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2013-06-22 29 views
I love how Asian delights, such as Penang culture, is located in Changi Airport so that Singaporeans who miss the local food get to have their 'last meal' before they go on board.There is no hint of any traditional ambience in the restaurant, rather, I was quite pleased with the simple infusion of modernity as they didn't 'try too hard' in making the place so much like a Penang hawker food stall but concentrated in making good food.I was disappointed by the portion we were served though.In the m
I was disappointed by the portion we were served though. In the menu, all photos of the food look like they were servings for giants but my heart sank when we were greeted with our erm, appetiser. My family simply took 2 pcs each and the plate was gone. This yam roll was quite expensive though, about $4.50. My dad ordered a plate of black pepper beef, and it costs additional $1 to add rice. The beef is a must-try, its extremely fresh and not fatty. Succulent, as well. This is none other than the traditional prawn mee... only $6.20. Extremely flavourful and cause your tastebuds to come alive! It's not so spicy though. Rated 2 chilli padis on the menu, the Penang Hokkein Prawn Noodle ($6.20) is one of the chef's recommendations. I'd highly recommend it as well because it honestly tasted like I was in Penang eating their noodles. very delicious and they were meticulous in ensuring their meat and egg portion was just right. So this is their only attempt to make us feel like we're in some penang store... using the traditional cup for our milk tea and yuan yang. the drinks cost about $2.50 each!