Top 10 in Bukit Gombak

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Affordable western fare in the neighbourhood.

The Char-Grilled Chicken ($6.50) was well-seasoned while I wished the Crispy Chicken ($6.50) could be more crispy. The meal came with two sides. I chose the French Fries and it was crispy while the Mexican Cheese Pasta was flavourful.

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Came here twice in a span of a month with @qingxiangsqx! The first time round when we came, the sesame chicken was sold out, so we got some roasted chicken instead. While the chicken was tender despite being roasted, the highlight, however, was the garlic rice! It was so good that you could eat it on its own ◡̈ The prices here were really reasonable too; we had everything in the second picture for under $18.
The second time that we came, we were pleased to find that there were still sesame chicken available ($6.50/half). The skin, with the toasted sesame on it, was really fragrant and was a delight to have. However, the rest of the chicken was lacklustre, if only the sesame flavour could have seep into the meat itself, it would have been great. The char siew here ($5/2 pax) was decent as well. If you like your char siew to be more lean than fat, you will love the ones here. However, this time round, the rice seem to be lacking in its flavour and was a bit bland.

Nonetheless, a good place to try, I must say. Would be back for more ◡̈

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Legit tears of joy rolled down my face and I had to be held back from hopping around excitedly too much - kidding. Taste wise as compared to hong lim’s, really similar! Brothers indeed, but bukit gombak’s ver was a bit drier, and could do with more mushroom sauce and chilli. $4/$5/$6 versions available!

Ordered T bone steak. Portion is sizable and the steak is nice. Love the service and ambience too.

Their kway chap paled in comparison to the other dishes we had but it’s still not too bad - would have really liked a stronger herbal flavour in the broth with silkier kway! The sides of beancurd, mushrooms and more were simmered thoroughly in a slightly sweeter base.


Parents’ fav out of the dishes we had was this! Served bubbling hot in a claypot, the thick laksa broth was rich with a good coconut fragrance. They threw in lots of ingredients here like beansprouts, beans, crispy beancurd, etc., making it quite a filling portion.

Came back several times since the first visit and though the spice level isn’t always that consistent, the flavour is. This mlxg is not cheap (there’s also a minimum of $10 for each bowl), but we figured out that the most value for money option is getting their maggie! We really like the ma la here as it’s fragrant, always fried very thoroughly and not oily. It may be a little too salty for some but just let them know if you’d like less salt or get rice to pair.


3/5 - $12
Not bad in terms of taste. I find it difficult to find really nice salted egg in singapore, but this is not bad. As compared to the one at Far East, 3/5. In general 4/5