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1 Bukit Batok Central Link
#01-01/36 West Mall
Singapore 658713

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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Ordered their Chicken Cutlet Curry Rice ($4.30) takeaway (+ $0.20).

The Chicken Cutlet has the right ratio of batter and chicken. The curry is great too and only downside is that I want to have more of the sauce. They gave lots of rice which is enough to fill a big eater like me.

However, one of the thing they need to improve on is the cabbage. The cabbage is kind of hard which I would expect it to be softer. If they are able to cook it longer, it would be great.

For a midweek local crave, Encik Tan is the way to guarantee solid satisfaction a reasonable prices. The proportion of ingredients to noodles fit nicely for this laksa, with a thick broth that doesn’t border on being too cloying/‘gao’/‘gelat’. If, no, WHEN, you drop by, do try the scissors cut curry chicken rice (looked amazing), and add a dollar for your favourite drink.

Seriously craving for laksa, thank goodness there's Encik Tan at the mall near my home. I always have mine without taugeh and cockles. A little too heavy on the coconut milk, but still managed to soothe my craving.

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Fishball Noodles ($4): Simple yet palatable. The savoury and garlicky chilli sauce provided a kick to the chewy noodles while the scallions gave it a light crunch. Also, the fish balls in the soup were soft and bouncy. However, Bear found the soup to be bland and tasteless when I thought it was actually flavourful enough. This bowl of noodles was actually pretty legit despite the absence of fried pork lard, which typically plays an important role in flavouring the base sauce.
Chicken Cutlet Rice ($4.30): The chicken was coated with a crispy exterior, fried to golden perfection and the meat inside was tender. It was accompanied by typical sides of a Hainanese curry rice dish, soft braised cabbage (chap chye) and a fried egg. The curry was decent but there was nothing more to shout about as I thought it lacked a little depth in flavour. Also, the quantity of curry given seemed to only cover the top of the rice mound, leaving the rice below still pristine and white - something that will absolutely not happen in an authentic Hainanese Curry Rice stall. Otherwise, this is guaranteed to fill you up quite a bit with the generous portion.
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