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12 Science Drive 2
NUS Science Canteen
Singapore 117549

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Wednesday:
07:00am - 07:30pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 07:30pm

Friday:
07:00am - 07:30pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 07:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
07:00am - 07:30pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 07:30pm

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Actually came for the claypot chicken rice but apparently it’s only available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays! Ended up getting the Quadruple Treasures Rice which apparently comes with two braised chicken wings, 4 slices of sausage, and 4 slices of smoked duck with an onsen egg. This is served atop a generous helping of brown rice (that’s the default - I don’t think they even have white rice as an option).

Overall, the variety in this bowl is amazing for $5. However, for the amount of rice, I felt there was too little sauce. There were parts of the bowl where the brown rice was completely unflavoured. Despite that, having spoonfuls of the rice with the ingredients was pretty good. The meats were tender and well seasoned overall. Perhaps more vegetables would make for a healthier dish more in line with NUS’s push for healthier food choices, but it’s already value for money as it is.

*Li Ji is FavePay-friendly!

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I can always count on Li Ji for a decently strong cup of caffeine while still indulging my love for HK Yuan Yang. The ratio of milk tea to coffee is well balanced, and it’s also not too sweet. Much more affordable than a cup at Starbucks, Jewel Coffee or CBTL, and also arguably more effective.

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Li Ji has been our cheaper coffee alternative to CBTL & Starbucks on days that we really need some stronger coffee and Nescafé just isn’t cutting it. I always go for the Yuan Yang here, which is a nice balance of milky Hong Kong tea and coffee. It’s not too bitter nor sweet in my opinion at the regular sugar level, but you can always request for less or even no sugar if you prefer.

The Chee Cheong Fun set at Li Ji is only available at certain times (I believe they don’t serve it during lunch hour), but it’s the perfect set for tea time around 3-4pm. Opted for the prawn filling this round! For $4, this set is quite value for money. There are a handful of prawns nestled in the rice rolls, and although the rice rolls aren’t the thinnest, they are still passably soft and not overly thick. The sauce is fragrant and not too salty either. The vegetables used in the Chee Cheong Fun tend to be a little bitter, but the sauce does a good job of covering it up.

*Li Ji is GrabPay and DBS PayLah! friendly!

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