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[CLOSED] Paradise Gastronomy (The Bencoolen)

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180 Bencoolen Street
#01-03
Singapore 189646

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So which Cafe or Restaurant are your No.1 Best Lu Rou Fan in your heart?
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Please kindly comment below and let me know! Cause we want to try 😋😋😋
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And so @paradise_gastronomy Lu Rou Fan tasted so Local & even if it doesnt have the taste of Taiwan, fret not cause you are in Singapore now! So it definitely can earn a smile from your belly❤

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Hailing from Taiwan, this Lu rou fan from Paradise Gastronomy had braised meat, preserved vege and one boiled egg. I bought it home for late lunch and it was still good. Not a lot of gravy, which made the rice a bit dry. The rice was on the soft side. I didn’t like the meat fat ratio. Too fatty. And there were random pcs of pork skin. Quite jelat after a while. Would have been nice if the meat were bigger pcs for more chew. They diced it quite fine. The vege provided a nice crunch. Also got fried shallots which I liked.

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From Paradise Gastronomy. This was part of the $6 set consisting of Lu Rou Fan and fried chicken. Chicken was very average. The mayo sauce had a sourish taste almost like plum sauce so it tasted a bit weird.

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Nestled at The Bencoolen, @paradise_gastronomy serves up numerous authentic Taiwanese dishes such as Chicken Cutlet bento sets and Braised Pork Rice!
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Signatures would definitely be their Lor Bak Rice where Succulent braised minced pork covers the rice, served with Taiwanese pickled vegetables and topped with a braised egg.
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Another item will be their chicken cutlet bento set which looks aesthetically pleasing and mouthwatering, especially when the crackling sound was heard upon every bite of the crispy chicken!
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Good for individuals and groups, Affordable and reasonable portions!
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Where to Dine:
180 ThIs Bencoolen .
Thanks @paradise_gastronomy For the food and hosting!
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Ordered Oyster Mee Sua and Lu Rou Fan (Braised Pork rice) for around $5 each. Generous with oysters but wished there was more pork. Pearls in the Bubble Milk Tea was too hard and not chewy. Recommend to try the fried squid!

Was intending to lunch at another stall nearby but the lack of comfortable seats and the pure sight of Lor Bak Rice on the banner outside of the eatery made us dine here instead. Paradise Gastronomy at The Bencoolen serves Taiwanese fare, including Oyster Mee Sua, simple bento sets as well as Taiwanese snacks such as the Sesame Crispy Chicken.

The version here may not be quite as mind-blowing as my favourites (which happens to be Scorch and Eat 3 Bowls), but the bowl here still proves to be satisfying for the folks who work around the area. While the braised meat wasn't quite as chunky as what I would have expected, it's still pretty tender considering they used diced pork belly that's slow-cooked. There's enough sauce and pork to go around the entire bowl, and the sauce was immensely flavourful and savoury; a good balance especially when had with the crunchy pickles at the side that gives an adequately sourness that cleanses the tastebuds. What was particularly interesting with this bowl was how they seemed to have included fried shallots with the braised pork to provide a crunch — something that makes it texturally different from other Lor Bak bowls out there.

PS: the lady that served us seemed to take a lot of pride in the food they have to offer and is pretty friendly given how she is making trips round the eatery to engage with the patrons — she gave us quite a few suggestions on how to have the Lor Bak Rice, including having it with their Chili and giving everything a good mix before digging in. The zingy chili that seem to somewhat resemble those that come with Oyster Mee Sua indeed gives the Lor Bak Rice a flavour burst; not too spicy, yet very uplifting!

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