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Ginger is to die for OK Apr 09, 2013   
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Categories : Hainanese | Chicken Rice

Not all the Hainanese Chicken eateries nowadays service the Ginger sauce, but one thing that makes this place quite special is the Ginger sauce. If only they'd offer to include it when you ordered take out, instead of just the chili sauce.

Recently, the standard feels like it might have gone down. The crowd has also seemed to lessen somewhat. Even if you come in a huge group, they are quite fast in locating you a seat, though they will try their best to have everyone sit together, but be prepared to sit separately.

I always order their Steamed Chicken but I understand that Roast Chicken almost always sells out before the Steamed Chicken. The pieces are in thin juicy pieces, and there's no bones to pick! Good for those that don't want to deal with bones.

Their rice I feel is getting more chewy, I'm not sure if my taste buds have changed or their rice feels slightly uncooked. Their ginger blend is really quite good-- wouldn't mind buying bottles for home consumption, actually.

 
 
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Frog Porridge OK Apr 09, 2013   
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Categories : Coffeeshop | Porridge/Congee

Recommended by my friend who works in Chinatown, this Frog Porridge is along the main road so it's quite easy to spot. Coming out from the MRT at Chinatown, turn right and walk straight and you'll come across this eatery.

We ordered one Claypot Frog to share. It look a while for the food to come, but it come steaming hot! Be sure to order drinks while waiting or consider ordering a side-dish or two from other vendors.

The sauce looks dark in the picture but it's not overly salty. The pieces could have been more tender though, but it could be because the wait was long or because we were hungry, the dish was finished rather quickly!

 
Might want to go there early as the seats are taken up quickly.
 
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Wanton Noodles OK Apr 09, 2013   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Coffeeshop | Chinese Noodles

 
I'm a fan of Wanton noodles. Especially since I've stayed in HK. I was quite pleased with the noodle texture and how relatively Q it is with the way noodles are served in Singapore.

However, the sauce was quite salty and might be heavy on soy sauce. Would have liked a proportion of ketchup inside too.

 
We ordered an additional portion of fried wantons. Wish there was mayo to dip it in cause it felt sort of dry. The soup was rather salty--don't make my mistake of trying to quench your thirst with it

 
The restaurant environment was quite big and it looks to be quite busy. There's a main store and another eating place just across the hall so I could see the foresee quite a busy crowd during peak dining hours. As we were there early, the shop owners set up a table in the hallway and asked if we could eat there. Problem with it was that the cleaning and the bleaching of the floors while we ate probably didn't help in the process of enjoying the food.
 
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Hot plate OK Apr 05, 2013   
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Categories : Restaurant | Steaks and Grills | Kids-Friendly

Was brought here by a friend who said their hot plate dishes were quite good. As the portions looked quite big, didn't quite have a chance to try the other dishes

 
Decided to pamper myself and eat lobster as I normally don't get the chance. I'm not sure how they did it, probably because the lobster had been frozen, the meat was really difficult to take out from the shell and different from the fresh Maine lobsters I had before. It was relatively chewy and I think I sort of gave up on peeling the meat out after a while.

The steak pieces had some tendon on the side and the meat kept on getting stuck in my mouth. I'm usually ok and understanding with different grades of beef, but in the end, I was having trouble cutting and chewing.

According to my friend who introduced the place, it's the first place this happened. So I'm going to give this place the benefit of the doubt in which that day their quality was not up to the standards they are normally at.

 
Friend's dish came with the sausage.
 
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Buffet with the Family OK Apr 05, 2013   
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Categories : International | Hotel | Buffet

 
Sashimi and oysters are given via request. There's no sign out front to indicate what's available. You pretty much have to look at what the person is ordering in front or ask the chef on hand. The slices were decent, but I wouldn't say fantastic

The concept here is different from a lot of buffets I've been to. Usually individual stations consists of roasted meats, but there were quite a few individual stations where you had to line up, order, and wait. If it's not convenient for you to walk and stand around, you'd be missing out on some of the food.

 
The pepper crayfish may look very salty in the picture but I'd say it's decently flavorful. The black pepper wasn't too overpowering, however, if you're wearing light colored clothes, you might be concerned that the sauce may flip up and stain your clothes.

The roast beef was very nice and the chef was very dangerous. Those whom like their steak really well done might have to skip the station

 
The drunken prawns must be quite popular because by the time I got there, there were only a few prawns left swimming in the pool. I guess it's nice to know that your prawns were alive before they were cooked, but you might want to turn away if you don't want to see the shrimp struggling. The soup it was served in had a herbal smell and everyone around me wanted a sip of it.

 
They had several choices of naan here. Between the garlic and the cheese naan, I'd say the cheese naan was pretty nicely done. They also have an assortment of dips you can choose--not a disappointing Naan & Curry station. Also, they had papadum!

 
The highlight of the dessert platter was macaroons. Quite nicely done. Not too sweet, and the flavors were there.

 
I'm not a fan of coconut ice cream, but the coconut and yuzu received the top votes in my party of 10.
 
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