111 Woodlands Street 13
Singapore 730111

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Ordered this through GrabFood. The chicken meat was tender and I didn’t have much difficulty slicing through it despite using those plastic fork and knife. But as expected, the fries were soggy already 😐. Overall, it was still pretty decent for something that was delivered in 30mins 👍.

$6.50 chicken chop, a must try for Bobby's delicacy. Chicken chop was well cooked and flavour on point. Would prefer the corn to be on the cob though. But thats personal preference.

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$6.50 for the portion. Not bad for a coffeeshop standard. The onion rings were not done up well though. It was quite dry and tough. The coleslaw was good. Do try if you are around the area!

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($6.50) choose your sides - I ordered sweet corn and sauteed potatoes. This piece was well fried, crispy on the outside while the fish remains tender and juicy on the inside!

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If you are looking for some affordable western food in kopitiam atmosphere, this is probably the you could go. It is just a ten minutes walk from Woodlands MRT Station.

Just like my grilled dory fish, which comes with 2 side dishes for only $6.50! You also can opt for rice or pasta. Student meal available!

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Hadn't been visiting Bobby's Delicacy for a while despite it being in Woodlands — remembered how good their Grilled Dory Fish was and decided to go for it again, and it didn't disappoint.

The Fish was grilled to perfection with a nice, crisp crust that formed on its exterior while soaking in that buttery, garlicky goodness that is spiced up with paprika powder. Each main comes with a choice of two sides — opted for the coleslaw that was cold and gave a creamy, refreshing crunch while the onion rings are that sort of thickly battered ones that they used to serve up back then; not a bad thing especially if one is used to it. Still quite good for a coffeeshop western stall!

(PS: quite surprised to have found an Anson Town branch at the same coffeeshop here; definitely going to check that out some time soon!)