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Introduction
QQ Rice has their own self-compounded mixed grains, with rice rolls that come with more than 20 varieties of especially made delicious stuffing. The customers may also select their own choices of stuffing to accommodate their tastes. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.qqrice.sg
Signature Dishes
Mixed Grain Rice Ball Purple Rice Ball Wheat Germ Brown Rice Ball
Review (1)
Level4 2014-10-05
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QQ rice wrap is a good grab-and-go meal option. It is fuss-free and filling so if one wishes to lunch at the office desk, it is nice to have a freshly prepared oblong rice parcel customised to individual tastes and preferences. QQ rice parcels are priced from $4.50 each with a choice of rice type and any five toppings from a wide variety of vegetables and meat. Beverages are priced from $1 with any rice purchase. This makes QQ a pricier meal than a regular burger meal which costs from $4 to $5 at BK and McDonalds respectively. But healthier food usually costs more. There are three HPB-recommended 'healthier choice' vegetarian rice balls that cost $4.80 each but customers can't choose their rice and fillings. I picked this as there was an on-going 10% off promotion on these three items at $4.30 nett for each. Here is a cross section photo of the vegetarian rice parcel I bought. The fixed fillings in my rice parcel were broccoli florets, straggly stems of green veg (without any leaves), stewed peanuts that tasted like canned food, vegetarian meat floss and a miserly pinch of mock meat (瓜仔肉). The staff who assembled my rice ball was probably a newcomer as she dared not put more than a teaspoonful of each topping on the rice; it was also not compact with the rice grains and fillings dropping out when I bit into it,  something that does not happen often. The rice ball was warm and moist but it was bland and tasteless. Next time I shall stick to the regular DIY rice balls so that I can pick my favourite grains and fillings. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)