Enchanted Buffalo Bites

$9.90 ยท 4 Reviews

Overall, their food is really nice! We had big breakfast, mushroom aglio olio, buffalo bites and truffle fries! Not forgetting all their interesting sorcerer drink! ๐Ÿ˜† I would love to go back there and try other stuff on the menu again!
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One of the new additions to the Rangoon Cafe stretch, Enchanted Cafe definitely delivers what its name suggests, at least decor-wise: think fairy lights, bookcases with books that hint at ancient spells, and artfully mismatched chairs. Its food, while not quite in line with its decor, offers some tasty dishes. We really enjoyed the Enchanted Buffalo Bites ($9.90), a basket of popcorn chicken that featured crisp, tasty batter, tender meat and a pretty good homemade buffalo sauce on the side. The delicious-sounding Lu Rou Burger ($17.90) was unfortunately sold out by the time we arrived at 4pm on a Sunday, so we went with the Ngoh Hiang Burger ($18.90). They are a little heavy handed on the Chinese spices, but the meat patty is studded with chestnut cubes and really juicy. The accompanying scrambled eggs, however, stole the show โ€” they were creamy, light and really velvety on the tongue. Skip the overly sweet Ondeh Ondeh ($5.90) drink and go instead for a complex Long Black ($5.50). Brewed using single origin beans from Brazil, the coffee is full-bodied with a bittersweet finish.
Avg price: $25 per person
Photo by Burppler Lewis Tan

My favourite here is surprisingly these popcorn chicken bites. The batter is flavourful and crisp, the chicken is tender and the accompanying homemade BBQ sauce is pretty good!

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