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349 Jurong East Avenue 1
Singapore 600349

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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Kai Xiang’s signature fried eggs with oysters is pricier than the usuals at $10 for just the smallest portion, but it’s bound to impress - look at them plump oysters!! There were 17 of them & yes, I counted HAHAHA. Unlike the more common starchy oyster omelettes, they only serve this full-eggs version. The omelette had nice crispy edges and was well seasoned, while the oysters were creamy and briny. It’s a great side for sharing! It’s also available at $14 and $18 for the medium and large portions.


Actually ordered their Anchovies Fried Rice but was served this instead. It was a decent plate in a sizeable portion, though a teeny bit under seasoned. Bigger portions are available at $8 and $12.


Loved the crispy skin and juicy meat, but it wasn’t as strong in its prawn paste flavour. It’s also available in bigger portions at $14 and $18!


A must-order at Kai xiang's. The other must-order is the prawn ngoh hiang (Hei Zhou in hokkien).

This dish wasn't on the menu but my friend had a craving and they were more than willing to change the original salt and pepper squid to salted egg squid for us. It's interesting to note that while it seems that the salted egg trend is slowly fading locally, it's still a hot thing in the region.

Very subtle salted egg flavor was my first impression of this. It's not the creamy salted egg taste that one would expect which sometimes might get too jelak, but for this it was more of a touch of the flavour coating the deep fried batter. I personally would prefer it to be slightly stronger, though in this case felt less sinful.

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So we actually came across reviews by fellow Burpplers on this oyster omelette at Kai Xiang that led us salivating, thus the decision to validate it tonight.

Indeed, when the omelette was served, I was astounded by the juicy, plump oysters that were laid on top of the omelette. Can't even wait to finishing counting how many oysters there were and I started the attack. The oysters were fresh, and bursts outrightly when bitten. Some oysters have a dirty taste when they aren't that fresh, but the ones here are a little creamy and briny. Not overly fishy too.

The omelette was fried purely using eggs and there was no starch added. I actually prefer to eat this without starch because I feel that the gooeyness of starch sometimes affects the texture and flavour of the dish overall. The omelette was minimally greasy but instead pretty fluffy, and not soggy like some that could absorb water from the oysters.

I would be more than willing to pay this price for an oyster omelette like this, than for those that costs around half of this price but what you get is an omelette with tiny oysters. It's definitely a hidden gem!