531A Upper Cross Street
#02-52 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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Thursday:
10:30am - 07:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
10:30am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 07:00pm

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Reviews

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The Chicken Chop with Laksa Spaghetti ($8.50) is delicious. The laksa sauce might be a little salty for some but I find it rich and flavourful and it goes well with the al dente spaghetti. The chicken chop is tender and juicy with a little smokey char on top. Finally, a sprinkle of hae bee hiam elevates the umami of the whole dish - love it!

The crispy flakes of hae bee hiam makes the chicken may look dry. Actually, it was quite tender and the portion was rather substantial. The notable part is that under the carpet of the thick chicken is a racy trove of thick laksa sauce and al dente spaghetti. The sauce could do better if it was much less oily and slightly less sweet but it was an indulgent treat nonetheless.

For $10, I suppose this is quite a steal for duck confit. However, the duck was rather dry and not as tender as I hoped even though I had read that this dish is cooked for at least 14 hours.

Granted, I can't comment about the crispiness of the skin because I had this dish takeaway so it was a bit soggy by then. What I can comment is that the mash tasted a bit powdery and the gravy wasn't memorable either. I would still recommend if you're craving for duck, but otherwise I'd go for the laksa pasta.

They gained some exposure recently on the social media, serving western foods in Hong Lim Food Centre.

They have lots of options available and customisable. For $8.50, you get a decent but not really big portion of chicken chop; together with coleslaw and corn. Below it was the mashed potato which pair well with the chicken chop as well.

Mala Shrimp Spaghetti - The noodles were coated in this spicy concoction and came with a medley of shrimps, mushrooms, broccoli and cherry tomatoes.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/eddys/

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Been quite intrigued by Eddy’s No. 1 Western ever since I had come across their social media accounts online — the stall at Hong Lim Complex serves up modern Western cuisine such as Duck Confit at rather affordable prices, with nothing on the menu being priced over $10.

Watching Chef Eddy cook behind the counter is almost like a scene off Hell’s Kitchen — meats on the grill, and pasta in the pan on stove, but everything is well under control seeing how he masterfully “dances” around the kitchen from stove to grill in an organised fashion to get the food out fast and fresh for his patrons — a motto which can be seen on the menu board. The Chicken Chop does come with various combination of carbs, and the Laksa Spaghetti is one which carries a Asian fusion element which some of the items here seem to carry; also labelled as a “best seller” here on the menu. The pasta here comes all al-dente, tossed in a Laksa sauce that is savoury from the rempah spices which seems to be the focal point, whilst coming with a slight creaminess to achieve that “Lemak” feel; the sauce also carries a slight garlicky note — not typical of Laksa but does help to bridge the gap between Laksa and pasta. Being pan-fried on a grill before being flame-torched for a slight smokiness, the Chicken Chop was something that I could definitely have on its own — tasty from the simple marination of salt and pepper, the slab of chicken was tender, juicy and succulent; everything I would have wanted to go with some coleslaw and fries as well.

Considering the price point at $8.50, Eddy’s No. 1 Western is likely to appeal of office workers around Hong Lim Complex and younger audiences alike — serving up modern, almost cafe-esque iterations of Western cuisine that is bound to attract those who are looking for good Western fare that is out of the usual Hainanese-style Western cuisine often seen in coffeeshops and Hawker centres; would love to check out their Duck Confit and Mala Shrimp Spaghetti if I were to drop by in the future!

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