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Kimchi Seafood Pancake ($14) Like how thin and crispy the pancake is with generous chunks of succulent squids and prawns; and lingering flavors of kimchi! Not forgetting the free flow side dishes. Not just 3 or 4 but a whooping 7 varieties! Dishes are decently priced too and sharing portions are generous!
Rachelle
2y
faraway kovan because errand for missus. anywayz, was torn between lola and hansik after searching through burpple app. arguably the ROI (by plates count per meal) is higher because any self-respecting korean restaurant will serve you complimentary banchan fares. so a bigger bang for my bucks right? i know, don't judge. also because after one episodes too many of the korea drama, "let's eat 2". . so beef japchae i did with a very enjoyable light tasting spread of authentic korean banchan. japchae was flavorful but glass noodles short of that chewy shiokness i was hoping for. could be wetter too for that ultimate slurping effect. now am really missing Three Meals A Day in bukit timah. . no matter, will be happy to try their other dishes again at queensway though, not kovan. ha . .
Fabian
3y
japchae ($14) @ hansik, kovan faraway kovan because errand for missus. anywayz, was torn between lola and hansik after searching through burpple app. arguably the ROI (by plates count per meal) is higher because any self-respecting korean restaurant will serve you complimentary banchan fares. so a bigger bang for my bucks right? i know, don't judge. also because after one episodes too many of the korea drama, "let's eat 2". . so beef japchae i did with a very enjoyable light tasting spread of authentic korean banchan. japchae was flavorful but glass noodles short of that chewy shiokness i was hoping for. could be wetter too for that ultimate slurping effect. now am really missing Three Meals A Day in bukit timah. . no matter, will be happy to try their other dishes again at queensway though, not kovan. ha
Fabian
3y
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Hot Buttermilk Chicken I’m back at Chico Loco for dinner as there is a one-for-one deal on Burpple Beyond for mains, sides and drinks😃 The Hot Buttermilk Chicken ($13) is pretty good - the fried chicken is huge, crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. It goes well with the slaw, jalapeño, pickled cucumber and hot sauce mayo between two pillowy toasted sesame buns. The Roast Vegetables ($6) consist of roasted beets, carrots and cauliflower topped with a creamy cashew salsa sauce. Love how wallet-friendly and yummy this is:)
Gladys
2w
Spit-Roasted Chicken My colleague and I decided to pop by Chico Loco for lunch since we have not tried it before. The Chicken Combo Lunch Special comes with spit-roasted chicken ($23 for half, $16 for quarter), coleslaw and a choice of fries or rice. The roasted chicken is surprisingly good - it is flavourful, tender and juicy, and it goes very well with the creamy and slightly acidic Chimichurri yoghurt sauce that we picked from a selection of 5 sauces. The coleslaw consists of green papaya, cabbage, macadamia, mint and chilli, and for some reason, it has a garlicky kick and reminds me of chicken rice. The fries go very well with the spicy chipotle mayo dip as well. We also ordered Chips & Guac ($7) to share, which came with a generous portion of guacamole. Overall, the atmosphere of the fast-casual Mexican restaurant is great, the food is good and the prices are reasonable. Till the next visit!
Gladys
2w
Hot Mexican Mocha One of my fav versions of mocha ever bc this is a real unique rendition of the drink 🤩!! Slightly spicy n v chocolatey, I rly love the balance of flavours n gotta say Chico is pretty generous w the amt of dranks too. Would order again
Victoria
4w
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Superior Prawn Mee Pok Noodles (SGD $19) @ Izy Fook. Think of this like a fusion of bak chor mee and Hokkien mee; with soft chewy mee pok egg noodles in a gravy of rich prawn stock, having bold sweet savoury salty flavour. . Garnished with tender minced pork, fresh bouncy deshelled tiger prawns, crisp sakura ebi / river shrimp, a wobbly soft onsen egg half, and crunchy fried shallots. . There's supposed to be lup cheong / dried Chinese pork sausage according to the menu, but we didn't have any in our serving. . Still, this was a delicious, filling bowl of noodles, pure comfort flavours. . . . Izy Fook More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1w
Cold Capellini Noodles (SGD $15) @ Izy Fook. This has to be eaten quickly, lest it gets clumpy. . The thin silky strands of capellini / angel hair pasta noodles are served chilled, in a creamy gravy blend of coconut cream, salted egg yolk, and truffle oil, giving this a bright floral earthy nutty sweet salty savoury flavour. . Paired with briny salty juicy globules of flying fish roe and crisp micro-greens, this was refreshing and appetizing. . So good. . . . Izy Fook More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1w
Izy House Salad (SGD $12) @ Izy Fook. This visually looks like a fresh garden salad, but tastes exactly like a Singaporean Chinese rojak salad, just without the dark fermented shrimp gravy. . This is achieved through the use of calamansi juice, laksa flower, and galangal. . The medley of fruits and vegetables (lettuce, chard, baby spinach, pickled cucumber, red onions, pineapple, starfruit, cherry tomato) are fresh and juicy sweet, but the dressing lends a depth of tangy sharp sour earthy spice flavour. . Interesting combination, and I love that it helps open the palate. . . . Izy Fook More details in profile & blog
Ivan
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