[CLOSED] J's Wok & Grill (Tampines)

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~$15/pax
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300 Tampines Avenue 5
#01-01A NTUC Income
Singapore 529653

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From the Burpple community

Happy to have finally tried this eatery that I've heard about for so long and probably a familiar place for eastsiders. The à la carte menu is only available at Income building, Tampines. Their original location in Bedok has been converted to a wedding and events space.

This seems like a popular place for gatherings and celebrations. During our lunch, there were two other big groups of diners, one having a team lunch and another group celebrating a colleague's promotion I think. Having both asian and western cuisine means it's more likely everyone can have something that they like. Prayer space is also available.

Do check their FB page for the menu and ongoing promotions (there is a lot! I also dunno how to summarize it all)

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The soup is nice but would've been better if it was more thick and rich. The garlic bread was delicious. Second time this week for me having good garlic bread. Is it because I love carbs and carbs love me?

On a side note, I don't know why restaurants love using obnoxiously large serving plates like that. It takes up so much space on the dining table, and I can't imagine how you store a whole stack of it in the kitchen. If the aim is to impress, just use dining ware in a pretty colour or pattern. Space saving and more instaworty!

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A very hearty sauce of minced beef, tomato, herbs and a hint of spiciness. It's almost as good as my mum's bolognese! Really worth it for the price.

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My mum ordered this because loves pasta in aglio olio style. It's comfortably spicy and easy to eat. I was happy to see her enjoying her lunch. God knows parents have the hardest job in the world.

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By the time my dad's dish arrived, the table was so full and there's no space to move plates around, so I couldn't get a good shot of his meal. Here's a pic taken from their FB page for reference. The pic shows the pineapple fried rice option which looks good too.

Dad loved the fragrant and crispy chicken, and happily cut a few pieces for everyone to try. Actually there was a lot of 'food distribution' happening, just to make sure that everyone got to sample all the dishes. That's the best part of eating with family, amirite?

They did warn us earlier that their plates are huge and offered to seat us at a bigger table, but we wanted to be in a cosy booth for four people by the window.

Huge serving with lots of prawns, squid and fishcake. It's refreshing to have this 'white' version which is lighter on the soy sauce but still packs so much flavour. My family members kept helping themselves to my dish lol, but there was plenty to go around.

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