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Lam's Kitchen (Race Course Road)

312 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
Lam’s Culinary is a family enterprise that has been operating in Singapore's F&B scene since 1975. Over the years, our business has always been about creating quality and unique flavours to satisfy our customer's appetite, hence “True flavor comes from the heart" is our motto! From famous local and overseas celebrities to the everyday food lover, this ideal has earned us countless loyal customers who even till today, still recognize Lam’ s as a reputable brand for Chinese cuisines Our main products include our unique signature noodles and salt baked chicken products. From introducing the “Mini Wok Noodle” in 1995 to being the first person to bring abalone dishes into the coffee shops, Ah Lam has established himself as one of the pioneers in Singapore’s F&B industry.

460 Race Course Road
Singapore 218700

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Sunday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Fresh chicken.

Not that fantastic I feel.

Shall stick to the noodles when here next time.

Not very filling.

Excellent. Somehow it tastes better here then their other franchises at marina square and waterway point foodcourt.

Everything was good except the abalone, which was quite tough to chew.

Total : $23.70

Taste of food feels very homey.However, we think the portion of the salt baked chicken is a bit high for the size ($13). Maybe we should have tried their noodles with abalone. First time trying salt baked chicken in Singapore so dont have any refernce to compare to. Quite like it but dont think I will return unless its to try their noodles.

Must-try definitely includes their signature abalone noodles and salt-baked chicken, especially the latter with lap cheong rice.
But there’re more to check out here. The fried mackerel and braised chicken feet we had were outstanding. Mackerel was fresh, crispy out and still moist inside; and the chicken feet simply disintegrated in the mouth. And their deep fried crispy flounder was addictively good.
They’ve also innovated with new dishes, such as spaghetti for their abalone noodles or their premium abalone Jeju soups which unfortunately was unavailable when we visited.
With a long history and standing strong, Lam’s our local name that deserves our supports.

Spaghetti cooked in garlic sauce with herbal chicken thigh at SGD8.00. A twist from the usual rice. Chicken meat is tender and spaghetti tastes great.

A bowl of minced meat noodles with a number of sliced mushroom 🍄, some pork slices and one yummy fishball. The noodle is really cooked well (very Q)and sauce is good. It costs SGD4.80.

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