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Overrated Chicken Rice Cry Oct 25, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chicken Rice

 

 
Although Loy Kee Chicken Rice & Porridge is recommended by several celebrities, I feel that this stall at Whampoa Drive over-rated. The most important element of chicken rice is the rice but it is not fragrant and wet. The mixture of sesame and light soya sauce sauce that they drizzle on top of the chicken was oily and too salty. Also, the chili tasted different and weird, not to my liking. Kind of disappointed with their Chicken Rice.
 
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Inexpensive Japanese Food!  OK Oct 24, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Hawker Centre

Teriyaki Salmon

Teriyaki Salmon

 
If you are bored with local food, at Old Airport Road Food Centre you can also find Japanese food. Victor's Japanese Delights offers Japanese Food at inexpensive food centre price! The queue is relatively short compared to others. I ordered the Teriyaki Salmon bowl which comes with a complementary miso soup. The salmon slice is fairly thick but it was not overcooked and moisture is retained. Most importantly it does not have the fishy smell!
 
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Tori Q Smile Oct 24, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese

 
Set A

Set A

 
If you want to get your Japanese yakitori fix in a fast way, try Tori-Q! There are numerous outlet island wide and can be easily located by its clear glass see through kitchen and yakitori display. I ordered a Set A at $5.80 which consists of 2 chicken sticks, 1 chicken ball stick, 1 pork stick, rice, some purple pickles and a dash of seaweed on top of the rice. The yakitori is dipped into a black sweet and salted sauce before placing them on top of the seaweed bed. The portion is just right and the sauce complements the yakitori. The yakitori is cooked perfectly, soft and juicy, with a little scorched at the side.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Set A
 
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Yummy Roasted Meat Smile Oct 24, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Coffeeshop | Roasted Meat

 
Hua Fong Kee Roasted Duck is one of my favorite weekend lunch places. I'll come here whenever I need my roasted meat fix. It is in a coffee shop setting with plentiful of seating areas, however it can be quite crowded during peak hours. To avoid the crowd, try to reach this place during off peak hours. I must say their staff is very friendly. When you are looking at their stall, almost anyone standing outside the stall will ask what you want to order. My all-time favorite is the Char Siew Roasted Pork combination with an additional lu dan and it costs only $3.80. Unlike other roasted meat stall, Hua Fong Kee’s Char Siew is thinly sliced and tender. Their Roasted Pork is crispy and has the savory spice flavor. smile
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Char Siew,Roasted Pork
 
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Korean Cuisine in NUS Smile Oct 22, 2013   
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Categories : Korean | Chinese Soup

 
Finally University Town is ready and it offers an alternative space for people to study, dine and relax. I chance upon The Hwang’s Restaurant which offers Korean cuisine while waiting for love. There is a process in taking orders – firstly: take your cutlery and tray, secondly: choose the can/bottled drinks you like, thirdly: placed your order, subsequently: take some ice or if you prefer dispenser drinks and finally make payment and wait for your food. Each combo comes with two sides, a soup, rice and a hot plate full of BBQ meat of your choice. I order the pork and chicken BBQ combo. The pork is quite dry and tough but the chicken is moist and succulent. There is a lot of seaweed in the soup and it is quite tasty. Will return back to try other items in the menu.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Chicken BBQ
 
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