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Penang Char Kway Teow ($5.50) Aromatic "wok-hei" permeated the oodles of noodles completely. And because it was relatively grease-free, I hardly felt the twinge of guilt that usually accompanies the act of me falling face first into a plate of "char kway teow". The only thing I would change about this is the beansprouts. They could do with some fattening up.
Veronica
5y
Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun Soup ($4.50) I have walked past here several times at night and it's always full of customers feasting on their steaming hot pots of "Malacca Satay Lok Lok". I haven't tried it for myself so I can't comment but I did have their "Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun Soup" and it was really satisfying. They're generous with the smooth rice noodles - almost too generous in fact. And although the plentiful shredded chicken breast meat was a bit on the stringy side, all was forgiven when I sipped the soup. It was clear but full of flavour, and it had crispy bits of fried pork lard in it! Ok, anything with fried pork lard gets me beaming, so I was immediately nodding my head happily as I sucked up every drop of soup from the bowl. They also have this wonderful spicy chicken rice chilli sauce which went very well with the "hor fun" and shredded chicken. Another plus point is they are open till 2am every single night so I know where to go if I feel like having a healthy supper :)
Veronica
5y
Malacca Satay Lok Lok Located at Tanjong Katong. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Overall the food is just normal... Buffet price about $26.80 per adult..
Tricia
5y
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Homemade Penang Loh Bak Came across the new outpost of Penang Kitchen; with their very original shop space still located within Coronation Plaza along Bukit Timah, they had since opened a second space within Far East Plaza taking over the former premises of Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry (or some may be more familiar with the space being the kitchen area of Kra Pow in its previous shop space). Was really impressed with all the items that we had tried, from the Homemade Lo Bak Go (Carrot Cake) to their Penang Char Kway Teow and their Nasi Goreng Kampong Penang. Being yet another item that is made in-house, the Homemade Penang Loh Bak comes with minced pork wrapped in beancurd sheets. Opting for the portion where 2 rolls are served, patrons can also pick the larger portion which comes with 3 rolls instead. Really liked how the beancurd skin wraps the minced pork so tightly; no loose bits of meat here nor would one find the beancurd skin unravelling and causing the whole Loh Bak to end up in a mess. We also enjoyed how savoury these were without being too greasy; carrying a good bite, these came with chestnuts within the filling for a crunch that gives it varying textures. Dipping them into both the chili and malt provided, my heart lies towards the latter for how the sweetness balances out the savoury flavours — a harmonious combination that would never turn out wrong. Whilst prices here are a little higher (closer to $10 for a main) as compared to the eateries at Level 1 or Level 5, Penang Kitchen still works well for a meal on budget in Orchard; most certainly a place I would return to again for more great Pennag fare.
Xing Wei
16w
Herbal Duck Mee Sua
Alvin
21m
Char Kway Teow
Alvin
2h
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