Eggy. Crisp. Slightly gooey and filled with fresh, plump oysters. In our books, this is everything a good orh jian should be. Even if you don't enjoy oysters, you may just find a lot of joy tucking into this Fried Oyster Omelette ($5). Tastemaker Felicia Sim too is not an oyster fan, but she really enjoyed the eggy mix of gooey starch and super satisfying crispy bits, especially when slathered in the accompanying tangy and spicy chilli sauce. It's an added bonus that this omelette is neither too oily nor sticky. Shiok! Pro tip: Our Tastemakers compared this with Chomp Chomp's Ang Sa La fried oyster, and declared that this is way better.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Felicia Sim