The thought of having Old Town White Coffee's food will never be the same anymore. Good and bad.
Out of the whole booklet of menu, I had the Supreme Javanese Mee while my friend had the Supreme Nasi Lemak.
Ordering is made a breeze by indicating your orders on the slip of paper and pass them to the staff. You will receive a white slip which indicates "This is not a receipt".
The javanese mee, an resemblance of the malay's dish, Mee Rebus was placed on the table after sometime. I was like "whao", impressed by the varieties of toppings on my mee. Printed on the receipt as Set Lunch for $9.50
that comes with a drink. I was curious that why set lunch is still available for dinner. The big difference between Javanese Mee and singapore's usual mee rebus is more on the gravy that mixed with the mee. Javanese Mee's gravy are more towards a lighter side and doesnt taste as gluely as Mee Rebus.
My Javanese mee set comes with a handful portion of sambal cuttlefish, fresh and proportionally cut. Ikan Billis are found in the sambal as well. Tau pok were cripsy and seems to be toasted. Although the term "sambal" may sounds spicy, i had confirmed that it is not hot at all.
The chong pang nasi lemak which I had in Jurong Point yesterday turns out to be a disaster. Well... at least Old Town's is better but still, a disappointment. Condiments were almost identical to Javanese Mee, consisting of sambal cuttlefish, half hard boil egg, few pieces of crackers.
Nasi does not have much fragrance of lemak smell and worst the drumstick is a total disappointment. Overcooked of chicken meat has spoilt the dish. Damage: $10.50.
for a set meal.
Ice Lemon Tea is and Ice Milk Tea comes together with the set. Milk Tea is bland with too much ice and lemon tea is abit sweet.
Staffs are quite on the ball and service
is definitely ok.
Old Town? Perhaps I would reconsider.
With the kind of pricing, I can get a better and quality serving elsewhere.
Date of Visit: Apr 19, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $12(Dinner)Other Ratings: