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Might even be the most alcoholic lychee martini 🍸.

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This is not the typical satay you will find in any hawkers. Using big chunks of chicken meat cuts, well portioned of fat and lean. These chicken satays come with strong charcoal bbq smokey taste. Raw onion and cucumber on the side to add back some traditions. The peanut sauce was extremely thick and flavourful. Must try!

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Enlightened by this normal looking plate. Big portion of thick hand cut fries, crispy hot when served. Topped with well seasoned chili black bean and minced beef, finishing off with a perfect generous layer of nacho cheese. Heaven combo!!

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German style oven baked pork knuckle that served with tomyam dipping sauce. Yup that’s right. Tomyam it is. Rare but surprisingly well fused ~ crispy skin and firm (yet juicy) muscle meat, comparable to Brotzeit, i would say.

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We have tried this at the Holland V Fat Boy’s outlet, it seems like the recipe differs slightly.

I was more on the cheesy note previously, but this time, they were more generous with other ingredients (mushroom, bell pepper).

$11 for 4 slices.

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First time trying this Spicy Hot drumlets from Fat Boy’s, very generous for the price. 10pcs for $11.50.

The drumlets were well coated with spices and chilli flakes, fried till crispy. I would not say the spiciness level is worth a challenge but nice balance with hint of spiciness and mild tongue-numbing effect afterwards.

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Always going for the Fat Bastard $19.80 (including fries)! The gigantic burger was served with double beef patties, egg, bacon, cheese and onion, all sandwiches in between the sesame bun. The size can be very filling for one, so we decided to half it and share some sides.
At Fat Boy’s, you may choose to build your own burger too, with wide range of selection for buns, patties, toppings and sauces.
Upgrade your complementary Naked fried to any Specialty fries for $3.
Other must tries are hot spicy drumlets and grilled chicken quesadillas.

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Hotdog and cheese wrapping in sliced bread, fried to the perfect golden texture. Patio rolls used to be my favourite from Cuscaden, but its place has been taken over by the highly rated Patio Wings. I can no longer savour the melted cheese layer, more like the taste of an average hotdog bun now - just hotdog and bun.

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Patio wings are always worth coming back for. Reasonably priced: 3pairs of wings&drumlets for $7.90, 6pairs for $11.70 and 12pairs for $22.40. We went straight for the Large portion and finished every bit of it. No thick flour layer and fried to perfect crispiness. Best coupled with complementary fierce chilli sauce for that extra kick.

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Hidden spot at Jalan Kayu with cozy country atmosphere and the owner must be a true aeroplane fan to create such old school layout. Do challenge their buffalo wings at different levels of spiciness. We were humble enough to go for the Level 2, it was more of sweet-bbq than smokey-bbq type. Spiciness at level 2 was very mild. We also ordered the oxtail stew (tender oxtail cooked in peppery base), seafood platter (deep fried dory, prawn, calamari, potato wedges and coleslaw), beef brisket and pulled pork combo (both meat were rather dry and bland) and potato skin (generously loading with cheese but lacking the bacon factor). Total we spent $128 for these 3 mains and 2 sides.

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It was served in individual sliced-ribs, criss-crossing into a tower. Each rib was on average 20-25cm long (huge!!) and comes with substantial of soft bones at the tip, which i would love to chew on if not for my braces. The marinate was not the tony roma or morganfield types, we weren't really a fan. It was a mixture a mild sweet, sour and spicy, nothing really shouts out. On the other hand, the complementary spiced wedges were really great!

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Just recently, we tried the classic pork knuckle from starker, so a good benchmark to have. The knuckle here was served un-cut, having a much better presentation for sure. The skin was roasted to the best crispiness with thick layer of far hidden beneath.. your choice to eat it or remove it. I did the later 😅 but the inner meat was really lean, tender, and well marinated with black pepper! This portion at $39 can easily serve 2.

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