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Oriental-Spiced Chicken ($14) One of the two weekly specials is the oriental sliced chicken which consists of Spiced chicken thigh with Greek yogurt slaw on a homemade brioche bun. Lowe had me at Greek yogurt. I jumped at this weekly special, and it delivered. The slightly tangy creamy purple cabbage slaw paired really well with the soft chicken thigh that was marinated with a sort of peanut satay sauce. This, atop Lowef’s fluffy and buttery brioche bun was a match made in heaven. I recommend ditching the utensils and just getting your hands dirty or else the chicken and slaw’s going to start falling out all over the place. There’s a choice of salad or corn chips on the side. If you like salads, Lowef’s is fantastic. Super crisp greens with a lightly tangy olive oil dressing. I wish they’d make this a regular item rather than a weekly special cos it’s so good!
Melissa
7w
Fudge Drop Cookies (2 Pcs For $1) These small chocolatey treats are the very opposite of dry, crunchy cookies. They’re soft and fudgey, it’s almost akin to biting into a brownie. Very yummy, affordable, and the portion isn’t too big for a little indulgence too.
Melissa
8w
The Best Brioche...Ever A signage at the entrance promoted this dish: Eggstastic Brioche - Home made brioche and creamy scrambled egg. Our expectations were raised, we ordered, and we were not disappointed. In fact, we were mind blown, how can such a simple dish taste so good! Served warm and lightly toasted, the brioche was fluffy soft and it is so buttery! The free range organic eggs were also soft, light and fluffy and it goes so well with the broiche. Feel free to add on other ingredients such as bacon and cheese. Price: $6 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Rule
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Old School Hawker Food Ordered curry vegetable, fried egg and pork chop with loads of curry n black sauce. The stall helper even caution that the curry vege was spicy. Indeed spicy. Damage was $4.10. Not many dishes as I was early to avoid lunch crowd.😅. My take is just so so.
Lilian
5w
A Timelessly Delicious Sloppiness. I don’t think I am wrong to say Hainanese Curry Rice is the messiest hawker food around. But at the same time, that is what makes it instantly recognisable to most Chinese Singaporeans. Whatever you pick from the few dishes on display, unless it has a distinct shape (like my piece of fried fish), inevitably becomes indistinguishable once the signature curry gravy and dark braising sauce are poured over. I am honestly, not one for gravy-drenched rice but will make an exception for this hawker food because well, what’s the point of eating it otherwise. So when my dad and I visited “Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice” in Tiong Bahru recently for lunch, I gave a nod to aunty’s raised brow and poised ladle. She swiftly drenched our plates in their signature coconut milk-rich, slightly sweetish curry, followed by a chaser of braising sauce. We were satisfied with our lunch and I was pleased to see the deepfried pork chop is as resolutely crunchy as ever, standing up to the flood of curry like a champion. The steamed egg was lovely but it would have been better if I could have had a fried egg. There’s nothing quite like a runny yolk, don’t you agree? 😊
Veronica
6w
Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice Jiak peng lo! We tend to only eat the scissors curry rice at Potong Pasir but we decided to try out Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice at Seng Poh Road this time! Although their curry is not as viscous compared to the one we usually eat, every single dish is delicious. Their pork chop is a must order! This place is extremely packed during mealtimes so be prepared to queue.
Eatwhatah
8w
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