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80 Marine Parade Road
Stall 13/14 Parkway Parade Food Republic
Singapore 449269

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Salted Baked Chicken is a traditional Hakka dish, prepared by encasing the chicken in a bed of salt before being wrapped up like a present, to be unwrapped by you later on. The result is a chicken that's not at all dry, soaked in its juice, where all its essence is being reabsorbed into the tender, succulent chicken. Paired it with a bowl of rice and their tangy chili sauce and it makes for a delightful meal.

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Located in Parkway Parade Food Republic, 80 Marine Parade Rd, Basement 1, Singapore 449269. .
Abalone Noodle, $7. Sumptuous and fulfilling bowl of noodles! Noodles texture is good and springy, soaked in a well mixed gravy. Generous with their ingredients, there’s tons of minced meats, sliced meats, a fried fish ball, half an onsen egg, greens and a stick of abalone chunk/clams! Love how they dip the stick in the abalone gravy before placing on your noodles! We are also addicted to that bowl of soup that’s so flavourful, paired with the noodles!! .
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These were some juicy fishballs and al dente noodles! It was really tender poached pork slices too

Loved the generous crisp lards! 😋

But found the sambal/vinegar sauce mix not SHIOK or piquant enough for a lasting impression


I was pleasantly surprised by the cook of the chicken thigh. Ok, maybe I lowered my expectations thinking that it's an overpriced food republic gimmick. The size of the chicken thigh, though substantial for single portion, was also much smaller than in pictures, so I wasn't looking for wow on my first bite, but it happened.
The texture of the skin was springy like white chicken, but tasty like marinated roast chicken. I found out online that the salt which covers the packed chicken absorbs heat from the oven or bottom of the wok, and dissipates it gradually to ensure the perfect cook without any loss of flavour. That explains the smooth and tender meat which slid down the throat easily. The mixed rice has some lup cheong and cherry tomatoes added, but the wet mushiness leaves much to be desired.
Note that the likelihood of getting a dry throat/major thirst after the meal is high!


Bursting with flavour, this is one juicy piece of chicken. I like having it with my bowl of abalone "mee pok tah". You can order both at the same time because Lam's Salt-baked Chicken and Lam's Abalone Noodles are actually one and the same.

My $6.80 bowl of abalone noodle had three pieces of abalone on a skewer, half of a slightly soft-centred egg (this is on the salty side), a fishball, quite a lot of minced meat and some raw lettuce. The noodles were perfectly cooked and not overly al dente. Tossed in the optimum amount of chilli, pork oil and sauce, they were silky and delicious. Bits of my favourite yummy-yum-yum crispy pork lard upped the tastiness even more.
I am very picky about my "mee pok tah" so when I come across one that is waaaaay above average, I tend to gush about it. Lam's Abalone Noodles has actually been around for a while and has a few branches in Singapore. However, eating it in an air-conditioned food court makes it a lot more enjoyable. Furthermore, this outlet is close to where I live, which is convenient. Eastsiders, take note :)