930 Yishun Avenue 2
#02-28 Northpoint City
Singapore 769098

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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Fried Iberico Pork Patty ($6.20) - while it may seem oily, it in fact has a lots of juices when you bite it. Flavorful and savory with a chewy texture.

Self-service eatery: order at counter, food will be served to you. Overall service was ok but seems to be understaffed. The space is quite limited so not recommended for big groups. The variety available here is more suitable to order individual bowls of mains (noodles or rice) with some side dishes to share.

Food also taste a little too salty for my liking. Relatively pricier, which is because of premium ingredients as explained by the staff. (Note: plain rice is $2 per small bowl)

Fried Iberico Pork Patty ($6.20) - while it may seem oily, it in fact has a lots of juices when you bite it. Flavorful and savory.

Crispy Prawn Paste Chicken ($7.20) - normal, had better ones elsewhere. Was also a little dry.

Deep fry Iberico Pork with fried beancurd ($5.20) - combination of fried Taupok was not to my liking as there was not much taste and contents to it since taupok is spongy. Would have been better if pork was stuffed inside rather than topped.

Seasonal vegetables ($5.20) - if you like the taste of lard and garlic, this is for you. Vegetables were blanched well and not over cooked, well coated in lard and garlic too.

Self-service eatery: order at counter, food will be served to you. Overall service was ok but seems to be understaffed. The space is quite limited so not recommended for big groups. The variety available here is more suitable to order individual bowls of mains (noodles or rice) with some side dishes to share.

Food also taste a little too salty for my liking. Relatively pricier, which is because of premium ingredients as explained by the staff. (Note: plain rice is $2 per small bowl)

Iberico Pork Collar Char Siew ($16) - tasty and tender with a hint of smokiness. Must try. No porky taste at all.

Fried Iberico Pork Patty ($6.20) - while it may seem oily, it in fact has a lots of juices when you bite it. Flavorful and savory.

Crispy Prawn Paste Chicken ($7.20) - normal, had better ones elsewhere. Was also a little dry.

Deep fry Iberico Pork with fried beancurd ($5.20) - combination of fried Taupok was not to my liking as there was not much taste and contents to it since taupok is spongy. Would have been better if pork was stuffed inside rather than topped.

Seasonal vegetables ($5.20) - if you like the taste of lard and garlic, this is for you. Vegetables were blanched well and not over cooked, well coated in lard and garlic too.

Self-service eatery: order at counter, food will be served to you. Overall service was ok but seems to be understaffed. The space is quite limited so not recommended for big groups. The variety available here is more suitable to order individual bowls of mains (noodles or rice) with some side dishes to share.

Food also taste a little too salty for my liking. Relatively pricier, which is because of premium ingredients as explained by the staff. (Note: plain rice is $2 per small bowl)

Seasonal vegetables ($5.20) - if you like the taste of lard and garlic, this is for you. Vegetables were blanched well and not over cooked, well coated in lard and garlic too. Small portions though.

Self-service eatery: order at counter, food will be served to you. Overall service was ok but seems to be understaffed. The space is quite limited so not recommended for big groups. The variety available here is more suitable to order individual bowls of mains (noodles or rice) with some side dishes to share.

Food also taste a little too salty for my liking. Relatively pricier, which is because of premium ingredients as explained by the staff. (Note: plain rice is $2 per small bowl)

Iberico Pork Collar Char Siew ($16) - tasty and tender with a hint of smokiness. Must try. No porky taste at all.

Self-service eatery: order at counter, food will be served to you. Overall service was ok but seems to be understaffed. The space is quite limited so not recommended for big groups. The variety available here is more suitable to order individual bowls of mains (noodles or rice) with some side dishes to share.

Food also taste a little too salty for my liking. Relatively pricier, which is because of premium ingredients as explained by the staff. (Note: plain rice is $2 per small bowl)

Delectable sio bak and char siew ($9.90 for the medium bowl), albeit on the pricier side. They use Chestnut pork for their roast pork and you can really tell from the slight sweetness and complete lack of “porky” smell. It just tasted very clean! I wouldn't say the meat is particularly tender, but the skin is really crispy (a MUST for sio bak)

As for their Iberico char siew, I really enjoyed the fat to meat ratio and the flavour of the seasoning. I thought it could be a little more tender as well, but this is definitely above average.

Got some side dishes but they were just alright, can skip.

Overall, I don't think they're the best in Sg (Roast 88 is my go to), but I really appreciate them using more "atas" pork and it really shows in the final product (and price😅)

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