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Don’t Worry , You Won’t Have Any Problem! Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.
2d
Glutinous Rice Balls In Chinese Wine ($8++): Interesting Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.
11m
Shredded Cucumber ($12++) Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.
2d
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Cái Po Egg Radish Cake ($16.20++) One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.
23h
Poached Spinach With Too Much Soup But The Soup Is Excellent ($14.80++) One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.
23h
Rice In Superior Fish Broth ($13.50++) One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.
2d
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Tang GUI Duck 💗So much @fook.kin Love for the food here! Their Roasted Duck, Roast meat and Crispy Lotus Root Chips were the highlights for me. Great Company, Great Food- it can’t get any better yeah💗 . some of the food we had: ▪️Roasted Tang Gui Duck- Love this. The duck was so tender and the sauce was delicious ▪️Salted Egg Lotus Root- Crispy and seriously addictive! I Couldn’t stop myself from munching on them ▪️Char Siew and Sio Bak- their speciality! ▪️Dry Chilli Chicken ▪️Mee Pok ▪️Triple Happiness Tofu ▪️Crispy Squid ▪️Two way Kai lan . 111 Killiney Road Singapore 239550 ( Opens 11.30am- 9.30pm)
Sheryl
1w
[Fook Kin] - Two Way Kai Lan ($9.80) is delightful with a portion of fried finely chopped Kai Lan. It tasted a lot like kale, and I find it really moreish with the floss topping. . find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/10/fook-kin-killiney-road-heavenly-char.html . Fook Kin 福劲 111 Killiney Road Singapore 239550 Tel: +65 67373488 Nearest MRT: Somerset (NS Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1130am - 930pm
SG
4w
[Fook Kin] - Caramelised Char Siew ($6.80), that I find unbeatable. It had a sweet, smokey charred exterior that behaved almost like the caramelised sugar crust of a creme brulee. A very subtle crack as I took a bite and the meat encased within was delicious with its fats nicely broken down. Its texture was impressive, like a perfectly seared Waygu beef steak. Even when picking up the thicker cuts, they were just as good. . As for the Golden Crackling Siew Yoke ($6.50), the cracking was excellent, and the meat was tender, but a fattier cut would have made it even more satisfying. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/10/fook-kin-killiney-road-heavenly-char.html . Fook Kin 福劲 111 Killiney Road Singapore 239550 Tel: +65 67373488 Nearest MRT: Somerset (NS Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 1130am - 930pm
SG
9w
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Sumptuous Hotpot Buffet ($34.80++/person) Amazing buffet and dining experience! The staff were very attentive and provided excellent service, especially Mr Jie. We celebrated a birthday so they gave us a private room that was decorated with birthday balloons. We ordered the laksa soup base (very rich and too thick after awhile) which was recommended by the restaurant, as well as the tomato soup broth. You can even order other side dishes like fried mantou and prawn paste chicken wings which were really delicious! The buffet also comes with sauces that you can mix and match; while some extra drinks or soup bases require an additional top up. Finally, we were served pumpkin dessert to end our meal. It was overall a very pleasant dining experience - good food, clean place (it’s very new too since it was opened not too long ago), friendly staff so it’s definitely worth a visit!
Ian
19w
Buffet Came for their steamboat buffet and was ecstatic when I saw the tray of meat come for me 😍 layered on a specially designed tray, it is then placed over the steamboat pot, forming that beautiful sight in my photo. ⁣⁣what started off as a really convenient way of eating soon turned out to be a mess because as you start ordering more ingredients, they came on plates and the table simply didn’t allow for more space (or because we were gluttons and ordered too much) soup wise, I felt that the tomato broth wasn’t as thick and fragrant as compared to other steamboat ppaces. Worth a second visit since it was pretty value for money! Senior citizens get discounted price too, so bring your folks along! ⁣⁣⁣⁣
Alicia
37w
Hotpot gathers people together on a single pot and cook their own meats and vegetables. What’s your favourite soup broth? My bias goes to Hai Xian Lao’s Prawn Soup 😋
Rachel
1y
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It’s A Shell Game Like the charcoal fish head steamboat that preceded this baked garlic crab dish, the crab was a simple dish with few ingredients. It was all a cunning plan though, as the natural sweetness of the fresh crabs was allowed to hog the limelight. The subtle garlic aromas greatly aided in accentuating the flavour of the succulent crab flesh, and it was certainly a delicious break from the tradition of having crabs laden down with a sapid sauce of some kind. This garlic baked crab might just be Healthier Choice certified, but don’t quote me on that.⠀ ⠀ Thanks @veronicaphua for inviting me, and @newubin for the hospitality!
Russell
15h
New Ubin Seafood This place used to be one of my favourite tze char place when they were still at sin min industrial. Was so happy that they recently moved near me and so i went down to try with few friends. Personally, I felt that standard has dropped. Steak served cold and not as fantastic. The fried rice however, is still addictive. The lala hokkien me has deteriorated much. Overall quite disappointing.
Machiato
1d
I’m On A Boat When we first sipped the light broth of New Ubin charcoal fish head steamboat, it was a definite step down from all the stunningly sapid dishes that preceded it. However, hindsight led us to realise that New Ubin were making a 300 iq play by serving the steamboat towards the end of the meal loaded with fantastic flavours. ⠀ ⠀ It was a nice, gentle coming down from the heady highs of the Black Angus steak & the deadly sinful foie gras. The fish was eminently fresh & tender, and the veg in the soup lent their sweetness to the broth. It served to wash all the delicious greasiness of the preceding courses down very well, and assuaged most of our gluttonous guilt from the delish dishes.⠀ ⠀ Thanks @veronicaphua for inviting me, and @newubin for the hospitality!
Russell
14h
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Not Your Ordinary Sichuan Mala Chicken ($18). Not a signature dish on the menu but it was surely unordinary with the spicy fried chicken that was extremely addictive! Stir-fried with Sichuan chili peppers, kang kong tempura, bean paste, garlic, ginger and peanuts. Fine balance between the heat spiciness and numbness. Each piece of chicken was chunky, juicy and ridiculously crispy. Happy that they didn’t leave out the peanuts! Interesting to see a kang kong tempura for the first time, although there wasn’t any strong flavour.
Miss Ha
4h
Trufflin’ Dumplings ($12). Chefs at Mimi seem to favour truffle quite a little as you can spot several signature truffle dishes on the menu. For this particular one, black truffle Kurobuta pork potstickers encased in squid ink dumpling skin. As I bit off the skin, the earthy truffle aroma came through from the marinated tender pork meat. Pan-fried till crispy with a thin, crackling crisp skirt that falls apart easily.
Miss Ha
1w
Garden Of Mushrooms ($15). As its name suggests, this steamed dish was creatively constructed into a garden of mushrooms literally. A medley of char siew (barbecued pork) buns that were painted with cocoa powder to look just like mushrooms and the white fluffy steamed buns served on Oreos crumbs as soil. The staff recommended that we eat this quickly before the buns hardened. While the presentation really caught my attention, the taste was ordinary. In fact, steamed buns with crushed Oreo just didn’t seem to go hand-in-hand. It’s not like you could mop up the Oreo crumbs with the buns. It was plain dry.
Miss Ha
1w
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