[CLOSED] Ah Hua Assam (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre)

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335 Smith Street
#02-106 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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From Ah Hua Assam; one of the few stalls that had recently opened its doors at Chinatown Complex Food Centre which place an emphasis on dishes using Assam as a main ingredient — whilst an ingredient that is not a stranger to local tastebuds, it serves as an interesting concept with a strong focus.

Going for this item, one would get themselves rice that is drenched in a generous helping of Assam gravy, a serving of either Chap Chye or Curry Vegetable (we opted for the latter), and Omelette. We also went for an additional Ngoh Hiang at a top-up of $1.50. Going straight for the chicken leg, the chicken leg was reasonably tender and succulent; came pretty tart and a little spicy from the mix of Tamarind juice and sambal — the rice also drenched in a rather similar tasting gravy that was pretty bright, refreshing and gives the taste buds a slight spicy kick that should do fine with those who have moderate tolerance to spiciness. The curry vegetables were cooked till soft; pretty fragrant and carried the spices and coconut-y aroma well without being dilute, while the home-made Ngoh Hiang is well-packed with meat filling and chestnuts for a meaty crunch without crumbling into a mess. No doubt the presentation is a tad messy (not that I would have done any better, nor expected more considering this is off a Hawker stall), but somewhere to check out for those who really love Assam as an ingredient — a stall that is certainly unique and worth checking out for how they are pulling off Assam-based dishes fairly well.

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I love assam but I usually have them with seafood like fish or prawns. I have not heard of assam chicken before hence I decided to try their signature assam chicken set ($4.50) which comprised of a chicken drumstick, two pieces of omelette and a portion of chap chye with rice.
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