char siew meat was quite small and sweet though. continue reading
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