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[Chico Loco] - Love the refreshing and colourful flavours in the Somtum inspired Chicoslaw ($6) which caught my attention the moment I set my eyes on the menu. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/chico-loco-amoy-street-new-concept-by.html . Chico Loco 102 Amoy Street Singapore 069922 Tel: +65 97387828 (Whatsapp Only) Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer (DT Line), Tanjong Pagar (EW Line) Opening Hours Mon-Thu: 8am - 10pm Fri: 8am - 12midnight Sat: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Sun)
SG
7h
Not The Best Chicken Spit-roasted chicken: Slightly disappointing. There was a lot of hype around this but the chicken is extremely average. Chicken itself had very little flavour, and the sauces (at $2 each) were not the best complement to it. Got this with burpple beyond so it was ~$12 (without charging for sauces). Without burpple, it’s $17+, which isn’t worth.
Nikhita
3d
[Chico Loco] - Chico Loco also offers Dry Rubbed Lamb Shoulder (125g for $12/250g for $23) as well, which is less commonly offered elsewhere. What we had was excellent in terms of its flavours, but the texture was a tad mushy. I reckon it goes better in their Lamb Burrito ($16), which is a better option for a quick lunch. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/chico-loco-amoy-street-new-concept-by.html . Chico Loco 102 Amoy Street Singapore 069922 Tel: +65 97387828 (Whatsapp Only) Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer (DT Line), Tanjong Pagar (EW Line) Opening Hours Mon-Thu: 8am - 10pm Fri: 8am - 12midnight Sat: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Sun)
SG
1w
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🎶Right from the START~ You were a thief, you stole my heart~🎶 Looking to START your meal light at Strangers’ Reunion? Their Snapper Ceviche ($13.90++) will fit the bill. ✅ Featuring a mix of firm cubes of snapper cured in lime juice, creamy avocado, aromatic cilantro, crunchy red onions & shaved fennel, this will surely whet your appetite. 😋😋😋 . Like the tangy zest from the lime juice which perfectly masked any remnants of fishy taste or smell of the raw snapper, & got my saliva gland into an active mode. 🤤🤤🤤 The crunchy cucumbers also rendered a good crunch - I topped mine with the soft & creamy mix of ceviche before popping it into my mouth, just like cheese on crackers. 💕 . Definitely a light & refreshing starter! 👍🏻 Never mind if you can’t get the pronunciation right - just use the universal sign language of pointing & you’ll do just fine! 😉
serene
1w
Avocado Toast ($16.90), Truffle Fries ($13.90) Beautifully plated, had very high hopes for the toast! While the avocado cubes were thick and fresh, the sourdough toast was a bit of a letdown because it was so tough (felt like it was a few days old?) Enjoyed the sweetness from the nuts that cut through the tartiness of the cheese. The truffle fries were crisp and yummy, came with a truffle dip that was addictive!!! And the bowl is deceivingly small, it felt like a never ending mound, so worth I guess!
Natalie
1w
Roasted Cauliflower Salad I keep seeing this dish in menus everywhere. Roasted Cauliflower with yogurt, with mediterranean elements. This rendition was not bad, but not that memorable. Added a sausage which looks out of place haha.
Katherine
2w
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Barranmundi ($23) This place specialises in seafood and therefore fish is one of their must trys! The barranmundi is fresh, firm and flaky, which ia great. Portions are quite small so be prepared to order a starter (&maybe even a drink, the bar there is awesome as well!)
Yan Xuan
6h
Canto Grouper ($26++) The first thing that came up to our mind was "the broth tasted like what I usually cook at home". No, that's not meant to be self-praising or criticising the chefs. I understand that the whole concept of this dish is to make you feel at home. But of course, the main highlight is the uber fresh pearl grouper (the staff informed us that they gave us an upgrade as they ran out of the usual fish, so you can ask them when ordering). The fish was nothing short of awesome. The flesh was firm and thick, with a distinct layer of fats beneath the skin. The lala was also sweet and fresh. The whole dish might not impress us as much as the pasta we had during our previous visit, but it's a fail-proof comfort dish.
Irene
5d
Smoked Fish Pate ($16++) The smooth sea bass pate carried smokey notes, but I personally felt the flavour could get a tad one-dimensional after your second piece of bread. The grilled sourdough, which was procured from Mother Dough Bakery, was great and buttery which is probably why the pate was only lightly seasoned. The cherry cardamom jam was a nice addition if you want to have some contrasting flavours for your tastebuds. Overall, I prefer a stronger flavour from the pate itself, perhaps because I'm so used to eating chicken liver pate that is rich in flavour.
Irene
5d
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