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I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! Their western food is often reliable. In this case, the slab of meat was so thick and tender I was concerned it's genetically modified haha.

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I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! There's chicken rice again. The last time I had it here was when their kitchen was down and it was the only food haha. It's a big portion compared to their usual mains. I'm also surprised they used cold chicken, which I prefer.

I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! Their lontong was always good sia. So rich.

I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! This was normal as usual.

I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! This was small but here's free-flow so it's understandable. I loved it. It's nothing special but I love cream pasta and can eat it all day. I ordered three! And smart me separately ordered their half-boiled eggs to beat them in!

I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! I've now tried this dish on separate occasions and the verdict remains. The noodles are smooth, the soup is decent and the fish sucks.

I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! Their kitchen does the simple stuff well and soups are easy enough.

I've come here for years and always gorged myself but never reviewed them! I've now tried this dish on separate occasions and can report you can skip it. The fish was always overcooked, making it seem cheap. G.spa's potato wedges are good though.

I was curious to try out this famous lor mee although I’m not a fan of lor mee. Came to visit Old Airport at Saturday morning 10.30am, queue for 1 hour until I get to enjoy my bowl.

To be honest, the most stand out from this dish is the gravy. They did a good job in making the gravy tasty. So everything it covers become good.
The meat topping was shredded fish meat & thin tiny pork belly.

In my opinions nothing specials other than their gravy. The pork belly was too tiny, you can’t even feel you bite a pork belly. The staff recommend me to order yellow noodle mixed with thin bee hoon. Which I did, but seems yellow noodle alone will do just good. 3 options for the carbo: yellow noodle/bee hoon/kway tiao.

The verdict: although the gravy was tasty I don’t think it worth the queue for 1 hour.

I've come here for years and always gorged myself so I can't believe this is my first post! The mocha is quite good, especially when the spa gets cold.

📍Ru Ji Kitchen

They have 4 outlets in Singapore and the one I tried is from Old Airport Road Food Centre. Expect a queue during lunch time, I waited around 20 minutes.

I ordered the standard meepok dry with chili. The chili has hints of sambal and hae bee hiam, which makes the meepok really fragrant, with a slight sweetness.

Fishballs and fishcake feels handmade, bouncy and juicy. Super decent bowl of fishball noodles considering it is $3 only. Portion might be a bit smaller for bigger-eaters though

Was craving for kaya toast and found Toast Hut at Old Airport. Added an extra giant bun ($1.40) and it was decently fluffy, though a tiny bit sweeter than we would have liked. Toast had a good crunch, but our favourite was the super fragrant teh!

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