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243 Holland Avenue
Singapore 278977

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Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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However, if you are staying nearby you can opt for pick-up as well. In addition to these bento sets, their regular ala carte menu is also available for takeaway or delivery, and you can enjoy a 15% off now if you order them. For the full menu, you can check out www.fullofluck.com.

There are a total of 5 value bento sets for this purpose and each is priced affordably at $13.90. All sets include the base of egg fried rice, golden sand corn or salted egg fish skin and seasonal vegetables. For the mains, you can get to choose kung pao chicken, sweet & sour pork, honey glazed char siew, hakka kurobuta pork or braised beancurd with mushroom. Additionally, each set comes with a choice of beverage and you can choose from lychee oolong to raspberry pu er cold brew and homemade lemon barley.
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📍Full of Luck Restaurant
243 Holland Avenue, Singapore 278977

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However, if you are staying nearby you can opt for pick-up as well. In addition to these bento sets, their regular ala carte menu is also available for takeaway or delivery, and you can enjoy a 15% off now if you order them. For the full menu, you can check out www.fullofluck.com.

There are a total of 5 value bento sets for this purpose and each is priced affordably at $13.90. All sets include the base of egg fried rice, golden sand corn or salted egg fish skin and seasonal vegetables. For the mains, you can get to choose kung pao chicken, sweet & sour pork, honey glazed char siew, hakka kurobuta pork or braised beancurd with mushroom. Additionally, each set comes with a choice of beverage and you can choose from lychee oolong to raspberry pu er cold brew and homemade lemon barley.
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📍Full of Luck Restaurant
243 Holland Avenue, Singapore 278977

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You can choose from 5 different bento set, each at [$13.90]. Inclusive in the bento box are:
Egg Fried Rice, Golden Sand Corns or Salted Egg Fish Skin and Seasonal Vegetables. Comes with drinks too!

Bentos comes from Set A to E.
- Sweet and Sour Pork
- Signature Honey Glazed Char Siew
- Hakka Kurobuta Pork
- Braised Beancurd with Mushroom Set
- Kung Pao Chicken

They are offering 15% for all self-pick-up or delivery for ala-carte menu.
Island-wide free delivery available too with min order $100 (or $12 delivery fees with no min. order)

Swipe to the last photo for the menu.

1-for-1 main at @fulloflucksg
Through @entertainersg app
Limited to dishes below S$18++.. ..
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Chicken Poached Rice in Collagen Broth 胶原鸡汤鸡丝泡饭 (S$16++)
Love the crispy rice. Serving was kind of small.

Stewed Fish Noodles with Seafood 海鲜焖鱼茸麵 (S$16++)
Love the texture of the smooth noodles.

Full of Luck
Address 🏡 : 243 Holland Avenue, Singapore 🇸🇬 278 977
Open ⏰ : 11am - 11pm
Note 📝 : due to the ongoing virus, need to take temperature, leave name and contact number at the restaurant

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This dish is dessert level sweet. Not even exaggerating, the exterior is literally layer of bruleed sugar, with a corresponding crunch. The texture of the meat was good, not Melt in your mouth tender but there's a slight snappiness and it's more fat than lean. V unhealthy, not for everyone. I found it too sweet too, not rlly a savoury dish to pair w rice anymore. Honestly it might be more fitting if it goes on top of ice as a dessert, instead of rice.

Btw for reservation, if u indicate youre ordering it, you cant change the number of portions once u actl reach the restaurant

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They use sweet vinegar which was what gave the dish a vinegar pungence(which i liked) but without too much sourness.

It's a very restaurant style dish, with a good piece of meat that's cooked well(v slightly stringy, tho super tender) and glazed. The sauce had a nice dark flavour, while the sweetness and sourness took a back stage. Not that i didnt like it, it's just losing some of that rustic charm, the blatant strong flavours that make u want to clean up the entire plate and down a bowl of rice.

I guess part Of it is the nostalgia, tho i wouldnt recommend this if you're trying to experience this dish, which is rustic, for the first time. If you're looking for a roast item that's different from the usual, then this rendition is perfect

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