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115 Amoy Street
Singapore 069935

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10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

This classic Sichuan dish of La Zi Ji is executed beautifully at BOAF. The meaty chunks of chicken are fried to a crisp perfection and perfumed with the aroma of Sichuan peppercorn and garlic.

The pig's ear is thinly sliced and served with the most wonderfully chewy arrowroot noodles in a refreshing vinegar and chilli oil concoction. One of my favourite dishes at BOAF.

The hiyamugi noodles have a similar texture to somen, and are tossed in a mildly spicy and nutty sauce. The pickled mustard stem gave life to the noodles. The seasoning on the chicken was not to our liking though.

Crispy roasted duck served with mashed potato and pickled vegetables - 7/10

Duck meat was succulent and tender. Mashed potato had a strong potato taste, not super buttery. Pickled vegetables which served as the plate’s decoration was actually a delight to our palate.

Overall, a decent dish but not an outstanding one. Given that the price of the dish, if we come back to the restaurant, we will try out other dishes!


It was such an amazing mixture of flavours in our mouth - minced pork that was so finely fried, with fried baby shrimp, runny egg yolk that when mixed together, made this dish really on point.

For spicy food lovers, they also sell a spicy version at $22.

Will definitely order this again when I’m back!

Like all their other dishes, their desserts are just as nicely plated just like a piece of art work.

We thoroughly enjoyed bubbling onto the various components of this dessert - what seemed to be sponge cake but it was much airier and lighter, shortbread cookie pieces, a small portion of something sweet and cold - we think it’s ice cream and the swirl of white stuff that seems like something to cleanse our palate first before digging into the dessert. Clearly, we should have took greater note of the dessert components on the menu before ordering. But yea! This was interesting. Will be back to try other desserts!