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等級4 2013-09-12
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Verdun House does have its own fair share of gems (together with the cluster of Jalan Besar eateries!) with Mei Xiang Seafood (or Bee Hiang) Tze Char. The coffee shop here is your standard, dusty by-the-roadside coffeeshop with plastic tables and chairs but we promise you, the food is something worth your every penny.We ordered their special Herbal Chicken ($24) -this is one of the signatures, Oyster Omelette ($8) and a fried Heng Cai (hokkien for spinach but these are of the Indian variety) w garlic for $6. Rice goes for 50c a plate!The vegetable is my favourite -the leaves are still green and crisp even though it's really easy to overcook spinach. There aroma of the oyster sauce and savouriness of the dish is just right. it has a slight tinge of smokiness or wok hei which makes this dish so terribly addictive. The simplicity of the flavours yet the crispness of the vegetable makes this an instant win.The oyster omelette had spring onion and chilli inside, which was a nice touch because it added fragrance to the dish. This omelette is probably one of the less-oily variations of this dish that you'll find at a tze char stall. We did like that it wasn't overly oily and the egg was fluffy too -one drawback was that there was very little oysters and the oysters were slightly overcooked.The thing about the herbal chicken is that the gravy is really thick and to die for. While it doesnt have the heatiness of the ginger, it does have a slightly herbal quality to it. I would have liked the gravy less starchy and more herbal, but for those who aren't accustomed/do not particularly fancy the herbal aroma, you'll enjoy this. The chicken has ample meat and the thigh meat is just so wonderfully tender. The chicken is literally sweet from the stew!Service is not particularly fantastic, the ambience is chill and has a super laidback feel with tables piled with food and beer bottles. This tze char place makes for a perfect chill gathering with friends over reasonably priced food in the Farrer Park area (it's just across City Square Mall!) It has a quality that really reminds you of Bangkok eateries and the nightlife whirs by as you sit back with good food and company. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級4 2012-07-30
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Anyway, I brought my mother to Bee Hiang Seafood in Little India last evening for dinner.Bee Hiang is adjacent to Mustafa Centre and situate in a very busy area. There are a few signature dishes. Herbal Chicken is one of them. They used kampong chicken which is allegedly more tender than those famous. It is deep fried for a few minutes and then stuffed with herbs and mushrooms. It is then wrapped in aluminium foil and put into the oven for 4 - 5 hours. The herbs combined with the essence of the chicken makes the broth sweet and heavely! Most herbal chicken I've tried did not deep fry the chicken before baking it, but I was told that this method retains the juices better.Signature Dishes (Authentic Hokkien Cuisine): Crispy Chicken and Lobster Salad (Seldom find Seafood at Coffeeshop).Conclusion: Too bad I can't find any in Singapore that taste like this coffee shop. I like this and I actually enjoy eating this veg! A local favourite of mine 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2011-05-15
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Here i ordered ginger stiry fry pork meat rice for takeaway to have it as dinner .The portion is okay acceptable i paid about $4 .The waiting time was about 15 minutes which was pretty long i guessas there were alot of people.The rice is fluffy and soft.The pork slice was average, some pieces were slightly tough the sauce drenched on the rice is quite tasty though. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)