[CLOSED] Hou Yeah Street Kitchen (Golden Mile Food Centre)

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505 Beach Road
#B1-01 Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Trying this relatively new stall at Golden Mile Food Centre — the stall mainly sells Nasi Lemak but this item was one of the slightly more fusion offerings around; Set C comes with fried chicken thigh, fries, cucumber and sunny side-up with sambal served on the side.

Flavour-wise, I did find myself enjoying almost the entire plate; the Chicken was crisp and well marinated whilst succulent and juicy — it carries flavour similar to Indonesian-style fried chicken which seemed to carry a hint of lemongrass yet still savoury. Fries were also decently seasoned with salt for flavor while the sunny side-up had an oozy yolk that burst with a poke from the fork. The sambal comes with a good balance of sweet-savoury especially with the caramalised onions within; in fact, it went pretty well with the fries as a "dip". That being said, the most of the items (especially the fries) felt especially greasy and coated with oil — could probably do with a par with a kitchen towel before seasoning and serving to rid off the excess oil coated on the fries. A stall with some potential especially if they are able to work on the food and refine the processes.

6 Likes

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"Curry" Chicken, achari and ikan with peanut. Everything was made in house. Each component of the dish was super charged with flavors. The food was good but need to be more "refine". .
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This stall just opened up in the basement of Golden Mile offering Nasi Lemak with your favourite choices. It was the 2nd day since they opened when I tried it so they were facing teething issues, but overall a decent plate of Nasi Lemak.

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Hou Yea Street Kitchen (B1-01) just opened on Monday in the basement of Golden Mile Food Center serving up a pretty good/unique rendition of nasi lemak!

They had to prepare a fresh batch of chicken when I made my order, so I got one that was piping hot. Crispy and a generous portion (thigh & drumstick? Yes please!), it was tasty with a slight sourish taste to the batter but the meat wasn't the most tender. What I really loved was the refreshing achar, fish otah with a strong fragrance of kaffir and that peanut & ikan combo that was really toasty and just dam good. I will say their rice and chilli could amp up a bit on the shiok factor though, as the items that binds the whole plate together felt a bit weak but still definitely an enjoyable plate! 😛

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