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Tanjong Pagar Food Guide
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the bread is so crispy even though i had it delivered to me and the taste was really good

I liked the marination of the pork cutlet but the batter was soaked in oil. The add-on of beef and onion slices was cold, came in a small bowl and had a 1/3 beef to 2/3 onions ratio...overpriced for what it is.

Ever a fan of this bowl of goodness! Felt like 40% of it was fish!

We ordered Guinness stout pork ribs ($18), nan ru zha rou ($18), scallop tofu ($18) and one veg ($18). I must say previously the food standard was much better. The nan ru zha rou was quite dry and the pork ribs does not have the chewy ness but way too soft that we don’t quite like it. But the good thing is there is no service charge. Luckily we had 1 for 1 Burpple, but prices seem abit steep if normal price.

Serving was very generous for $7.90 and it is great if you decide to heat it up using the microwave ovens provided!!! :) However, it would have been nice if the karaage chicken were more crispy - it tasted a little soggy ;(

💸: $3

💬: Woah their picture on the signboard is really a bog fucking lie because there was but the smallest portion of duck meat and instead of century egg, i was given 1/8 of a braised egg (oh how i wish i was kidding about the 1/8) &&&& fucking rude China lady who served me & got irritated when i said the wrong number while ordering

but ok all in all, if you just want smthg to slurp down, i'd say this could be an option, because the braised sauce was flavourful and tasted v comforting with warm porridge

Being a vegetarian restaurant, the burger was of course served without a meat patty. The patty was instead made from black beans, potatoes, oats and a spice which imparted a curry flavour to the patty. While it was pretty unique, I felt the beans and potatoes could have been made into a more homogenous patty, and the spices could have been stronger to impart a more powerful kick to the dish. The highlights for me were really the sides of onion rings and fried cauliflowers, which were tasty (and very oily too).

Pretty affordable at $14.80++, and definitely enough to fill your tummy. However, the dish took 35 minutes to be served, which I thought was a tad too long given that the restaurant was barely half-full.

Standard Korean spicy sliced pork which was cooked on a hot plate. Serving was very generous for ~$15 at a Korean restaurant, and it definitely paired very well with the Lengmyeon.