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Introduction
Play Kitchen is co-owned by Mediacorp artiste, Ben Yeo. Play Kitchen creates Asian inspired pasta, such as Smoked Duck Breast Penne, Black Pepper Sirloin Aglio Oilio Spaghetti and Special Hee Bee Clams with Spaghetti. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Play-kitchen/483935921674835?fref=ts
Signature Dishes
Black Pepper Sirloin Aglio Oilio Spaghetti Smoked Duck Breast Penne Special Hee Bee Clams with Spaghetti
Review (7)
Level4 2014-12-09
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I had the smoked duck breast penne with fresh vegetables in thai sauce for $7.90. The sauce tasted sweet and did not really tasted like thai sauce. The smoked duck breast was quite tender and flavourful but there were not many inside. It would be better if the pasta was less oily. It was sufficiently flavoured though. I also added a chicken wing which was on promotion. The chicken wing was quite oily but nicely grilled. Waiting time was quite long as there's always a queue at this stall. continue reading
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Mediacorp’s famous artist, Ben Yeo was running his pasta business. My impression towards him was naughty and cheerful, Play Kitchen was the most suitable name ever. Offering restaurant standard yet at food court price, all their food item pictures looked tantalizing. The portion was all right, decent taste with springy texture. Seafood was fresh from ocean, great refreshing savour. Hot and spicy for my liking, entire was a finely stir-mix. Definitely a healthier choice, it used Olive oil for the base seasoning. The price was reasonable at $6.90, I get extra 10% discount upon using Kopitiam Member Card to pay. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-16
45 views
Finally got to tried the pasta here after seeing quite positive online reviews, when I happened to be at the Jurong area last weekend. The Suckling Chicken Steak with Aglio Olio ($8.90) would be nicer if the skin of the chicken can really be like its name, to be something like the suckling pig, thin and crispy. However, mine isnt that crispy, if it can be crispier, it would be great! I love the aglio olio sphagetti, very flavourful and tasty! The Laksa Prawn spaghetti ($7.90) is a pasta with a local flavour. A fusion of two cuisine styles, the laksa taste is rich and appetitising. Thumbs up! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-07
18 views
While out buying dinner, i decided to try the spaghetti from Play Kitchen, which is co founded by Ben Yeo (the actor-host).I got the Sambal Belachan Grilled Fish with Aglio Olio Spaghetti ($8.90, with additionally $0.30 for takeaway).Anyway they have this fancy box for takeaways. As you can see, they were quite generous giving two slices of grilled fish at the side. Frankly speaking i had high expectations but the fish wasn't that nice and it was quite hard. Both the fish and the spaghetti are quite dry. The sambal belachan is also placed at the side but i am sure if you eat there, its placed atop the fish.I had say i would give this stall another chance and try their carbonara spaghetti next time but definitely avoiding their aglio olio. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-15
18 views
Play Kitchen is one of the new tenants that had moved into the food court and having opened only 3 weeks ago. Opened by MediaCorp actor Ben Yeo and collaborating with Chef Kelvin Chua who used to run the now defunct Cafe Indulge at The Cathay.Chicken Mushroom Pesto Spaghetti ($6.90) is probably the in-between of the not-so-adventurous and adventurous pastas. The Pesto sauce here is not as nutty as it would from other places, as it uses a pretty heavy cream base. It also is pretty garlicky, which gave it a really nice aroma which is reminiscent of Cafe Indulge’s pastas as well. The chicken is tender and very juicy and fragrant; also similar to Cafe Indulge’s version as well. The mushrooms add an earthy taste to the dish and the pasta is cooked just right, retaining the springiness of the noodles.For the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2013/08/05/play-kitchen-kopitiam-jurong-point/ continue reading
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