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Uncle Leong is famous for their crabs or seafood. This time we decided to opt for non-seafood. But I must say their Nescafe Pork Ribs is very tasty! They have Guinness Pork Ribs too. We chose our other 1-1 deal : Crispy Milk Granules Chicken. However was a little disappointed as the granules were not nicely done. No oomph when eating this.

A decent portion for two small eaters, the noodles were served with a variety of ingredients such as pork slices, carrots, button mushrooms, green peas, and fried tofu. Overall, the dish tasted similar to generic noodle dishes you would get from a neighbourhood tzechar stall, although it gets plus points for using a more uncommon type of noodle.

The dish consisted of a fried chicken cutlet on a bed of sauce that tasted like a spicy version of sour plum sauce. The “granules” had the texture of tempura crumbs, with a hint of milky fragrance. While not the most flavourful, the chicken was crispy without being dry. Those looking for a stronger-tasting dish might want to opt for the cereal chicken instead.

Touted as a recommended dish, the tofu was soft with a slightly crisp outer coating. It was topped with minced meat that tasted just like chopped up charsiew, and bits of preserved vegetables added a nice crunch. The portion was on the smaller side but definitely worth it with 1-for-1 main dish offer!

This dish was the star of the meal, especially with most of them being just mediocre. Sauce was creamy, buttery, and tasty. Prawns were considerably big, coated with what is salted egg batter I believe. I wish they had put some chilli padi to add a kick of spiciness like what other places often do, but with their own style, this dish was still pretty spectacular in its own right. For the portion and price though, it is pretty expensive. Wished it was bigger😂

This dish was actually pretty delightful. Served first, the skin was crispy and not too thick, and the pork ribs were pretty meaty too. The skin had a subtle sweetness and great flavour, although I do not understand how it is Guinness pork ribs as there wasn’t much of a very stout/beer flavour. Nonetheless, the flavour still worked out pretty fine so no complaints!

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