63A Lengkok Bahru
#01-378
Singapore 151063

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

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A food place that seems like a drinks place - that's how I would describe Abundance. The food is storied, but they're like bar food and get overshadowed by the booze. We were a little late and most food was sold out, so paid $4 for 斋鹅 hahaha.

A food place that seems like a drinks place - that's how I would describe Abundance. The food is storied, but they're like bar food and get overshadowed by the booze. We were a little late and most food was sold out, but this dish was superb. A thick layer of prawn on. thin and crispy toast. Not only was the prawn delicious, the whole square was fried well. I can't identify the sauce but it's equal to the toast haha.

[Abundance]
Located near Redhill MRT, Abundance offers Taiwanese food, and their Crispy Chicken Bun ($7.50) comes with Fried Chicken Thigh, Papaya Slaw, and Peanut Butter Thai sauce. It does sound like a pretty weird one, but the flavours do come together pretty well - the papaya slaw provides a slightly juicy/ refreshing and tangy flavour to the chicken, making it an enjoyable snack overall.

Overall Rating: 8/10

[Abundance]
Located near Redhill MRT, Abundance offers Taiwan food, including the famous Taiwan Peanut Ice-cream Roll ($6), which comes with vanilla icecream, roasted peanuts, cilantro. Definitely reminds me of what you'll get in Taiwan, except we do not have that same cold winter weather to prevent the ice-cream from melting really quickly. Loved the combination of flavours, although I opted for cilantro to be removed as I'm not a fan of it.

Overall Rating: 8/10

Visited the new Abundance at Lengkok Bahru over the weekend — the fun, Asian fusion neighbourhood bar is situated just a couple of units away from Maison Sucree at a HDB block just a short walking distance from Redhill MRT Station.

A bit bummed by how the buns weren’t out when we went for lunch service (was told that they were only available for dinner during our visit), but found ourselves going for the Niu Yolk Fried Rice which was recommended to us by the staff. Featuring elements such as Beef Short Rib, Onsen Egg and Beef Fat over the Din Tai Fung-style egg fried rice that they attempt to serve over here.

Digging into the bowl of rice; the portion of which works great for two to share, and especially so for those who are looking to share at least a side, we noticed how the rice here seems a tad too moist for our liking — perhaps an attempt to achieve that fluffy texture of egg fried rice that was slightly overdone in this case. But otherwise, the rice was actually rather flavourful; wafts of an eggy fragrance that perfumes throughout the entire bowl. We were actually more impressed with the beef short ribs — the portioning of which may be a little small if one is attempting to share the item with two others just like how we did here, but we loved how the beef was absolutely tender and cooked in its own fat; not particularly gamey, but so melt-in-the-mouth good and savoury especially considering how marbled the meat was. The Onsen Egg is the crowd pleaser here — runny egg with a molten egg yolk that bursts of a creamy, golden goodness that provides for a silkier touch when one mixes it into the fried rice; talk about all the egg that is going on in here. Folks who prefer not to have beef can also opt for the “Classic” variant, and then go for the various add-ons here — think Crispy Chicken Cutlet, Pork Chop, Prawns, Crab Meat, Fried Beancurd Skin (aka 斋鹅)(!) and Tobiko.

Abundance doesn’t attempt to hide about its identity and character — it is exactly that fun Asian fusion gastrobar and the void deck it sets itself to be; the food here seemingly being of a Chinese/Taiwanese influence. Don’t come by looking for exceptional artisan fare; instead, just something more light-hearted with a playful touch. Whilst the location may seem a tad odd, we do reckon this is a spot that young families around the newer areas of Queenstown and Redhill may love having around — somewhere casual and hip with drinks with the convenience of being in their neighbourhood.

Yes, I’m pissed that Singapore’s going into Lockdown 2: Electric Boogaloo (all you had to do was close the damn borders CJ!). However, I can take comfort in the fact that I finally made time to pay a visit to @a8undance, ‘cause this still new tiny little hole in the wall has some gratifyingly good food.⠀

Sure, at $11.90 before ten percent service charge, the XO Fried Rice can seem pricey when compared to a far more popular fried rice merchant, but the moolah I spent was a solid investment. The fluffy, sensually oil slicked short grain rice was well fried & imbued with little eggy bits and tiny shreds of actual crabmeat within. The XO sauce that has been fried with the rice imparts a deep, umami unctuousness to the delightfully carb-y pile. Sure, there isn’t much wok hei in the rice, but the XO sauce makes up for that.⠀

The additional crispy chicken cutlet ($4.50+ additional) alluringly draped on top of the fried rice is amply appetising. The juicy chicken fillet is expertly battered & deep fried with what smells like the ubiquitous Chinese five spice mix, and the crispy skin is undoubtedly delightful. Definitely a worthy add on for a fantastic plate of fried rice.⠀

Abundance is definitely living up to their name, ‘cause there certainly ain’t no lack of delicious dishes on their menu. Better yet, there’s an abundance of comely craft beers on their taps to wash down it all down.

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