S-11 (Ang Mo Kio 711)

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Ang Mo Kio

~$5/pax

Established since 1993, S11 takes pride in selecting a good mix of cuisine ranging from appetizers to main course, drinks and snacks for each outlet.
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711 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8
#01-3501
Singapore 560711

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Wednesday:
12:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
12:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
12:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
12:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
12:00am - 12:00am

Monday:
12:00am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
12:00am - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

Located at Ang mo kio S11 -BBQ seafood. Ordered all Small but generous portion!
BBQ sambal stingray, 2 big slices and sauce was what i like - Spicy and flavourful. Lala was big and fresh. Finally the correct sauce, have been finding nice spicy clams. Hint of spiciness and sweet after taste, not sandy too. Most shells have lala meat, finally lol. Chuk Chuk, i have tried very bitter ones or they use some kind of sweet and sticky sauce but still can’t cover the bitterness. Over here it was fresh and not as bitter! Last but not least Kai lan, sadly many leaves have holes or turned black.. they could pick better ones haha. But all of the dishes here go so well with white rice. sorry but goodbye bedok 85. 😂

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planned to whack $20 per pax but i guess i was too noob. the set up of the selection phase only allows one person to take the ingredients at any given time. so if there's a joker who's choosing his/her ingredients like choosing a lifetime partner. good luck to u. loved the intestines and pork belly. and if you want maggie, u need to order from the stall holder. opted for medium spicy today but felt weak. maybe i will go for big spicy next time during the weekend. so i can be on standby to run toilet. ok. tmi. 8 per pax. #malaxiangguo #ggwp #heigous #burpple #sgfood

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To be able to find this hidden western stall in this relatively big coffee shop requires some effort. But when you find it, you will probably think it's worth it!

Chose the salted egg chicken chop because it's one of the more "novel" creations besides the usual items that you will find in a western stall. Guess the salted egg trend is still ongoing.

That piece of meat presented right in front of me was even bigger than 2 of my palms combined, can you imagine! It's sturdy, with a crispy deep-fried bread crumb exterior on a piece of tender chicken. Eat it as you coat the meat with the salted egg yolk sauce that's splattered over, it's really a good combination of 2 strong flavours. The salted egg yolk sauce is creamy and dense, although it's not that salty and powdery. But I am not complaining because it went well with the savoriness of the chicken meat, especially when the oiliness from deep frying comes into play. I could also taste the egg yolk bits in the sauce. What's more, there were also curry leaves and chili padi in the sauce for that spicy fragrance. The only slight thing if I would have to pick on, is the chicken might have been over-fried. The crumbs were a little too dark coloured.

At $7.50, other than this gigantic chicken cutlet, there's also a piece of toasted crispy baguette, french fries, coleslaw and baked beans on the side. Really worth it, easily feeds 2.

Just found out online that the original stall owner has moved out some time ago. But I guess, trying it out without knowing any background of the stall does help in giving honest opinion.

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