110 Pasir Ris Central
Singapore 519641

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07:00am - 10:30pm

07:00am - 10:30pm

07:00am - 10:30pm

07:00am - 10:30pm

07:00am - 10:30pm

07:00am - 10:30pm

07:00am - 10:30pm

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Wanted to get their dory but it was already sold out... Ordered their haddock instead at SGD9

Mediocre at best. Please don’t expect too much from this. The only thing that stood out for me was their huge lemon slice AHHAHA

I should have queued for Wild Olives sia even though it’s an hour long queue...

The price is reasoning and the ingredients are fresh. The owner is very kind. Customers can help to donate for the Low income to have a meal during this covid period.

We ordered our usual, enoki, kangkong, cabbage, quail eggs, beancurd skin, potato, taupok, maggi & fish. The bill came up to $14. At this stall, the auntie will help u to pick ur ingredients so we were shocked when she added 5 quail eggs into our bowl 😱 but the prices were reasonable given the large amount of food she picked for us. We spent about 30 mins queuing & another 30 mins waiting for the food tho bc it was really crowded on a Friday night! We opted for 大辣 & we found that the mala was v nicely seasoned, & had a slight spiciness kick. It got a little bit too oily at the bottom tho but still v affordable. Just not sure if it was worth the wait. Maybe we’ll try their mala fish @ $22 next time!

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We ordered this bc the omu rice looked so good in their menu but we were disappointed to find out that their definition of omu rice is literally just rice wrapped in a fried egg. It wasn’t flowy at all :( chicken katsu was well-seasoned & crispy. Curry just tastes like those u would get @ the jap stall in a kopitiam. Nothing special! There are other things on their menu tho, like teriyaki chicken don @ $5.90, we’ll give that a try next time!

This was really bad. Possibly one of the worst ayam panggangs I have ever had. It was dry, hard and not particularly tasty. Quite pricey too. Only the sambal chilli was nice. I think not just the ayam pang gang, but the chef also pang gang (stop work). Price: $5.50 (minus 50c without rice, add 30c for takeaway)

#halfeatenblog #unclepenyet #chicken #burpple

Even in the midst of the Circuit Breaker, Wild Olives attracts a snaking queue during lunch and dinner hours. By the time I reach, a few minutes after it opened, there is already of about 15 people in line. Singaporeans know where good food is.

Almost every dish is impeccable at Wild Olives, from the Spaghetti Bolognese 🍝 ($5.90) to the Grilled Chicken Chop 🍗 ($5.90). Don’t forget to add on the soup of the day—for just $1, you get a hearty bowl of velvety smooth Mushroom Soup (they occasionally have Pumpkin Soup too). It’s rich and creamy and nothing like the usual canned Campbell-esque soup they serve at Western restaurants.

Seriously the BEST restaurant quality Western food in Singapore at hawker prices.

😋 Watch my video review on YouTube! https://youtu.be/gua5k6agQ04 😋