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Zi Char

Zi Char

Featuring Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup (Kembangan), Wok Master (Westgate), Hong Kong Street Chun Tat Kee (Clementi)
Grow Fat And Huat
Grow Fat And Huat

Coffee was a little too burnt as it tasted bitter. Pork ribs weren’t as meaty and all pieces are small. A little disappointed I would say.

This wasn’t as good as expected. There wasn’t any salted egg taste but just creaminess. The pork was tender nonetheless but has a thick layer of flour on it. Highly recommend their coffee pork ribs instead.

Har Cheong Gao was super crispy and does have the prawn paste fast which other zi char stalls might not have nailed it. Would prefer if they can give bigger or more lime so that it can help to cut through the greasiness.

Salted egg prawns. Prawns were fresh and evenly coated with salted egg. Savoury salted egg gravy made the prawns really tasty.

Peppery honey pork ribs. Pork ribs were meaty however couldn’t really taste the honey. It wasn’t mind blowing.

Premium claypot. Superior claypot filled with fresh prawns, scallops, pacific clams, sea cucumber, fish slices, fish maw and broccoli. Braised in our special stock to perfection.

Was quite shocked that real sliced fish was used as some stores usually used those fried fish found in sliced fish soup stores. The sweet and sour of this dish balances out well and fish was really fresh. Slightly crispy, coated with the gravy and soft on the inside. This is definitely worth the price.

Standard has dropped a little as the coffee taste isn’t as strong as before. It was so subtle that it taste almost identical to normal pork ribs.

This was really good. The gravy had wok hei and was well seasoned. The sliced fishes were really fresh and soft too. They were generous with their portion of spring onions. Will come back again.

Tender beef slices drenched in well seasoned gravy. Beef slices went really well with the sauce and rice. Their rice is fluffy and you could taste every grain unlike some zi char that has mushy rice.

Cheap yet good fried rice that has a slight hint of wok hei. It wasn’t too salty and every spoonful filled with egg. Char siew bits went well with the rice. Personally prefer the darker fried rice to those without soya sauce.

Comfort food on a rainy day. The herbal soup was rich and satisfying. The organs were sweet and fresh but the mee sua was a little too soft for me. 5.5/10

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