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Har Cheong Kai 鸡-ken Cutlet ($22++) When it comes to food that is a cumulation of various cultures and ideas that sprouted as a result of meandering from the norm (aka fusion food), there is somehow an inevitable formation of a grey area where the dishes become lacklustre and the fusion fails to even occur. Well thankfully, HĒ Bistro and Bar seems to lying comfortably, albeit just inches short of this uncertain area, serving up fusion dishes combining Western cuisine with Singaporean flavours. Their Har Cheong Kai 鸡-ken Cutlet ($22) arrives at the table looking like a simple chicken cutlet meal one can expect from a Western hawker stall, but a first bite of the crispy, golden-brown cutlet released that ever so familiar flavour of prawn paste chicken together with the thin but juicy deboned chicken drumstick meat. Served with a fresh salad, some fries (although written on the menu as criss-cut fries, I received straight-cut fries) and spicy chinchalok which gave a nice contrast of flavours. Their Chilli Crappy Pasta ($22) was however a fair bit of a let-down. The sauce was undesirably diluted and watery to say the least, and little of the actual chilli crab flavour was present. On the other hand, one of the sauces that managed to subdue my attention was the Kopi sauce used in their Kopi Ribeye Steak ($30), which seems to go surprisingly well with the beef given that coffee and meat is of course, a modern classic flavour combination. Suffice to say as a place serving fusion cuisine, there could definitely be more finesse in the execution of the dishes, despite its creative output.
Food Takes Too Long Bitter red (house) wine and food takes too long.. Beer was ok though
For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$30) Impressive Asian fusion dishes and buzzy vibes are why you should jot this spot down for your next group gathering with friends. Photo by Burppler Mayne Lim
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Value-for-money 4-course Sets 👍🏻 Came here for the burpple beyond but got the four-course sets instead! Costs $29 each and after gst and service charge, $34 each!! Definitely much more value-for-money than getting ala carte dishes. I think the sirloin main course itself is alr $33 and the mango sago dessert is $9??? Also, it comes with free flow coffee/tea 😋 There were two choices for the set menu and we got one of each since the min. order was 2. The left column is the Asian Set while on the right is the Western Set. Can’t rmb the fancy names of the dishes so err ya haha 🥡Asian Set🥡 1) Salmon potato ball/cake salad 2) 3 egg spinach soup 3) Braised seafood white bee hoon 4) Mango sago with ice cream 🍴Western Set 🍴 1) Smoked salmon salad 2) Cream of pumpkin 3) Sirloin with asparagus and mashed potato 4) Brownie with ice cream On the whole, the food was enjoyable. The colour of the seafood bee hoon wasn’t what we expected though, a bit too brown right?? But the prawns were large. Also, the medium-well beef was quite bloody so we requested for it to be cooked more but it became well done instead... yeah but it’s ok la the welldone wasn’t too tough or anything! Service is good and ambience not bad, not crowded for a Friday night. Although spending $10/$15+ for a zichar dish like seafood bee hoon may be unusual, u shld give this place a try 🙂
Wok Hei Zi Char Flavorful and soup broth taste was immense. Highly recommended. Used Burpple 1 for 1 and got a really good deal!
All Star Steak ($21) We ordered medium rare but this came almost medium well. Wish the sauce was served on the side as it was rather overpowering. Would recommend the fish over this. Got 1-for-1 here with #BurppleBeyond!
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